Wind River Refuge by J.M. Anton
Set in the 1970's, Wind River Refuge is the second work of adult fiction from J.M. Anton, and clearly Anton has put plenty of skill and heart into this story. Jax and Garrett are compelling characters who the author steers deftly away from being stereotypes of themselves, and the chemistry between them is almost palpable. And Jax! That girl is funny! With trademark wit and innuendo, she taunts Garrett with her brand of suggestive humor and, simultaneously, becomes the book's winning character. Not to say that Garrett isn't also a great catch; after all, he's a war veteran with a heart of gold. Much of the pleasure from reading Wind River Refuge is derived from watching these two great characters interact with each other and attempt to dispel the dangers lurking in Jax's past. For lovers of romantic or historical fiction, this book comes highly recommended!
This is an excerpt, to fit what is permissible on Amazon, of a 4 star review by Red City Reviews. The complete review may be viewed at their site or on my website.