Jeannie Hudson Ü 2 ReviewLl the characters just leap off the pages I ecommend this book to all who like this genre you won t be disappointed About the BookBehold A Lone Horseman is the enthralling story of a tender and passionate love between a liberated young heroine and a fearless man both caught up in the pursuit of wealth power and artistic achievement in 1876 Colorado Territory Aiden Endicott a dashing Englishman already possesses wealth and influence from his gold mines in Colorado and Dakota Territories but it is his gentle caring insight and worldly perception that captures Regan s heart Yet from the onset their love is threatened by insurmountable obstacles from the past Since she was a child Regan was charmed by her aunt Lareina Charles success as a journalist in the male dominated West and has aspired to her own career in that untamed culture About the AuthorJeannie Hudson grew up on a Mein wildes Geheimnis 03 ranch in Wyoming where herapport with animals was nourished in a country environment After college she became a full time author and sold four suspense novels My Review We are instantly transported to a world full of the pursuit of wealth the promise of a new life and pure bonified Ein Goldfisch räumt auf romance in Jeannie Hudson s latest Behold A Lone Horseman throw in a little dust and we are in the Colorado Territory all over again Regan Townsend decides to take her career on theoad into unsettled territory A place behind the camera is usually a place for men only but she intends on proving to herself and everyone else that she will conuer this feat for all women But falling in love wasn t something she factored in to the whole euation Love out west proved to be adventurous but she and Aiden find out just how much this adventure will cost them I enjoyed the book because there was an adventure on every page The story has well developed characters that jump off the pages A eally great piece of historical fictionDisclosure This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest eview from the author Wonderfully wrought exuisitely atmospheric historical fiction that s tugs at the heartstrings Jeannie Hudson incorporates accurate historical details within her novels so as to create an authentic and vividly The Worst Weather on Earth: A History of Mount Washington Observatory realised backdrop for her interesting characters Full of heartfelt sincerity profundity and beautiful poignancy I won this book from a Goodreads giveawayI have to admit I have not finished this book I became overwhelmingly frustrated when I got to aobbery or attempted because that was when I gave upFor myself I couldn t
believe Regan was passing up a chance to go to China with her aunt I couldn tRegan was passing up a chance to go to China with her aunt I couldn t how long the conversation between Regan and her aunt was the first night Regan came to her aunt s home By that point I was already circling the errors I picked up on which is saying something because my spelling and grammar Are Awful At The awful At the of the conversation I thought Edit edit edit I hadn t A London Home in the 1890s really fallen for the hero yet by th. Er's death when she is seventeen she iseady to take up her uest to The Geology And Landscape Of Santa Barbara County, California, And Its Offshore Islands record for future generations her own collection of historic photographs in the American West Always encouraged and supported by Lareina she accepts her invitation to come live with her in Denver where she can begin her career in earnest As her train from Philadelphia nears Denver she first encounters the darkly handsome Aiden Endicott who uickly captures her heart and imagination The pair fall in love in the midst of titanic change and power struggles in the awakening land Yet their deepeningomance is threatened by the past Regan opens a portrait studio in Lareina's home to finance her future work in the field She is stunned by her immediate success But this triumph is hollow in the face of growing turmoil in her elationship with Aiden He abruptly severs their bond and flees to Deadwood in the Black Hills of Dakota Territory on the pretense of checking on his mining interests there Heartsick Regan follows joining the Wild Bill HickokCharlie Utter expedition that offer. .
E time I stopped eading I was a little too suspiciousI might someday find my way back to finish this book when I have nothing new and am tired of Jane Doe and the Cradle of All Worlds reeading Jane Austin It might be a long time I won Behold a Lone Horseman on the Goodreads Giveway and I am so happy I didBehold a Lone Horseman is just what I like in historical fiction background info about what it was like during the time period
*a good plot *good plot strong willed characters I especially liked the aunt because she had a strong vision of life and stuck with it so matter what The story takes place in the 1876 Colorado territory and our main character young Regan leaves her home and everything she knows to travel out west to start her own career and is totally supported by her loving Aunt Lareina and she meets such famous people as Wild Bill Hickock and Calamity Jane I lost a lot of sleep over this book went into work the next day sleepy from Is That Even a Country, Sir! reading for hours on end If you like being swept away by a book that has it allomance adventure history this is the book for youSo in a nutshell Good Book Thank you Jeannie for
Autographing Your Wonderful Bookyour wonderful book was a lucky win from Goodreads giveaway and has been sitting on my shelf for a couple of years This is an outstanding historical novel that includes some characters that I checked on Google ie Wild Bill Hickok Buffalo Bill Clamity Jane that were accurately portrayed The story is wonderful and the love story is better I can enthusiastically うそつきリリィ 3 [Usotsuki Lily 3] recommend this book I was delighted to be given a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honesteviewI have been privileged to The Prince read other books by Ms Hudson However I have to say BEHOLD A LONE HORSEMAN is my favourite This is a book that is hard to put downThere s a subtle sense of intrigue that draws theeader into the story and it s a great storyThe characters are well fleshed outeven the lesser make a strong impression on the A Bold Carnivore: An Alphabet of Predators reader I particularly liked Regan s aunt Lareina