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    IGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free Zach s fate is to be sold at a seedy auction for whores Layton is put in charge of making sure Zach does not escape, but as the chemistry between them grows, Layton finds himself wanting to help Zach as the West eBook ☆ Can Layton overcome years of being on the run Can Zach accept help from an outlaw A male male time travel romance complete with fast rides across the desert, campfires beneath the stars, cool water in the desert, wild rescues, and true love across time."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 300 pages
  • Wild as the West Texas Wind
  • Jackie North
  • English
  • 12 September 2019

Wild as the West Texas Wind➥ Wild as the West Texas Wind Ebook ➫ Author Jackie North – Essayreview.co.uk Soulmates across time Two hearts that were meant to be togetherIn present day, Zach takes a road trip to Trinidad to find information on a missing friend In , Layton Blue, outlaw, longs for hearth and Soulmates across time Two hearts that were meant the West PDF/EPUB ë to be togetherIn present day, Zach takes a road trip to Trinidad to find information on a missing friend In , Layton Blue, outlaw, longs for hearth and home even as he treasures his life of freedom A freak rainstorm washes Zach s car into a ditch, sending him back to the yearSearching for Wild as eBook ✓ help, alone and on foot in the middle of the nowhere, he crosses paths with the famous Ketchum Gang Now the gang s prisoner, Zach s fate is to be sold at a seedy auction for whores Layton is put in charge of making sure Zach does not escape, but as the chemistry between them grows, Layton finds himself wanting to help Zach as the West eBook ☆ Can Layton overcome years of being on the run Can Zach accept help from an outlaw A male male time travel romance complete with fast rides across the desert, campfires beneath the stars, cool water in the desert, wild rescues, and true love across time.


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10 thoughts on “Wild as the West Texas Wind

  1. says:

    Searching for a lost friend in present day Colorado, Zach is blindsided by a storm His car skids off the road and into a river drenched and freezing, Zach wonders into what looks like and actually is an Old West town and interrupts the wrong card game Layton is part of an outlaw gang led by Tom Ketchum a real historical figure Tom is mean and impulsive, but he likes Layton That s why Layton keeps his mouth shut He dreams of a roof over his head and someone by his side He plays his har Searching for a lost friend in present day Colorado, Zach is blindsided by a storm His car skids off the road and into a river drenched and freezing, Zach wonders into what looks like and actually is an Old West town and interrupts the wrong card game Layton is part of an outlaw gang led by Tom Ketchum a real historical figure Tom is mean and impulsive, but he likes Layton That s why Layton keeps his mouth shut He dreams of a roof over his head and someone by his side He plays his harmonica, wishing for a different,settled life Unlike the first two Love Across Time books, Wild as the West Texas Wind is not a complete standalone If you read the second book in the series, you ll remember Laurie who goes back to 1891 and meets reclusive John, the love of his life At the end of that book, Laurie and John dream of moving to Colorado and opening a hotel Zach is Laurie s best friend in the present day, and it s Laurie he s looking for in Colorado And Zach finds him, but first he finds Layton in 1892 Colorado Zach and Layton s romance is a quiet, steady heartbeat Layton is at Tom s mercy but protects Zach as much as he can from Tom s and the other outlaws wrath Tom is planning on selling Zach because Zach cost him the money lost in a card game Zach and Layton sleep in the dirt and keep each other warm They talk They trust Layton s beloved horse, Tam, is the only other being Layton can count on.In comparison to the first two books, this story is faster paced and intense Danger lurks at every crossing, because Zach and Layton are at the mercy of a mad man My heart was in my throat as Zach and Layton made their great escape I LOVED seeing Laurie and John again, which is why I suggest you read the second book prior to reading this one Jackie North has a way of capturing the essence of a time and place I adore this series My only complaint, and it s the same one I ve voiced in my reviews for the previous Love Across Time books, is that the ending here is very abrupt It s a tentative HFN rather than a HEA My hope is that we ll seeof Zach and Layton in the next book in this series Please let it be so

  2. says:

