The Mountain Between Us (Eureka, Colorado, #2) by Cindy Myers

The Mountain Between Us (Eureka, Colorado, #2)

Cut off from the outside world by a blanket of snow, the holidays are usually a time for peace and quiet in tiny Eureka, Colorado. But this year the mountain town is in trouble. Thanks to a corrupt investor, the treasury is bankrupt, leaving residents to struggle through an especially harsh winter. Then there are those with more personal problems, like Maggie Stevens, pregnant and torn between single motherhood or drawing the father-to-be into a ...

Details The Mountain Between Us (Eureka, Colorado, #2)

TitleThe Mountain Between Us (Eureka, Colorado, #2)
Release DateJul 29th, 2014
GenreHoliday, Christmas, Fiction, Romance

Reviews The Mountain Between Us (Eureka, Colorado, #2)

  • Leea
    3.5 stars...Every once in awhile I get a book from Netgalley and i'm expecting one kind of read but I get another. I was expecting your tradition Contemporary Romance. Not a lot of depth, a singular couple that the book is focused on and cheesy moment. Don't think i'm bashing CR, no no no... It's a genre that I come back to time and time again. I was just pleasantly surprised by The Mountain Between Us.The Mountain Between Us is not a story about...
  • Julie Barrett
    The Mountain Between Us by Cindy MyersI was excited to be picked to read this book because I have read the other two related stories and love the locale and the characters.This is the continuing story about Maggie and she was only going to stay a week to settle her father's possessions after he died but she ended up staying. Now she is in love with Jameco Clark who's back from the war and runs the local saloon/ski instructor in season and rides a...
  • Angela
    A snowy Christmas romance! The Mountain Between Us is set in Colorado, in a tiny town where everyone leans on each other. The dynamics among the residents of Eureka remind me of those in Robyn Carr's Virgin River -- a focus on family, with woodsy, macho men who protect strong and emotional women. Cindy Meyers gives us DJ and Olivia, a former couple who may or may not get back together; and Maggie and Jameso, a newish couple who have some real obs...
  • Tiffany
    I received an advance copy of this title from in exchange for an honest review This was a very warm-hearted, small-town, holiday story. Welcome to Eureka, Colorado, an old mining town, where there is this fantastic group of characters, each struggling with their own life paths. We meet Olivia, who is young mother and a son, afraid of being hurt again by her ex-boyfriend who has come to town to win her back. Maggie, who finds herself...
  • Diana
    I really enjoyed the first book of the series, so I was excited & anxious to read this second book of the series. I do not take any pleasure in this, but out of 178 books that I have read this year, this book may be at the bottom of the barrel. My first thought after finishing the book, is that the author must really hate women after portraying so many of them as man-hating psychopaths. And not one, but two of the female characters main reason fo...
  • Merceda
    Had trouble keeping up with the characters. Or maybe it didn't keep my interest. Was getting the two guys and their girlfriends confused. And I could not imagine being that cold on Christmas Eve. That would be brutal.
  • Benita Anderson
    A good Christmas novelBook was wellwritten, but need a couple paragraph put into place to make the bookkeeper to follow. Plot is excellent.
  • Dona
    Well in this chapter of the story of Eureka, Colorado we have a baby on the way, love in the air -some good - some not so good- snow close two mountain pass and great community holiday spirit.
  • Diane Moore
    Actually a pretty sweet little book. I was drawn to this book because I love this part of Colorado. Even though I usually don't care very much for romantic novels, I enjoyed the time I spent in Eureka, Colorado at Christmas via this book.
  • SOS Aloha
    The mountains are calling and I must go. - John Muir. I became a fan of Cindy Myers when I read THE VIEW FROM HERE, the book preceding THE MOUNTAIN BETWEEN US. In fact, I remember reading THE VIEW FROM HERE during the Scouts' overnight encampment aboard the USS Missouri. I stayed up all night, in my sailor bunk, reading it with a flashlight. Myers drew me into Eureka, Colorado and I didn't want to leave. I was happy to rejoin the gang in Eureka w...