Where Eagles Fly by Lisa Norato
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Award-Winning, Western Time Travel Romance

It was supposed to be a simple summer road trip . . . now Shelby McCoy has three weeks to discover why she's been sent back in time on a lonely stretch of Wyoming highway while driving to her sister's dude ranch.  She's welcomed by the original, nineteenth-century ranchers who claim she's their new cook.  A strange letter they possess could be a clue, but unraveling the mystery won't be easy with an ornery cowboy hiding his own secret and thwarting her at every turn.

Cowboy Ruckert St. Cloud isn't happy about her arrival.  He has his reasons, but he also doesn't trust a woman who tramps about in trousers, trying to do a man's work.  He doesn't understand Shelby's sassy talk and unconventional style are products of a future age.  Shelby doesn't know that behind his silent stares and horse-whispering abilities lies a lonely, tortured man.  They're just a couple of misfits, so preoccupied with trying to discover the mystery of each other they forget to guard their hearts.

"A whimsical, time travel romance...with a great, stunning, final twist."
- Harriet Klausner, reviewer

"I LOVED IT! It had me thoroughly engrossed right up until the very end."
- Lynn Jenssen, author of Kate's Courage (Latimer's Legacy series)
 

About Lisa Norato

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A native Rhode Islander, Lisa Norato lives with her family in a historic village with homes and churches dating as far back as the eighteenth century. She finds inspiration in the quaintness of small town life, the changing New England seasons and visits to the nearby seashore. For more about Lisa and her books, please visit her website at www.lisanorato.com.
 
Published January 1, 2012 by Lisa Norato. 334 pages
Genres: Romance, Westerns. Fiction

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