Thursday, September 26, 2013

Book Beginning on Friday September 27, 2013

Book Beginnings on Friday is a meme hosted by Gilion at Rose City Reader. Anyone can participate; just share the opening sentence of your current read, making sure that you include the title and author so others know what you're reading.

From Unforgiven by B. J. Daniels:

"The wind howled down the Crazy Mountains, rocking the pickup as Sheriff Frank Curry pulled to the side of the narrow dirt road.  He hasn't been to this desolate spot in years.  Like a lot of other residents of Beartooth, he avoided coming this way."

I just recently got hooked on B. J. Daniels recently so when Unforgiven  showed up on Amazon Vine Last Harvest I asked for a copy.   This is book one the the Beartooth, Montana series.  I have read book two and three and really liked both.  I am looking forward to reading book one.  

"In Beartooth, Montana, land and family are everything. So when Destry Grant's brother is accused of killing Rylan West's sister, high school sweethearts Destry and Rylan leave their relationship behind in order to help their families recover from tragedy.
Years later, Destry is dedicated to her ranch and making plans for the future. Plans that just might include reuniting with the love of her life…until her brother returns to clear his name and the secrets of the past threaten her one chance at happiness.

Rylan is done denying his feelings for Destry. But when clues begin to link her brush with death to his sister's murder, will discovering the truth finally grant them their chance at love or turn them against one another for good?


Catherine @ Book Club Librarian said...

I love when I find a new series to immerse myself in. Enjoy!

Here's my Friday post:

Anonymous said...

I've never heard of this author, but that sounds intriguing.

Harvee said...

A Montana mystery! Count me in!

Elizabeth said...

Nice post...thanks for sharing and thanks for stopping by my Book Beginnings post earlier.

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Vonnie said...

I wonder why people avoid driving that way.

Thanks for stopping by!

Wendy Lohr said...

Awesome beginning! Why did the residents avoid that spot??? Very intriguing.

Thanks for stopping by my book beginning earlier!

Wendy @ Escape Into Fiction