    FYI Wild as the West Texas Wind builds on the second book in the series Honey from the Lion but I think this could perhaps be read as a stand alone although you ll definitely want to read Laurie and John s love story it s a good one.After receiving a mysterious letter from Laurie dated 1892 via Western Union, his best friend Zach travels to Colorado to see if he can unearth any information about Laurie s strange disappearance A freak storm sends him to 1892 and in the grip of a ba FYI Wild as the West Texas Wind builds on the second book in the series Honey from the Lion but I think this could perhaps be read as a stand alone although you ll definitely want to read Laurie and John s love story it s a good one.After receiving a mysterious letter from Laurie dated 1892 via Western Union, his best friend Zach travels to Colorado to see if he can unearth any information about Laurie s strange disappearance A freak storm sends him to 1892 and in the grip of a band of outlaws led by Tom Ketchum who, it turns out, was a real life outlaw who rode with Butch Cassidy s Hole in the Wall Gang Zach is immediately enamoured with one of the outlaws, Layton, but can t reconcile Layton s outlaw ways with his gentle personality I must admit that the pace of this story did feel a bit too leisurely at times as Tom Ketchum plans to sell Zach at an upcoming slave auction in a nearby bordello a plot device that I found somewhat jarring , but the delay does give Zach and Layton time together to get to know each other and gives us the opportunity to see what lies beneath Layton s quiet ways We learn that Layton s choice at age 15 to throw his lot in with Tom Ketchum had really been the only option he had We feel Layton s isolation as he thinks he may be the only man to feel this attraction for other men We see his longing for a different way of life But now, standing beneath the darkening sky, he Layton saw the light of kerosene lamps in the small town being lit one by one Glowing golden smudges flickered from behind squares of glass framed by swaths of curtain, as though the houses and buildings themselves were holding the light close, not letting it escape into the darkness Layton could see the lights just the same, each one representing the one thing he did not have, the one thing he truly longed for a sense of place he could call his own.The romance between Zach and Layton is not a sex filled romp but a slow reveal and a gradual realization that works well in this setting I loved the ending which gives usdetails about Laurie and John and I hope that the next book in this series will bring Zach and Laurie s friend Maxton into the mix 5 stars and a Recommended Read for Wild as the West Texas Wind I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.Review posted at Gay Book Reviews check it out

  3. says:

    After receiving an impossible letter from his best friend dated 1892 after Laurie s second disappearance, Zach does what any level headed person would do he goes to the cops And they do what any level headed law enforcement division would do place him on the top of the suspect list and drag him off to an interrogation room Luckily for Zach a 100 year old letter is not much evidence for better or worse of anything, and he is let go He still has no clue where his best friend is, though, so After receiving an impossible letter from his best friend dated 1892 after Laurie s second disappearance, Zach does what any level headed person would do he goes to the cops And they do what any level headed law enforcement division would do place him on the top of the suspect list and drag him off to an interrogation room Luckily for Zach a 100 year old letter is not much evidence for better or worse of anything, and he is let go He still has no clue where his best friend is, though, so he high tails it to Trinidad, New Mexico where the letter was sent from in hopes of finding some answers He isn t exactly thrilled when the answer seems to be to pull him over a hundred years into the past and into the loving arms of a band of outlaws who plan to sell his lily white ass as compensation for a poker game he interrupted And Zach might now be in the right century to confront his best friend, but Laurie might as well be a million miles away, still, since it doesn t look like the pyscho holding him hostage is ever going to let him go Not without a hefty payout, at least Even Layton, the soft hearted outlaw who tries to befriend Zach, is not much help Stuck in the wilds of the New Mexico Territory, Zach must somehow survive long enough to find his friend and hopefully some way back to the land of cellphones, cars, and proper grooming products.Taking up shortly after the end of the second book in this series, Honey From the Lion, this story can pretty easily be read as a stand alone Though I will say that this one does somewhat spoil the ending of the second book, so if you are planning on reading Honey I would absolutely say read it before starting this Wild as the West Texas Wind incidentally, book one, Heroes for Ghosts, which I will be reviewing later this week, is not connected to either of these so it can be read at any point Honey also offers a nice primer on what to expect out this story, so I would also recommend it for that reason And on top of all that it is just a really good book I thoroughly enjoyed it.I also really liked this one, though I had a few issues with some of the content, so it didn t quite hit the mark that book two set The writing is still just as good though I ve been incredibly impressed by how easily Jackie North has made the mixing of the two times seem The language that happens in present time, as well in the 1892 where a majority of this story takes place , each feel realistic, yet when Zach is in the past he still talks like he normally does though he sometimes has to modify his colloquialism to try and make sense Which is something I appreciate I always find it weird in time travel stories where the person who goes back in time tries to affect the dialect or dialogue style of the historical characters right away, and it ends up feeling like a bad high school play Zach doesn t become another person by simple virtue of traveling through time He is a man from the 21st century trapped in the late 19th century and pretty damn pissed about it.Which after you get into the story you will understand why I was pretty damn well pissed on his behalf as well.All I ll say is Fuck you, Tom Ketchum I hope you get slowly digested by a sarlacc over the course of a thousand years and feel every damn second of it.Wow, that was actually rather cathartic I should curse horrible fictional characters on aregular basis.I think overall this was a really good story Though by the end, as you can tell, you really want Tom to suffer some horrible, unending rash, in incredibly awkward places But that tension that is built from his looming assholishness makes for some good back and forth between Zach and Layton Granted, your frustration with Layton mounts with every chapter, but the story did a good job of showing just why it is taking him so long to do the right thing.My one real gripe here is that the sex stuff comes into play before Layton gets his shit together It wasn t enough to piss me off, or make me hate him, but ugh, couldn t the story have waited till after the two were not in this weird semi captor captive relationship thing to get their sexy times on I get whythey did it There was some serious chemistry going on between them, but thestory, I don t think, would have suffered all that much from waiting till that whole dubious consent area was gone completely It might have required the readers to wait a bit longer, and as this is, it is a bit of a slow burner, but I would have much preferred that over this consent issue I now have.It didn t ruin the story, by any means, but it did make the story a bit less fun for me Still, this was a really great story, and once you accept that you are going to want to hunt Tom down and feed him piece by piece to a rabid piranha, then you are in for one hell of a ride I don t know if Jackie North has anyof these stories planned, whether connected to these two orstand alone like the first one, but I m all up for reading them if she does I ve had a lot of fun with this series and they are some high tier time travel stories for lovers of the sub genre like me This book was provided free in exchange for a fair and honest review for Love Bytes Go there to check out other reviews, author interviews, and all those awesome giveaways Click below.

