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"A Inspiring Story of Promised Love"

On the run from an abusive husband, Stella needs time in the mountains to collect herself. With the help of photography and the clean mountain air, she is hoping this time to herself will help her to decide her future. After calling her sister to let her know she is okay, Stella heads to the mountains. When something causes her to have an accident, she wakes up in a cabin with a very seductively quiet mountain man. He shows her kindness, and understanding. For he saw the bruises left behind by her husband. He calls to her in ways she doesn't understand. As they draw closer together, Stella can't help but feel this is a dream. Confused by all that is happening around her, Stella must decide if Jack is the man of her dreams, or something more sinister.

The Mountain Man is a nice "quickie" read with an inspriational message that true love can conquer all, if only you believe. If you are looking for a nice, heartfelt read, look no further!

Reviewed by Missy Brown
Posted July 25, 2009

SUMMARY

Running away from an abusive marriage is a bold new beginning for Stella even though she’s uncertain where her decision will lead. When a hellish crimson-eyed hound suddenly appears on the icy road she swerves and crashes.

Waking — injured but alive — she finds herself in a one-roomed cabin with a rugged outdoorsman who tends to her every need. And soon, her every desire. But before long she discovers that the myths of the past are playing out once more and her existence is inescapably interwoven into the horrifying tales about the mysterious man who haunts the mountains, waiting for his love to return.

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Shapeshifters

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The Mountain Man
by Ellen Ashe

Absolute XPress
March 1, 2009
Available: March 25, 2009
ISBN #1894817249
EAN #9781894817240
52 pages
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