A Touch of Frost (The Cowboys of Colorado, #1)

A Touch of Frost (The Cowboys of Colorado, #1) USA Today Bestselling Author Jo Goodman Presents A Sprawling, Lusty Recreation Of Life, Love, And Slowly Uncovered Secrets As A Rancher Rescues A Mysterious Young Woman With Trouble Of Her Trail RESCUE MEAfter His Train Is Robbed At Gunpoint, Remington Frost Awakens From A Blow To Find The Bandits Gonealong With The Woman He Was Shadowing For Protection No Stranger To Risk, Remington Will Do What It Takes To Bring Phoebe Apple To Safety And Her Kidnappers To Justice But Ransoming Phoebe Is Just The Start Of TroublePhoebe Is Shocked To Learn That Her Mysterious Rescuer Is None Other Than Remington Frost, The Son Of Her Sister S New Husband Home At Twin Star Ranch, She Falls Happily Into Western Life And Cautiously In Love With Remington But Danger Hides Close To Home, And Their Romance Illuminates A Web Of Secrets And Betrayal That May Put The Rancher And His Intended Bride Past The Point Of Rescue Publisher S Weekly

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  • Paperback
  • 388 pages
  • A Touch of Frost (The Cowboys of Colorado, #1)
  • Jo Goodman
  • 14 January 2018
  • 0399584277

10 thoughts on “A Touch of Frost (The Cowboys of Colorado, #1)

  1. says:

    A Touch of Frost took me back to the old west back in 1800 s I m always curious about how people lived and got by years ago, and it was interesting to get a glimpse into that time The old west ranch life is appealing to me, and Colorado from the descriptions sounded like a beautiful place Phoebe and Remington s romance captured my heart right away, and there was a bit of suspense mixed in to keep the story exciting.Phoebe has grown up in New York, her life revolving around working stage theat A Touch of Frost took me back to the old west back in 1800 s I m always curious about how people lived and got by...

  2. says:

    Reviewed for herding cats burning soup. is one of my favorites when it comes to western historical and, oh man, I was excited for A Touch of Frost Basically Remington s dad asked him to escort his new wife s sister from New York to their ranch in Colorado Pretty simple Untilthe train she s on is robbed and his charge Kidnapped hangs head Yeah Hell of a thing, right First This cover Whoa One of my favorite for the year for sure It s g Reviewed for herding cats burning soup. is one of my favorites when it comes to western historical and, oh man, I was excited for A Touch of Frost Basically Remington s dad asked him to escort his new wife s sister from New York to their ranch in Colorado Pretty simple Untilthe train she s on is robbed and his charge Kidnapped hangs head Yeah Hell of a thing, right First This cover Whoa One of my favorite for the year for sure It s gorgeous and totally fits the hero and heroine Look how fierce she is The set up was pretty fun A kidnapping, random demands, a daring rescue, the search for clues and the hunt for those who kidnapped Phoebe It was quite the start I figured out a good bit of the mystery but there were a couple little surprises along the way I liked Phoebe and Remington They had fun chemistry, nice heat and seemed to really get each other Phoebe had backbone, strength and really held herself together when things went south And Remington was sexy...

  3. says:

    A TOUCH OF FROST by Jo Goodman is the perfect example how to allow your characters to reveal themselves through their actions No overdone descriptions or backstories, just hints as the characters show the reader who they are, keeping enough secrets to make you craveAs usual, Goodman had me riveted.Phoebe Apple is traveling by train to visit her sister and her new husband in Colorado when her train is stopped abruptly Phoebe is taken hostage when she shoots one of the bandits during the A TOUCH OF FROST by Jo Goodman is the perfect example how to allow your characters to reveal themselves through their actions No overdone descriptions or backstories, just hints as the characters show the reader who they are, keeping enough secrets to make you craveAs usual, Goodman had me riveted.Phoebe Apple is traveling by train to visit her sister and her new husband in Colorado when her train is stopped abruptly Phoebe is taken hostage when she shoots one of the bandits during the robbery Remington Frost was sent by his father to watch over Phoebe Injured when the train j...

  4. says:

    Phoebe and Remington are an enchanting couple, her rescuing him then the tides turn and she s in need to a hero Jo Goodman has always been able to transport people back in time, create a magical cast of characters, and weave a plot that leaves the readers hanging on Phoebe and Remington have chemistry that is off the charts, their banter had me laughing and wanting , and then they dealt with everyday life problems Remington s dislike for Phoebe s sister, Fiona, a former actress, who carri Phoebe and Remington are an enchanting couple, her rescuing him then the tides turn and she s in need to a hero Jo Goodman has always been able to transport people back in time, create a magical cast of characters, and weave a plot that leaves the readers hanging on Phoebe and Remington have chemistry that is off the charts, their banter had me laughing and wanting , and then they dealt with everyday life problems Remington s dislike for Phoebe s sister, Fiona, a former actress, who carries her flare of dramatic everywhere she goes Thaddeus, Remingtons father, is clearly a role model for many, and defender of those he loves Ms Goodman threw a plot twist in that I never saw coming, the book was perfectly laid out I woul...

  5. says:

    While I did like this book, there were aspects of it that frustrated me a little I liked both the H, Remington, and the h, Phoebe Their relationship was lovely, and they seemed perfect for each other The scenes between them were often lightened by clever and sweet banter I also liked that the writer didn t make us wait till the end of the book to see them admitting accepting how much they meant to each other But I struggled a bit with the mystery aspect of the storyline I must say I m not While I did like this book, there were aspects of it that frustrated me a little I liked both the H, Remington, and the h, Phoebe Their relationship was lovely, and they seemed perfect for each other The scenes between them were often lightened by clever and sweet banter I also liked that the writer didn t make us wait till the end of the book to see them admitting accepting how much they meant to each other But I struggled a bit with the mystery aspect of the storyline I must say I m not normally a fan of romantic suspense as a genre anyway, and I was a bit disappointed to realise that the mystery played such a large part in this book And perhaps because I m not a big mystery reader, or perhaps because I wasn t paying enough attention, or perhaps...

  6. says:

    Cute, pace a little slow at times Review to come

  7. says:

    3.5 5 4 stars B I always enjoy Jo Goodman s books Her characters pull me in and won t let me go.

  8. says:

    Really well done The things that were unspoken was what you needed to pay attention to in this gem of a book Once I figured out the secret which was a littlethan halfway through the book, I wanted to star...

  9. says:

    B or 3.5 stars I enjoyed the first half of this book quite a bit but felt that the second half really lost steam It lost so much steam for me, in fact, that it took me weeks to read what should have been days, hence the lower grade That is unusual for a Jo Goodman book.In the first half, Phoebe is a likeable young woman traveling on a train from New York City to Colorado to visit her sister who is newly mar...

  10. says:

    3.5 stars

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