Can a born and bred mountain girl ever find love with an Eastern tenderfoot? Jonathan Clay won the ragamuffin Caitlyn O'Shaunessy in a game of chance with a Nez Perce, and once he got past her smell, he found a feisty woman who aroused desire like he had never known. Cat would rather face down a mama grizzly than confront her feelings for the blue-eyed southerner who rescued her. Set against the backdrop of the wintry Rocky Mountains, their feelings transform into a passion that just might overcome all obstacles.
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Cody Garret likes everything in its place: horse in the corral, six-gun in his holster, money in the bank. There's no way on earth he can tolerate a woman like Shanna Van Alstyne. Her spirit is as fiery as the blazing sun, a temper to match. Southern manners dictate he has to save her life, but then she's on her own, out of his life. Or…
Jon came to the mountains to escape the betrayal of his fiancée, now his brother's wife and mistress of the plantation Jon should have inherited. If his senses had been clear instead of muddied by alcohol, he never would have made the bet that landed him Smelly Woman with Wolf's Teeth below Belly. Yet once she cleans herself up, her beauty hits him in the gut and stays there…until she opens her mouth. Her butchered English hurts his ears, and the guileless way she acts would cause a scandal back in Virginia, should he even think of taking her home with him.
Cat figures out the tenderfoot has blue eyes…once he stops squinting at her in distaste. He's tall, and big. Too big to fit into the cabin her adopted father Mick left her after he ran afoul of the grizzly. Yet she has no choice if she wants to find her way back to the cabin before winter sets in. She'll give him one thing: he's a good shot, which he proves when he kills the rogue buffalo before it can gore her. Over the winter, maybe she will find a few more good aspects in his favor.
Trana Mae Simmons reaches out with her very first sentence of Mountain Magic and drops the reader deep into the world of wild mountain men and women. Ms. Simmons skillfully throws in just the right touch of excitement, mystery and danger to keep the reader sitting on the edge of her chair, unwilling to put Mountain Magic down until the very last I love you. Genie Romex Review
Mountain Magic is a humorous and touching tale that delves into the often painful trek along the road of self-discovery. Fans of Rebecca Paisley and movies like "The Mountain Men" will enjoy. SENSUAL. Lizabelle Cox, Romantic Times Magazine
Trana Mae Simmons is a best selling historical romance author, who also writes paranormal mysteries and true ghost stories as T. M. Simmons. She already has several e-books up in both names, with more to come.