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  5. says:

    Jackie has done it again I rarely read historical fiction but she is one of a very few authors I will It s also time travel done in a way I like In book one Laurie left his friends behind but Zach, out trying to find clues, suddenly finds himself in 1892 and in the hands of a ruthless outlaw Layton is part of the gang but he s far different than the others I m thrilled with the authentic feel and descriptions of New Mexico in the story and the details of life in that time From living rough Jackie has done it again I rarely read historical fiction but she is one of a very few authors I will It s also time travel done in a way I like In book one Laurie left his friends behind but Zach, out trying to find clues, suddenly finds himself in 1892 and in the hands of a ruthless outlaw Layton is part of the gang but he s far different than the others I m thrilled with the authentic feel and descriptions of New Mexico in the story and the details of life in that time From living rough to how a staying in a home is arranged is easy to imagine The alternating perspectives are excellent, giving a window into Zach mind as he faces this shocking change he s experienced and then exploring Layton s turmoil over old loyalties but wanting to help and save Zach This is extremely slow burn but it s beautifully tender when Zach and Layton find a moment to explore each other The ups and downs of suspense and anticipation about killed me too, continuing until almost the very last chapter It does end rather abruptly, not really a cliffhanger but I still had quite a few questions There has to be another book coming and I m sure it s going to be Maxton s You could read this on its own I suppose but I d highly recommend Laurie and John s story book two first So good

  6. says:

    3.5 starsThis was same rating for me as the last book, for a different and same reason at the same time This was a LOTfast paced than the second book, a lotexciting, with high stakes and a muchinteresting plot So it wasn t a slow story at all, which was a plus But I didn t quite feel as big a connection between Zach and Layton as I had with John and Laurie While their story was SO slow, at least we got a ton of scenes of them connecting and watching them fall in love For Z 3.5 starsThis was same rating for me as the last book, for a different and same reason at the same time This was a LOTfast paced than the second book, a lotexciting, with high stakes and a muchinteresting plot So it wasn t a slow story at all, which was a plus But I didn t quite feel as big a connection between Zach and Layton as I had with John and Laurie While their story was SO slow, at least we got a ton of scenes of them connecting and watching them fall in love For Zach and Layton, there were little moments sprinkled here and there, but a lot of time was spent with the other outlaws and Zach was basically being tortured by Tom Ketchum and then Zach getting sick and recovering at the ranch with Layton, but then he was pissed at Layton and thought the worst of him for going along with Tom Ketchum and not doing anything to help Zach escape It was only near the end of their stay at the ranch that they really started to connect.So it took too long to get that connection between them, and then there was soooo little steam even less then the last two books and then shit was happening at the end and then they barely have a chance to catch their breath and agree to be together before it was justover That bothered me.Also, yes, this a spoiler, but Zach doesn t tell Layton about the time travel either Like, why the fuck My ONLY guess is that it will all come out in Maxton s book which, I believe there will be one, if I m not mistaken and I will read that just to hope that all of them will tell their guys about the time travel I think Maxton will go back in time tooand I bet his LI will be the Sheriff of the town Laurie and John live in because this is just ridiculous.We get to see Laurie and John at the end of this, but of COURSE Laurie still hasn t told John and it s justpissing me off Now Zach with Layton too You Are Keeping Something From Your Boyfriends That s not okay And I cannot tell you how much it annoyed me that Zach would say all these modern things and Layton wouldn t understand and Zach wouldn t explain shit and then Layton would shrug it off and ignore it The SAME thing happened with Laurie and John in the last book It was beyond frustrating.But why did I round up to 4 stars with this Well, the action was exciting, I was so happy this wasn t as slow and boring at times as the last book, and while Zach and Layton could have connected a lot , I still enjoyed their connection at times although I didn t quite feel the love once they got to confessing it There just wasn t enough between them At times I wonder if Zach even liked Layton with how pissed he was at him But then at times I could clearly see how Zach liked Layton But it was up and down, and I just wantedfrom Zach s side, and justconnection overall And yes yes, sex isn t everything, especially penetrative sexbut I was expecting it, not gonna lie Instead all we got was one handjob scene and one blowjob scene that was over pretty quickly, on both ends I wantedheat and passion, and yeah,romance The lack of romance compared to the last two books left the sex scenes lacking Also, while I very much enjoyed the plot in this over the last one, I was happy that Zach made it to Laurie and they were able to reunite Their friendship is pretty great cough wishdepth had been given to Zach and Layton cough So, this definitely earned points for me with a good, wild plot that kept me guessing and on my feet as well and a MUCH faster pace but lost points for me with the not telling about the time travel, once again, and less of a connection for the romantic couple then I ve come to expect from this author The first two were SO good at the romance Which, the first book feels SO disconnected from these two, almost like a different series It was just so different with the going in the future and knowing about the time travel and the level of romance and everything That is still far and beyond my fave in this series.Here s hoping Maxton s book will be amazing and will also bring out the truth to all the boyfriends If not, I ll be pissed, ngl