and the gorgeous Aiden of courseThe author s descriptive writingeally brings the story alive Transporting the Goodbye Sarajevo: A True Story of Courage, Love and Survival reader to a time when life moved at a much slower pace A time ofomance beauty excitement and danger Also I found the information about photography at that time fascinating The author must have done uite a bit of Lifting research on the subjectThis is a greatead and the stories conclusion is brilliant This is the first book I Mathruhridayam read by this author and is not normally a genre I would choose but I was very pleasantly surprised It is a novel that seems to span many genres historical fiction westernomance and women s fiction The author weaves a tale that captures the eader and makes it difficult to put the book down my favorite genre of all The characters were interesting and came to life off the page I just got another book by this author Ten Hours Til Spring and am looking forward to great stories by Hudson She is truly gifted in the art of storytelling. Ed miners protection while traveling to the gold fields in the midst of hostilities between the Sioux and the miners encroaching into their Holy Wilderness During the expedition Regan is befriended by Wild Bill who is charmed by her spirit and courage In eturn she is intrigued by his heroic history and delights in taking photographs of him for her collection When she meets with Aiden A New Menace Forces a new menace forces to A Life In School: What The Teacher Learned remain apartTo salve her broken heart she spends the summer hard at work collecting photographs of the teeming town of miners and other locations in the Black Hills She is often confused and bewildered by the growing conflict between the whites' and the Sioux the miners' hatred of the Indians on whose hunting ground they are digging for gold Ultimately another encounter with Aiden ignites a crisis of the heart that forces him and Regan toemain estranged Defeated and bereft Regan eturns to Colorado Territory Once back with Lareina she ecovers her faith and tenacity and vows to unlock the mystery that still threatens their future. In this novel Jeannie Hudson tells the story of a feisty courageous strong willed girl making a career for herself against all odds Set in the Western Territories in the 1850s it is than a love story I especially enjoyed the historical setting and the appearance and descriptions of some of the well known figures of the era such as Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane I highly The House That Had Enough recommend it In the spirit of full disclosure Ieceived a free uncorrected copy of Behold a Lone Horseman by Jeannie Hudsen through Goodreads First Reads Giveaway I LOVE historical fiction and this one had lots to offer about the Denver territory in the late 1800s Seventeen year old Regan leaves her home and her cold emotionless mother behind in Philadelphia a year after her photographer father s death to start her own studio and even importantly her goal of taking photos for a collection of the apidly changing West Although she ll be living with her beloved aunt Lareina a journalist working for the Denver Chronicle she is very independent and mature for someone so young The novel pulls in a number of familiar names like Buffalo Bill Cody and Wild Bill Hickok among a myriad of other colorful characters Learning so much about the early techniues used in photography was fascinating Having lived near Denver Boulder myself for almost a decade in the 70s I LOVED the descriptions of the city the foothills and the ougher mining territories Hudsen s writing was so descriptive I could practically smell the aspen trees and the wonderful scent of mountain air The book was very well written and kept me turning the pages far into the night when I should have been sleeping In addition to her aunt Regan s most important elationship is with Aiden a Handsome Older Man She Meets older man she meets the train on the way to Denver Their mutual attraction is instantaneous and uite a bit of the story evolved around it I m not a huge fan of Pimpinella Meerprinzessin 1: Ankunft im Muschelschloss (German Edition) romance novels and I would haveather Das kurze Leben der Sophie Scholl read about Denver and the Old West Hudsen handles theomantic details deftly but I might have given this book five stars if less time had been devoted to the intimate details of the budding Défendre Jacob romance and theoadblocks constantly thrown in the way of these two coming together Overall I greatly enjoyed Darfur's Sorrow: A History of Destruction and Genocide reading this book and would definitelyecommend it to anyone who enjoys good writing and stories about the American West I won a copy of this book through Goodreads First Reads I entered because historical
fiction is one of my favorites to ead The cover of this book was the first tois one of my favorites to ead The cover of this book was the first to my attention I knew by the cover that it was a story I would enjoy and was surprised to ealize her husband Adam did the watercolor This story moved along at a good pace and It has strong characters omance a great adventure and uite a few historical figures of the time too I found the descriptions of how the photographs of that time were done very interesting too It is a well written story and Behold A Lone Horseman is the enthralling story of a tender and passionate love between a liberated young heroine and a fearless man both caught up in the pursuit of wealth power and artistic achievement in 1876 Colorado Territory Aiden Endicott a dashing Englishman already possesses wealth and influence from his gold mines in Colorado and Dakota Territories but it is his gentle caring insight and worldly perception that captures Regan's heart
Yet From The Onset Theirfrom the onset their is threatened by insurmountable obstacles from the past Since she was a child Regan was charmed by her aunt Lareina Charles' success as a journalist in the male dominated West and has aspired to her own career in that untamed culture Aware that she must have the very finest training she spends seven years as an apprentice under her father a world enowned photographer in Philadelphia who is most famous for his exhibitions of historic images collected throughout the East and Canada Regan has always believed she has the talent and ambition to do similar work After her fath.