A Touch of Frost (The Cowboys of Colorado)


by: Goodman, Jo
Format: Mass Market Paperback

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Product Description USA Today bestselling author Jo Goodman presents a "sprawling, lusty recreation of life, love, and slowly uncovered secrets*" as a rancher rescues a mysterious young woman with trouble of her trail.RESCUE MEAfter his train is robbed at gunpoint, Remington Frost awakens from a blow to find the bandits gone…along with the woman he was shadowing for protection. No stranger to risk, Remington will do what it takes to bring Phoebe Apple to safety and her kidnappers to justice. But ransoming Phoebe is just the start of trouble… Phoebe is shocked to learn that her mysterious rescuer is none other than Remington Frost, the son of her sister’s new husband. Home at Twin Star Ranch, she falls happily into western life—and cautiously in love with Remington. But danger hides close to home, and their romance illuminates a web of secrets and betrayal that may put the rancher and his intended bride past the point of rescue. * Publisher's Weekly  Review Praise for A Touch of Frost:"Goodman will satisfy fans of historical western romance with this sprawling, lusty recreation of life, love, and slowly uncovered secrets on a Colorado cattle ranch in the spring of 1892. Her fairy-tale Wild West also surrounds the requisite sexy courtship with plenty of rip-roaring action and appealing Colorado scenery."— Publisher's Weekly " A Touch of Frost is the perfect western for romantics. It has grit, spunk, and a lawlessness you’ll appreciate...pure entertainment."—Romance Junkies Praise for the Bestselling Novels of Jo Goodman “Goodman has a well-earned reputation as one of the finest Western romance writers. Her strong plotlines, realistic, colorful backdrops, deep sensuality and engaging characters are only part of her appeal. The winning combination of toughness and tenderness are what enthrall readers.”— RT Book Reviews “This first-rate tale easily measures up to its predecessors and will make readers eager for their next visit to Bitter Springs.”— Publishers Weekly (starred review) “A tender, engaging romance and a dash of risk in a totally compelling read…Gritty, realistic, and laced with humor.”— Library Journal (starred review) “Jo Goodman is a master storyteller and one of the reasons I love historical romance so much.”—The Romance Dish “Fans of Western romance will be thrilled with this delightful addition to Goodman’s strong list.”— Booklist About the Author Jo Goodman is the USA Today bestselling author of numerous romance novels, including The Devil You Know, This Gun for Hire, In Want of a Wife, and True to the Law, and is also a fan of the happily ever after. When not writing, she is a licensed professional counselor working with children and families in West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle. Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Chapter One Frost Falls, Colorado April 1892 "He's got eyes for you. I know about these things, and I'm not wrong about this. Just see if he doesn't." Belatedly, Phoebe Apple's attention was drawn from the window where the landscape passed at a measured, hypnotic speed, to the fellow traveler on her left. "Pardon?" she asked, turning slightly in her seat to address the older woman. There had been precious few words exchanged since they had boarded together in Denver, and Phoebe had a desire to keep it that way. As a rule, she favored conversation, but found it more comfortable when it was going on around her. She offered an apologetic smile. "I'm sorry. Woolgathering. I didn't hear what you said." "I see that plain enough. You've had your nose pressed to that window for the better part of the last hour. Like a beggar at the bake shop." She presented this with a hint of amusement, no reproof. "Deep thoughts, I take it." Phoebe presented a light shrug but made no comment about the depth of her thoughts. She required a moment to recall the woman's name. There had been introductions at the point of taking their seats, but Phoebe found herself strug


Product Code: 9780399584275
ISBN: 0399584277
Publisher: Berkley
Publication Date: 2017-06-06
Number of Pages: 416 pages
Languages: english
Edition: Original
Dimension: 4.09 x 1.18 x 6.69 inches
Shipping Weight: 0.5 pounds