Review: Wild Montana Skies


        `Wild Montana Skies` is a contemporary action/adventure novel written by author Susan May Warren. Susan Warren has sold over 1 million books. She is the Christy, RITA, and Carol award-winning author of over 45 novels.

        This novel is about: Kacey Fairing, a Search and Rescue helicopter pilot and Ben King is a Country music star. Ian Shaw is one of the wealthiest, eligible, and devastatingly hot bachelors in town. Sierra Rose is Ian's assistant and she is in love with him.

        Ben King sings about beer, women, trucks, and fast living, which is also his life. Some of Ben's music lyrics were used sparingly throughout the novel. I especially liked the lyrics, "When You Need a Friend, a Shoulder You Can Cry On, Someone Who Understands What You're Going Through...." They mean a lot to me because my husband plays the guitar and I imagined him playing the part.

        Ian Shaw is in love with Sierra Rose. However, Sierra knew a secret that may have put his niece, Esme, in danger. Ian lost his wife and only child to hurricane Katrina. Now he may have lost his niece to the wilds of Glacier National Park or as a runaway with her boyfriend. Will the secret ruin Ian's and Sierra's friendship? Will they be able to find Esme? Is she still alive 3 years later?

        I felt sad when Sierra explained about her mom, Blossom. Sometimes called Lilly. Sierra had an unstable childhood and when one of Blossom's boyfriends became a Christian he asked Blossom to marry him. Blossom wanted nothing to do with Christianity, so her boyfriend eventually left. This was another upset to Sierra's childhood. The character Kacey Fairing was her best friend. So that was the link that tied the characters together.

Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this book. All opinions are my own."




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ISBN
9780800727437
Dimensions
5.5 x 8.5
Pub. Date
Oct 2016
SRP
$14.99

   

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