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It’s so cold out there!  I wish I could stay inside by the fire with some hot chocolate and a good book.  If you are looking for something to read, try Heartland, by Davis Bunn.

Cowboy JayJay Parsons has no idea is going on.  One moment he is on a bus heading to California, and the next moment, the bus is in an accident.  He wakes up and finds himself in the wardrobe room at Centurion Studios in Riverside, California.  Stranger still, he is starring himself in a television series called Heartland, which the studio plans to make into a feature length movie.  JayJay finds a set of his own ranch with horses, a cranky sister, a beautiful leading lady, and a nefarious studio manager who wants to take down Centurion and its owner and will stop at nothing to make sure the movie fails.  What’s worse, JayJay’s whole life to this point may be just the script coming from the writer’s imagination.  But JayJay is a hero in all senses of the word, and his honest, friendly, straight-shooting approach to life, even this strange life he finds himself in, will be the catalyst that changes a doomed movie into a blockbuster, and changes a fragmented group of hardened, harried Hollywood people into a dedicated team of friends.
I closed this modern fantasy with a grin on my face.  I like stories where the good guys win.  So, bundle up, grab a good book, and stay warm!

Heartland cover

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