  7. says:

    A Joyfully Jay review 3.75 starsWild as the West Texas Wind is the third book in Jackie North s time traveling Love Across Time series It takes place after the events of book two, Honey from a Lion, and it would be best to have read that book to fully understand the events taking place here as Zach is searching for what happened to his best friend, Laurie.It was easy to get caught up in this book initially as Zach is devasted when Laurie is missing and he searches for answers Zach then finds A Joyfully Jay review 3.75 starsWild as the West Texas Wind is the third book in Jackie North s time traveling Love Across Time series It takes place after the events of book two, Honey from a Lion, and it would be best to have read that book to fully understand the events taking place here as Zach is searching for what happened to his best friend, Laurie.It was easy to get caught up in this book initially as Zach is devasted when Laurie is missing and he searches for answers Zach then finds himself also in the year 1892 and immediately walks into trouble with Tom Zach is taken hostage by Tom and the gang and has no resources to escape or to continue his search for Laurie.Read Michelle s review in its entirety here

  8. says:

    2.5 Stars This book was, sadly, plain boring This was the slowest burn to ever not really burn at all I both liked and disliked both Zach and Layton but I didn t like them together at all Truly, Layton loved his horse the most of all To be fair, Tam was a good horse but still the love story between Layton and Zach should have had as much emotion It didn t The plot was drawn out too long and left a lot out There were big huge holes that had no answer and the boys don t really connect u 2.5 Stars This book was, sadly, plain boring This was the slowest burn to ever not really burn at all I both liked and disliked both Zach and Layton but I didn t like them together at all Truly, Layton loved his horse the most of all To be fair, Tam was a good horse but still the love story between Layton and Zach should have had as much emotion It didn t The plot was drawn out too long and left a lot out There were big huge holes that had no answer and the boys don t really connect until well after the 60% mark Part of the reason I went directly to this one was to catch up with Laurie and John and that doesn t even happen in a fulfilling way Additionally, while I kind of tried to let it go in the last book, the authors use of for drove me crazy for he did , for it was , for there was no for, for, for Ugh If it was made into a drinking game every reader would die of alcohol poisoning This one missed the mark widely for me

  9. says:

    3.5 stars

  10. says:

    This was superb it s just on 12.30am and I ve just finished and I am so, so enad with this story I thought I loved Honey From The Lion but this story just about beats it Jackie North KNOWS how to weave a story that draws you in and has you on the edge of your seat with its slow burn brilliance If you haven t read this series yet, what the hell are you doing Shoo, shoo get yourself toone click all three books you need to read Honey From The Lion before Wild As The West Te This was superb it s just on 12.30am and I ve just finished and I am so, so enad with this story I thought I loved Honey From The Lion but this story just about beats it Jackie North KNOWS how to weave a story that draws you in and has you on the edge of your seat with its slow burn brilliance If you haven t read this series yet, what the hell are you doing Shoo, shoo get yourself toone click all three books you need to read Honey From The Lion before Wild As The West Texas Wind because of linkages 5 5 stars

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