Smorgasbord Christmas Book Fair 2022 – Book Review – #Western #Romance – Geller’s Find by Sandra Cox


Delighted to share my recommendation for the latest release by Sandra Cox… a western romance Geller’s Find

About the book

It’s summer break and Dr. Luke Geller, history prof and part-time archeologist is in Nevada looking for potsherds. What he discovers is an antique rifle and a portal in time.
Touching an ancient piece of Chiastolite crystal, the earth rumbles, the skies darken and the ground opens. He’s hurled straight to the core of the earth then shot back up and spewed out.

When he stumbles to his feet, he finds himself where he began. Same, yet different. There are no winding roads. No parking lots. No cars. No town with bright lights in the distance. Only Lily Winter Tremaine, an angry young woman pointing a gun at him, demanding he hand over her rifle.

All thoughts of primitive pottery disappear as Luke finds himself fighting alongside three young women trying to hold onto their ranch against a dangerous scoundrel who intends to have the ranch by whatever means possible. Then there’s the little fact that Luke’s mightily attracted to the young woman he’s working for. A woman old enough to be his great-great granny. And Miss Lily Winter Tremaine does not figure into any of tenured professor Luke Geller’s lesson plans.

My review for the book November 30th 2022

As a fan of Sandra Cox’s western romances you know that you are going to be offered all the elements in a story that make for a riveting read.

The special element to her stories is that there is usually a supernatural twist that adds additional tension, mystery and intrigue. In Geller’s Find we have two worlds, 140 years apart, which collide with a bang, offering an opportunity for Luke Geller to experience the subject he teaches in person.

Throw in sassy women, a beautiful but wilful boss, a macho saloon owner with an acquiring nature, gunfights, a horse with a mind of his own and a mystery hidden beneath the earth of the ranch, and you have a great story.

The characters in Sandra Cox’s books are always memorable, and whilst not necessarily perfect human beings, they are authentic. I loved Geller’s mother, who appears in the later part of the book, who proved that feisty women still existed in the present day.

If you have already read books by this author you probably don’t need me to convince you to read Geller’s Find… but if you are new to her stories I can highly recommend you check them out.

Head over to read the reviews and buy the book: Amazon USAnd: Amazon UK

A selection of other books by Sandra Cox

Read the reviews and buy the books : Amazon UK –And: Amazon US- follow Sandra Cox: Goodreads – Blog: Sandra Cox Blogspot – Twitter:@Sandra_Cox

About Sandra Cox

Sandra is a vegetarian, animal lover and avid gardener. She lives with her husband, their dog and several cats in sunny North Carolina.

Her novels consist of All Things Western and More. She is an Eppie finalist, award winner and category best-seller.

 

Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will be leaving with some books…Sally

Smorgasbord Bookshelf- New Book on the Shelves – #Western #Romance – Geller’s Find by Sandra Cox


Delighted to share the news of the latest release by Sandra Cox… a western romance Geller’s Find on pre-order until September 12th…

 

About the book

It’s summer break and Dr. Luke Geller, history prof and part-time archeologist is in Nevada looking for potsherds. What he discovers is an antique rifle and a portal in time.
Touching an ancient piece of Chiastolite crystal, the earth rumbles, the skies darken and the ground opens. He’s hurled straight to the core of the earth then shot back up and spewed out.

When he stumbles to his feet, he finds himself where he began. Same, yet different. There are no winding roads. No parking lots. No cars. No town with bright lights in the distance. Only Lily Winter Tremaine, an angry young woman pointing a gun at him, demanding he hand over her rifle.

All thoughts of primitive pottery disappear as Luke finds himself fighting alongside three young women trying to hold onto their ranch against a dangerous scoundrel who intends to have the ranch by whatever means possible. Then there’s the little fact that Luke’s mightily attracted to the young woman he’s working for. A woman old enough to be his great-great granny. And Miss Lily Winter Tremaine does not figure into any of tenured professor Luke Geller’s lesson plans.

Head over to pre-order the book for September 12th: Amazon USAnd: Amazon UK

A selection of other books by Sandra Cox

One of the reviews for Mateo’s Blood Brother

I read Mateo’s Law two years ago. I remember thinking back then that this story was too good, the character’s relationships too complicated to be told in just one story… one book. I didn’t want it to end. And now with Mateo’s Blood Brother, we once again get to peek into the lives of Sheriff Mateo Grey, Deputy Chief Blair Delaney, Blackfeet Indian Reservation Chief of Police Jesse Kipp, and a wonderful cast of supporting characters.

The small town of Grizzly, Montana is a community where everyone knows each other, and all feel safe under the protective eye of Mateo and his law enforcement team. That is, until old man Jenkins, just shy of his one-hundredth birthday, was found dead with his throat ripped out. The townspeople believe he was most likely killed by a wolf, but Jesse and Mateo know the truth. Against all odds, an ominous figure from their past had returned to wreak havoc over the lives of the two men. Delilah, a powerful shifter, is seeking revenge on both of her former lovers and the people closest to them. Her presence and the destruction she will continue to cause need to be snuffed out quickly. Mateo, a shifter himself, thought Delilah had died the last time he’d tangled with her, only to now realize that she is stronger and more formidable than he ever imagined.

Author Sandra Cox has done a superb job giving us a book that, although a sequel, stands tall on its own. The characters are people you want to know, people you want to care about. The dialog is crisp, tender at times, and realistic, which compliments the story and moves it forward in a natural way. Love, hatred, betrayal, and revenge are all tightly woven into a plot that although paranormal, is written so well that it was easy for me to suspend my disbelief and just lose myself in the story. Cox is a damn good writer, and this is a damn good book. Now that she has two Mateo books under her belt, I hope she turns it into a series. I’m quite sure that Mateo Grey has a lot more stories to tell. 

Read the reviews and buy the books : Amazon UK –And: Amazon US- follow Sandra Cox: Goodreads – Blog: Sandra Cox Blogspot – Twitter:@Sandra_Cox

About Sandra Cox

Sandra is a vegetarian, animal lover and avid gardener. She lives with her husband, their dog and several cats in sunny North Carolina.

Her novels consist of All Things Western and More. She is an Eppie finalist, award winner and category best-seller.

 

Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will be leaving with some books..Sally