By T. D. Courtland
Adam Austin had bravely served his country in Afghanistan and now he wanted the seclusion and solitude of the small ranger outpost up on Thunder ridge in order to make the transition back into civilian life. Little did he know that events were transpiring that would bring him face to face with the one thing he detested most, politics.
It came in the form of a stunning blond who resided at 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue. Angelique Monroe detested Washington and all it’s vices, she wanted nothing more than to return to the ranch and horses she loved. Would she survive her encounter with this Montana Man?
What They Are Saying About Montana Man
This novel kept me on the edge of my chair from the first part. I felt as though I was right there, seeing the plane crash, and seeing the only survivor, Angel, and the victims.
I was so engrossed in it. This novel, like the first one, "Run In With the Law" is very well written. It keeps you wanting more!
I must say that, the two novels should be made into a mini series! And maybe in time, they will be..
I think they are going to be best sellers! I give "Montana Man" two thumbs up!!
It is also a very inspirational romance novel. Very tastefully done...
God Bless You, David!
You are an exceptional author!
Theresa (Terri) Carter …