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The Fight for the Mountain: Safe in All Things Series, Book II

L. M. Steen

In the week after the marriage, Lillian Cline Barrington discovers that she has married the most dangerous lips ever given to manhood. And they are in constant pursuit of hers except when interrupted by the happenings of life. So far nothing seemed to go right - not since she had met him last April, in fact. Lil referred to her state of constant surprises as Lillian's Law of Probabilities in honor of Murphy's Law. Her ability to attract disaster continues as Lil quickly finds herself having some trouble in that marriage and for that marriage. One unwelcome visitor to the cabin informs her that Russell filed for divorce in his past. Then, while attempting to entertain the other two visitors in the meadow where the dogs attacked her, Lil becomes unconscious on the mountain. The visit sets off a chain of events in which Lil figures out why the visitors had come to the cabin. And the threat to Russell and Batsy, the predators two-legged and after the millions in Russell's Foundation. As a newly married couple, they face the rigors of having Russell's thirty-two year old son, Batsy, at home with them, serious illness for Russell, and the attempted kidnapping of Lil. Not to mention the Sneaky Russell uses on her during a deadly snowstorm on the mountain. Their love deepens through the struggles while Lillian works to overcome the fears left from her forty years of an abusive marriage. Especially, her fear of Russell's Gorgeous...

Book Details

  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: May 18th, 2010
  • Pages: 266
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 7.99in - 5.00in - 0.56in - 0.59lb
  • EAN: 9781452822631
  • Categories: Romance - Contemporary

About the Author

Unexpectedly divorced after 43 years, Ms. Steen entered the world of the transient. Disabled by disease, recapturing her many years as a performer, composer, and teacher on the piano was impossible. However, instead of giving up during her twenty months of dependency on the graces of strangers and family, this remarkable woman was armed with three lethal weapons: her laptop, her imagination, and her sense of humor. Now terminally ill, Ms. Steen's engaging humor has touched the lives of those who opened their doors to her, the medical personnel who remain in her life, and those around the world who visit her web site to enjoy her essays, photography, and short stories. A published composer with a CD of her own music, she has authored eleven novels, and two novellas.