[Reading] ➶ Between Heaven and Hell (Lonesome Hearts, #1) ➽ Jacqui Nelson – Snapchatlogin.us

Between Heaven and Hell (Lonesome Hearts, #1) On A Trail Full Of Danger, Will He Guide Her To Heaven Or Hell Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 1850Hannah Knows One Thing The Moment She Enters Fort Leavenworth She S Arrived In Hell But Inside Is The Means To A New Life, A Position As A Scout On A Wagon Train Bound For The Western Territories All She Has To Do Is Convince The Wagon Master, Paden Callahan, She S The Right Person For The Job After His Wife Was Murdered By The Comanche, Paden Let His Work As A Texas Ranger Consume Him Now He Wants Nothing Than To Disappear Into The West Unfortunately, The One Man He Can T Refuse Has Asked Him To Guide A Wagon Train Full Of Tenderfoots Across Thousands Of Miles Of Indian Land But Paden S Greatest Challenge Turns Out To Be Hannah, A Woman His Heart Won T Allow Him To Ignore Even Though She Was Raised By An Enemy He Hates.

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➶ Between Heaven and Hell (Lonesome Hearts, #1) ➽ Jacqui Nelson – Snapchatlogin.us


  1. says:

    Between Heaven Hell is a fire cracker of a love story with the perfect blend of fascinating characters, intense emotion, historical interest and fast paced action Once I started reading it, I couldn t put it down until I finished it The story follows a wagon train journey across the American frontier Along with the romance, there are multiple story lines woven together that give the book greater depth and interest The author s lyrical narrative is a joy to read and she truly brings the Between Heaven Hell is a fire cracker of a love story with the perfect blend of fascinating characters, intense emotion, historical interest and fast paced action Once I started reading it, I couldn t put it down until I finished it The story follows a wagon train journey across the American frontier Along with the romance, there are multiple story lines woven tog...


  2. says:

    Between Heaven and Hell was an incredible read for me I love stories taking place in the old west used to watch the old westerns on TV when they were popular and this book took me back to those days I could picture yellow haired Hannah, fearful but brave, as she rode up to the wagon train in Fort Leavenworth Kansas, facing her deepest fears in order to apply for the position as a scout for a wagon train bound for the western territories Needed a cracks shot, a strong rider and someone who Between Heaven and Hell was an incredible read for me I love stories taking place in the old west used to watch the old westerns on TV when they were popular and this book took me back...


  3. says:

    From the first page to the last paragraph, Between Heaven Hell was action packed with pure suspense Jacqui Nelson is phenomenal in her writing style and delivery of this down to earth, gritty western that isn t just for women This one is had me on the edge of my seat the entire time Hannah a blond haired blue eyed girl raised by Osage Indians after her fami...


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    Between Heaven and Hell by Jacqui NelsonKansas spring 1850Hannah Blue Sky as she was known by her adoptive Osage family is fleeing from her Osage tribe after the brutal murder of her mother Morning Star and her daughter by the white man Looking for a new beginning she enters Fort Leavenworth and stumbles upon the wagon train bound for the West looking for a scout, she s confident that she s the right person for the job She knows that there will be conflict and scorn towards her but the one Between Heaven and Hell by Jacqui NelsonKansas spring 1850Hannah Blue Sky as she was known by her adoptive Osage family is fleeing from her Osage tribe after the brutal murder of her mother Morning Star and her daughter by the white man Looking for a new beginning she enters Fort Leavenworth and stumbles upon the wagon train bound for the West looking for a scout, she s confident that she s the right person for the job She knows that there will be conflict and scorn towards her but the one man that makes her feel safe is Paden Callahan She can feel the turmoil beneath the surface of this man and the connection is strong between them but will his past haunt him and his memories be a barrier to a love that s just blossoming Paden Callahan is fighting his demons as an ex Ranger his mission was to protect but he couldn t protect the woman th...


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    The year is 1841 when nine year old Hannah watches the murder of her family by drunk white renegade men She s was found by native Americans and taken in Thrust into a new and unfamiliar life that will challenge and change her forever But over a decade later, a tragic event has left her on the run from the tribe she grew accustomed to and now she must find a way to make a living on her own.She and her trusted horse travel to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in other words, Hell ...


  6. says:

    This book is breathtaking from the first pages until the very end For readers who love western romances, Jacqui Nelson creates an adventure into the wild west that will never be forgotten.Hannah is torn between two worlds the world of the white settlers she was born into, and the world of the Indians who raised her as their own after her parent s cruel deaths Taught patience and kindness, Hannah s life is shattered a second time when the tribe she calls family is attacked Banned from remain This book is breathtaking from the first pages until the very end For readers who love western romances, Jacqui Nelson creates an adventure into the wild west that will never be forgotten.Hannah is torn between two worlds the world of the white settlers she was born ...


  7. says:

    Brings back memories of the first books I fell in love with historical romances, and this one is set in the wild west As a young girl, Hannah witnessed the death of her parents at the hands of renegade white men She was found hiding by a band of Osage Indians, who took her in and cared for her until tragedy strikes again, and she is forced to seek out a new beginning amongst the very people that have twice stolen those most dear to her Shunned by most white folks for her time spent with the Brings back memories of the first books I fell in love with historical romances, and this one is set in the wild west As a young girl, Hannah witnessed the death of her par...


  8. says:

    4.5 StarsThe Western Frontier called to many settlers in the 19th century Some were looking for land to call their own, to find lost relatives or simply to start anew Hannah is looking for just that a new start Orphaned young and taken in by Indians, Hannah has now become an outcast in both societies Unfit for civilized settlers and unworthy for the Osage Tribe With two warriors intent on fighting for her, one for her death and the other for her love nothing is certain. except for blo 4.5 StarsThe Western Frontier called to many settlers in the 19th century Some were looking for land to call their own, to find lost relatives or simply to start anew Hannah is looking for just that a new start Orphaned young and taken in by Indians, Hannah has now become an outcast in both societies Unfit for civilized settlers and unworthy for the Osage Tribe With two warriors intent on fighting for her, one for her death and the other for her love nothing is certain. except for bloodshed I am a big fan of old western romances It always piques my imagination and wonderlust of a time long gone I became Hannah s big sister by the end of the prologue and was hooked the entire book I...


  9. says:

    I m a huge fan of Jacqui Nelson s new Old West creations anyway That being said, I was moved by this story Hannah is a young child when she is rescued by the Osage tribe Growing up as a white girl in an Indian camp couldn t have been easy, but Hannah is protected by a mother and her daughter Evil rocks their world when trappers come into the camp and kill her adopted family Suddenly, Hannah...


  10. says:

    When I was a little girl I loved sitting watching westerns with my dad When this book came up for a blog tour I couldn t resist having a go although I haven t read many westerns before This was a fantastic surprise for me The author has a great way of telling a story I felt as if I was right there with the characters This story had lots of twist...

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