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The Woman with No Name Paperback – August 26, 2016
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About the Author
Kelly Nelson graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor's degree. She worked in public accounting for four years before starting a horse-boarding business so she could be more involved in raising her family. An avid book lover, she later decided to pursue a career in writing. Her published novels include the LDS romance Love's Deception, and a young-adult fantasy series called The Keeper's Saga. Kelly resides in Cornelius, Oregon, with her husband, children, and a herd of horses.
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Top Customer Reviews
Colt is on a solo elk hunt in the middle of the mountains and finds an unconscious woman who doesn't remember who she is or how she got there. With no phone, no cell service, and no way off the mountain, these two spent a couple of days hunting the elusive, muy grande elk and getting to know one another. How would it be to have a blank slate before you, as Skye/Lily does? Since she can't remember anything, she can rediscover herself, can't she?
I read to escape, and I love a story that I can throw myself into. I know the general area where this book takes place, so it's easy for me to picture the setting and I loved that. I also love it when characters have to dig deep within themselves as they struggle through trials, life, and decisions. Secondary characters are also an added bonus, especially when I feel strongly about them--I loved some and couldn't stand others and to evoke those feelings is a very good thing. I was fascinated as I read this because I kept waiting for something to happen and to surprise me, but the build up was gradual and it still caught me off guard. This is the type of book that lassoed my attention and didn't let go until the very end. And that ending? Fantastic! Ms. Nelson is definitely an author to keep an eye on!
Content: mild romance (a couple spends a few night together in the mountains, but nothing happens; kissing); very mild violence.
*I received a free copy from the author. All opinions are solely my own and I wasn't compensated for them in any way*
*I received a review copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion which I've shared.
I was immediately hooked on the plot of this book--I liked the beginning of the book even better than the end, but the end was good too. The suspense is perfect, not over the top, and the revealing of the mystery comes in small doses, just enough to keep you reading!
Let me start again. Ooh, that Colton is so swoony. (wait a sec while I fan myself)
I know I should talk about the book but I can't help myself. Colton is the best part of this book so he deserves to be talked about. Colton is, aside from his pretty face, a protector. He is tough and smart and strong. I love the way he took care of the hard things without being a brute.
Yeah, Lily is okay too. :)
I loved the pacing of this book, the characters (obviously) and the setting. I was caught up in the thick of things right from the get go and I love that. Books that get my heart beating just a tad faster than normal make me happy! What a fun diversion this book was. I loved it!
Content: Clean, some mild violence
--I received this book for free. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.
While hunting for elk, Colt finds a woman dressed like she's ready for a day at the office instead of the high mountains of Utah. And she's passed out. And injured. And when she awakes, she can't even remember her name. Things only get worse for the two strangers, but with each page turned, Colt and The Woman With No Name begin to feel less and less like strangers...which might only spell out disaster for them both.
A great read for all who enjoy clean romance and suspense.