Cowboy For Hire

Adult
Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
For Amy Wilkes, it's a dream come true! "Discovered" by Martin Tafft, she will star in his upcoming epic, "One and Only." Charlie Fox, another "natural" who also stars in the movie. On screen, sparks fly between Amy and Charlie. Off screen, they're caught up in a real-life drama, in which they're both tempted--and tested--in more ways than one. More

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Words: 102,140
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452462462
About Alice Duncan

Award-winning author Alice Duncan lives with a herd of wild dachshunds (enriched from time to time with fosterees from New Mexico Dachshund Rescue) in Roswell, New Mexico. She’s not a UFO enthusiast; she’s in Roswell because her mother’s family settled there fifty years before the aliens crashed. Since her two daughters live in California, where Alice was born, she’d like to return there, but can’t afford to. Alice would love to hear from you at alice@aliceduncan.net. And be sure to visit her website: http://www.aliceduncan.net

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Review by: ACWinOH on Sep. 18, 2012 :
This is the 1st in another Alice Duncan series about the beginnings of the film making industry and assuming Ms. Duncan did her usual amazing research, WOW! So much I didn't know about the silent movie era and the worthy goals some had! If only. The love story is there and of course the gratuitous sex. I so enjoy a story where I learn something AND I'm entertained! It isn't necessary to read the series in order, as there is really only a couple of characters that are in all four stories, but it's fun getting to know Martin as you go!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Norah Wilson on Dec. 04, 2010 :
What a delightful read! Set in California desert in the early 1900s, during the infancy of the movie-making business, this story captivated me. Fascinating era, fascinating backdrop, and fascinating to learn something of the motion picture industry's infancy. Oh, and a lovely romance!!! It also made a nice change from the grittier stuff I usually read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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