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From a Distance
From a Distance

From a Distance (Timber Ridge Reflections, Book 1)

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Galleon Product ID 15909053
UPC / ISBN 0764203894
Shipping Weight 0.6 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Manufacturer Alexander, Tamera
Shipping Dimension 8.31 x 5.51 x 1.18 inches
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Author Tamera Alexander
Brand Alexander, Tamera
Edition Reprinted
Number Of Pages 381
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2008-06-01
Release Date 2008-06-01
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About From A Distance

What happens when the realization of a dream isn't what you imagined. . . and the secret you've spent a lifetime guarding is finally laid bare? Determined to become one of the country's premier newspaper photographers, Elizabeth Westbrook travels to the Colorado Territory to capture the grandeur of the mountains surrounding the remote town of Timber Ridge. She hopes, too, that the cool, dry air of Colorado, and its renowned hot springs, will cure the mysterious illness that threatens her career, and her life. Daniel Ranslett, a former Confederate sharpshooter, is a man shackled by his past, and he'll do anything to protect his land, and his solitude. When an outspoken Yankee photographer captures an image that appears key to solving a murder, putting herself in danger, Daniel is called upon to repay a debt. He's a man of his word, but repaying that debt could bring secrets from his past to light. Forced on a perilous journey together, Daniel and Elizabeth's lives intertwine in ways neither could have imagined when first they met . . . from a distance.