Mountain People

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Two misfits return to their Southern roots after living for too long among Yankees. They meet via the Internet, and are headed for love. A vicious attack in the forest temporarily derails their plans, but in the spirit of the South rising again, Jackson and Loretta manage to build a joyous life in the mountain wilderness they love … but for the haunting specter of Loretta's worst fear. More
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About Meredith Rae Morgan

Meredith Morgan is a pseudonym, my professional and online identity. I write novels for and about strong women and self-publish them as eBooks on Smashwords.

I was raised in the Midwest but have roots in the Deep South. I have lived in Florida for the past fifteen years. I tend to alternate the settings for my stories between all three places. From that experience, I've discovered that I love Southern women, Midwestern men and I'm fascinated (in a weird and scary kind of way) by the people I've encountered in Florida, most of whom are from other places.

Besides writing, my passions are walking the beach, reading and cooking. For a more detailed bio, see my website.

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tazzymc reviewed on March 7, 2015

This is the second book I have read by this author and have not enjoyed either. The few things that happened in both novels are stated in a very "matter of fact" manner with little emotion. I felt no connection to any of the characters and find the storylines unrealistic
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morgan4887 reviewed on March 4, 2014

I absolutely enjoyed this story of a strong woman like Lorreta. I was sad when she passed, but totally understood her reasons. I would love to read a sequel showing how Freddie & Jackson's life continued.
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claus olsen reviewed on Jan. 10, 2014

Very, very good story about an independent woman. It made a strong impression.
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