Rocky's Mountains

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Laura, travels to Wyoming looking to experience the mountains. She finds work at Alma’s, a small bar/diner filled with quirky characters.
In this setting, Laura is drawn to Rocky, the cook who appears one day. While Laura is obsessed with Rocky, he has gold fever. And Joaquin, well, all is not what it seems.
Filled with excitement and adventure, Rocky's
Mountains will leave you breathless. More

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About D. Jean Quarles

D. Jean Quarles currently lives in Alexandria, MN with her husband. Having lived in Arizona, Washington, and Wyoming, she brings her various settings to her writing. Writing Women's fiction she takes on difficult topics weaving spirituality into her stories. Her adventure fiction, & young adult science fiction are also available.

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Crysta Parkinson reviewed on on Aug. 20, 2011

Rocky's Mountains is a fantastic read, filled with action and intrigue, drama and romance. I couldn't put it down, and can't wait to read more by D. Jean Quarles.
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austine etcheverry reviewed on on June 18, 2011

This is a fantastic story that keeps the reader on the edge of their seat. Drama, intrique, and romance keeps you reading.
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Shreya Goswami reviewed on on May 5, 2011

After a long time I became a fan of a writer.....thank u for this amazing read!The word pictures are so amazing I feel I m in it..:)
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Vicki Dean reviewed on on April 30, 2011

This was such a refreshing read. Having grown up near the Big Horn and Rocky Mountains I knew the places described and really felt I was there. The author has such a knack of bringing you into the book, I didn't want to put it down. I highly recommend it, especially to those who live or have lived in the areas. Great job and can't wait for the next books. V. J. D.
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