Thursday, May 9, 2013

Big Horn Storm by Kim McMahill

Niki Garat had left the Big Horn Mountains she loved to make her living as a graphic designer in Denver. The job paid the bills but she had a sense of not fitting in. The annual trip to visit her beloved grandfather while he drove sheep into the high country made her life bearable. She’d once again see Deuce and even though he’d pushed her aside for the last five years, he remained her childhood infatuation.


While Niki had made this trek every year, danger loomed on the horizon. The television in the break room at Colorado Creative Designs gave a dismal report of the stock market hitting a new record low as the U.S. lead a multi-national effort to force into Canada and regain control of those provinces. Iranian troops amassed on the Canadian-U.S. border while the Russians staged in Cuba.

Niki’s boss told her to take a month off instead of the usual two weeks. Chills ran down Niki’s spine at the thought of the country she knew falling into the hands of others. Little did she know when she arrived at the ranch, how her life would change and she could prove to herself and the untouchable Deuce that she was much more than he thought she was. There might be hope for the two of them, but as foreign troops take over the ranch and the surrounding mountains will they even survive?

Ms. McMahill writes a page-turner suspense story. The characters are well rounded and believable and the description of the scenery almost lets you smell the pine trees. Well done, once again.

Learn more about Kim: http://www.prismbookgroup.com/kimmcmahill.html     Big Horn Storm Available on Amazon:  http://www.amazon.com/Big-Horn-Storm-ebook/dp/B0091LFPCM/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1368047304&sr=1-1&keywords=big+horn+storm  

6 comments:

Jacqueline D. Hopper said...

Kim McMahill knows how to keep each sentence of her books moving. And your adrenalin bubbling. The only reason a reader would put McMahill's book down is to give their heart a moment to calm down. A highly recommended read.

Mary L. Ball said...

Good read. A book truly enjoyable.

Victoria Pitts-Caine said...

Thanks for stopping by ladies! It is a wonderful book. I have Desperate Dreams all loaded in my kindle.

Jacqueline D. Hopper said...

Desperate Dreams is another McMahill goodie :D

Kim McMahill said...

Thank you for reviewing my book and thank you to everyone for the nice comments. I'm so glad readers are enjoying my adventures.

Gay Lewis said...

Big Horn Storm kept me sensing danger. I love our country, and the thought of this story coming to reality scared me. Ms. McMahill really put me into the story. A story is really good when you think about it long after the read is over, and I do.