Mr. Living History

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
"Mr. Living History"--that's what divorcee Lexi Feinstein dubbed Nate Wilcox the moment she almost ran over him and his horse on her first day of work at Winstead National Park. Wilcox is a re-enactor who feels responsible for the death of his wife. Even though attracted to Lexi, his cripped son is the focus of his life. He certainly isn't interested in a "city gal." More

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Words: 66,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476008752
About Sue Binder

I have written most of my life. While still a pre-schooler, I once got in trouble for scribbling in the back of a book. I continued writing throughout school, working on high school and college newspapers, and eventually getting a BA in journalism and creative writing. I have worked as a newspaper writer and editor, as well as a variety of other jobs, such as a substitute teacher, college instructor, and even an Avon saleslady. Currently I hold two master degrees and am a Licensed Professional Counseler and Licensed Addictions Counselor, working in a private prison. I love to read, favorites being Tony Hillerman, Henning Mankill and Patrick Taylor, as well as Steve Barry. I love music, current favorites being Celtic Thunder and Josh Groban. My pride and joy are my four children and five grandchildren. I reside in Southeast Colorado, where I continue to write. My current burning desire is a trip to Ireland. Special thank you to my sister, Sandy, for encouraging me to follow her path to Smashwords.

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Review by: Sandy Grissom on May 11, 2012 :
Loved it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Sandy Grissom on May 11, 2012 : (no rating)
A really good storyline with just enough angst for us to recall our personal insecurities and realate to the characters. Along with a love story that should not and could not be denied. I enjoyed it tremendously.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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