The Accidental Guardian High Sierra Sweethearts #1 Epub

The Accidental Guardian High Sierra Sweethearts #1 She's the only witness to a wagon train attack Keeping her safe though means his world is about to be turned upside downWhen Trace Riley finds the smoldering ruins of a small wagon train he recognizes an attack by the same group who left him as sole survivor years ago Living off the wilderness since then he's finally carved out a home and started a herd while serving as a self appointed guardian of the trail He'd hoped the days of driving off dangerous men were over but the latest attack shows otherwiseDeborah Harkness saved her younger sister and two toddlers during the attack and now finds herself at the mercy of her rescuer Trace becomes an accidental guardian when he offers the only shelter for miles around and agrees to take them in until they can safely continue their journey His simple bachelor existence never anticipated kids and women in the picture and their arrival is unsettling yet enticingTrace and Deborah find themselves drawing ever closer as they work together to bring justice to the trail and help the group survive the winter but every day closer to spring means a day closer to leaving the mountains forever

10 thoughts on “The Accidental Guardian High Sierra Sweethearts #1

  1. says:

    Just Another Book Bitch's ALWAYS SPOILER FREE REVIEW My first novel by this author and I found it to be a sweet and easy read It carries an innocence about it that would make any grandmother smile Not by first Christian romance But it has been years since I’ve read one I found The Accident

  2. says:

    FTC Disclosure I received this book from Bethany House Publishers I was not reuired to provide a positive review All thoughts are my ownTitle The Accidental GuardianAuthor Mary ConnealySeries High Sierra Sweethearts #1Genre Christian Historical RomanceEra 1800sSetting American WestPublisher

  3. says:

    What on earth did I just read? Rtc

  4. says:

    45 starsWhile this story is a bit different from a normal Mary Connealy book—less humor reflective hero—I really enjoyed it Trace's hesitation with women was endearing and it was cute to see him decide pretty fast that being around Deb was something he needed to keep in his future There ar

  5. says:

    I love Mary Connealy's writing style I was immediately drawn into the story and it was nonstop from there I loved the characters strong Deb with her determination to take the burdens from others motherly Gwen who nurtured everyone around her Trace's protective nature and curiosity and the cowhan

  6. says:

    Sometimes nothing else will do but a Mary Connealy Western Her subtle humour crops up in the most unexpected places and I love that It can be in the midst of dangerous action or a uiet reflective moment or even a tender romantic one and suddenly I find myself laughing out loud Makes reading a Con

  7. says:

    25 stars apparentlyI'm back reviewingThis book was pretty meh for me I really thought about not finishing it actually but I was close enough to the end that I went ahead The ending actually turned out to be the best part of the book so that's what tacked on enough to make 25 and get it that third

  8. says:

    Really liked it Except for that part 😬I loved how this was a fun interesting book and gave the first 12 five stars The last half though got 2 3ish Yuck I do not need those details it made me way too uncomfortable Dislikes Ending was too rushed and Deb and Trace hit hard really fast and it all we

  9. says:

    This was good It didn't have me giggling like some of her others And I didn't uite connect with the characters the way that I did in some of her previous books but I still enjoyed it It was a pretty uick read overall

  10. says:

    I enjoyed this first novel in the beginning of a new series The characters were likable and I appreciated their honesty toward each other Deb and Trace opened up about themselves and their backgrounds as they got to know each other I enjoyed their interactions and the sweet nature of their growing at

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