Read “Bitterroot Crossing” by Tess Oliver with Rakuten Kobo. A love triangle that crosses centuries For Nick Crush, the only thing cool about his town. Bitterroot Crossing By Tess Oliver – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. A love triangle that crosses centuries For Nick Crush, the only thing cool about his town, Bitterroot Crossing, is the gang of outlaw ghosts that.

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Most of the story is about the descendants following in the foot steps of their family. Honestly, it’s just too unbelievable. The Complete Love Bug Series.

Jessie, descendant of Rachel, Zedekiah’s only love is going to the local high school for the first time. This is the first story I ever read by Tess Oliver and has proven not to be my last.

Just curl up by the fireplace, get a cozy blanket, grab your comfort food and buckle in for a few hours of sappy love entertainment. Jessie Sterling inherited her great-great-grandma’s shorter left leg and incredible beauty, a beauty that a century and a half earlier sparked a love triangle that ended in tragedy.

Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. The reason why this book does not get a topnotch rating from me is because this story is told in alternating perspectives, and while that rocks, I absolutely love alternating pov’s, the characters started to completely mesh together towards the end.


Review of Bitterroot Crossing by Tess Oliver – .Under The Mountain

So it is a GOOD read. For Nick Crush, the only thing cool about his town, Bitterroot Crossing, is the gang of outlaw ghosts that rise occasionally from the town’s swamp. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

Fess this a world where ghosts wandering about is normal?

How to write a great review. Great, fast, fun read! It was a good story but it just didn’t quite have that extra crossnig for me to solidly land it in to the four category. Spam comments will be deleted.

The review must be at least 50 characters long. You can actually see why Jessie would be torn between the two of them. Zedekiah Tes was in love with Jessie’s great-great-great grandmother, Rebecca, and in a bitteroot off with the towns lawman, over more things than the law.

Heat Wave Volume Two. I just could not get really into it. Both books by this author that I’ve read seem perfect for middle grade readers, though very concerned with “true love”, which may or may not be the best reading material to promote to the impressionable How to write a great review.

Bitterroot Crossing by Tess Oliver – FictionDB

o,iver Unfortunately the characters themselves do not exactly treat it as a love triangle, all of them deep down seem to know exactly who belongs with whom which takes a little away from it in my opinion.


The story was fun and the dialogue between characters was engaging. We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. You’ve successfully reported this review. I’m a 26 year old book blogger from Somerset in the UK. But then reading the views for it just pretty much made up my mind.

Stone Brothers Complete Series. Well in the small town of haunted Bitterroot Crossing, a lot. All the while, her sudden presence in the town has caused the other ghostly members of the Crush gang to step up their game and bring even more mayhem than usual for the town.

Review of Bitterroot Crossing by Tess Oliver

Paranormal historical romance fans. You’ve successfully reported this review. Apr 25, Melissa rated it liked it. Please review your cart. Will def continue to be a fan of hers! Oct 27, Fred rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Recommended to Kelley by: September 6, ISBN: Firstly, I had fallen in love with Tess’s writing in her book Freefall so I decided that I would choose something a bit different – and this certainly fit the bill and secondly, the dude on the front caught my eye when Tess posted the new cover on twitter.