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Silver Creek Fire [KINDLE] ❂ Silver Creek Fire By Lindsay McKenna – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk New York Times bestselling author, US Navy Veteran, and genre pioneer Lindsay McKenna combines pulsepounding suspense with the romance of a contemporary Western for the first installment in her highly New York Times bestselling author, US Navy Veteran, and genre pioneer Lindsay McKenna combines pulsepounding suspense with the romance of a contemporary Western for the first installment in Silver Creek Kindle - her highly emotional, engrossingly swoonworthy Silver Creek Fire seriesLove's flame burns brightLeanna Ryan's hometown in coastal Oregon has been her refuge ever since a traumatic event during her teens But over time, even the safest harbor can start to feel like a prison That's why Lea, a master carpenter and wood sculptor, is moving to Wyoming, a place whose rugged beauty has long captured her imagination The scenery around Silver Creek is as stunning as she hoped, and her new employer, Logan Anderson, is generous and fair, though his eyes reveal a sadness she recognizes all too wellLogan immediately knows he can trust Lea with his Wild Goose Ranch remodeling project Her skill, her dedicationthey're as appealing to him as her unaffected beauty But he has other reasons for unease There have been disturbing events around the ranch Then Lea's car is rammed in a hit and run Logan has already lost so much; now he fears he's jeopardizing not only his property, but Lea too His dream is to convince Lea to make Silver Creek her homebut first, he'll have to keep her safe.


14 thoughts on “Silver Creek Fire

  1. Christine Christine says:

    This is the first book in the Silver Creek series. I have never read anything by this author and read this purely off of the description. Lea is a master carpenter and has come to Silver Creek to do carpentry work for ranch owner, Logan Anderson. Logan offers her a room at his ranch while she is doing her work. But accidents keep happening around town including a car accident when Lea first arrives.
    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I liked the characters. Lea is very shy and cautious and I liked that about her. Logan is the perfect gentleman and I loved how he treated his employees at the ranch as if they were family. The side characters of Maddy and Jody were great strong characters that could stand on their own. My one criticism is that at times it felt liked the story stalled. I felt like I should have further along with the book from where I was with the amount of story we were given. Overall I enjoyed this book and will definitely looking for more by this author. I received an ARC copy of this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.


  2. Jenn the Readaholic Jenn the Readaholic says:

    This author didn’t shy away from current events, even with a small town, rancher setting. Instead, she used some very important ones to create strong female characters. From Lea to Maddy to Poppy, these women are not doormats, and the men of this story really aren’t cavemen either. Logan’s been through terrible loss, but he understands that progress is necessary and both he and his neighbor, Chase, are already thinking about the future and what legacy they’ll leave behind. Of course, that legacy doesn’t mesh with what one person wants. And that person will stop at nothing to get ahead. As Lea and Logan learn more about each other, soothe their past hurts, and become more than friends, someone is plotting against them. That someone needs to be stopped before it’s too late, and these men and women seem to be up to the challenge.

    This isn’t a typical rancher read and it’s got a little something for everyone: some romance, suspense, and danger tossed into the perfect mix that will keep you hungry for more. Everyone feels realistic, strong, and willing to fight for their homes and lives. I found myself on quite the ride here, and I’m interested to see where we go next.


  3. Owl._. Owl._. says:

    I gave up! 25% of the way in, after starting and stopping several times, I just coudn't do it. The writing was choppy. There was no flow. The dialogue read as if a child wrote it - simple and repetitive. The dialogue felt forced and stilted - there was no connection betweent the characters. They were very one-dimensional, even though I know that was not the authors purpose.

    The main character, Lea, was totally unlikeable. She's supposed to be, according to her own words, a strong-willed feminist who stands up for herself and her beliefs. Instead she comes across as sniveling and weak, needy, and completely insecure in herself and her decisions.

    The story was boring and again, repetitive. I felt as if I was reading the same paragraphs and conversations over and over.

    I am by no means an author and I give lots of credit to those that do write. I have read books by this author in the past and enjoyed them. Unfortunately, as an avid reader who reads across several genres and a multitude of authors, I can honestly say that this one just doesn't cut it.

    Thank you #netgalley and #kensingtonbooks #zebra for the eARC.


  4. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    First book in new series
    Very good story about leanna she works carving wood same as her father
    Her father gets hired by logan who was ex military to redo his cabinets on his family ranch but father wants her to do work she is not a people person after being hurt when she was younger logan is a widower and not sure how well it will work with them both working around each other
    She didn’t like men he didn’t like women
    Took place in Oregon
    Frocking was going on around the local farms trying to push people off their land made for an interesting story as they had to deal with different problems throughout and a nice romance intwined couldn’t put down until I finished it
    Would definitely read more in this series


  5. Rhonda Rhonda says:

    I am a Lindsay McKenna fan and was excited to read the first in a new series. Silver Creek Fire is a romantic suspense novel with strong main characters who work their way to each other in spite of past trauma. Read in a weekend because I couldn’t put it down. Thanks to NetGalley the author of Silver Creek Fire and her publisher for letting me read an advanced copy of the novel.


  6. Dsbook Dsbook says:

    I normal like the books by this author but just could not get into the story line or the characters in this book, and I did not really like the main characters.
    Also.way too much description and too much repetition.


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