Into The West Tina Harker is a typical teenager She loves hanging with her friends at the mall buying shoes and getting manicures Most of all she loves horses Her life is everything she wants until her father dr

  • Title: Into The West
  • Author: J.A.Campbell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 337
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  • Tina Harker is a typical teenager She loves hanging with her friends at the mall, buying shoes, and getting manicures Most of all, she loves horses Her life is everything she wants until her father drags their family to Arizona Now she s living in a virtual ghost town in the middle of the desert, millions of miles from the nearest shopping center.The one small highlighTina Harker is a typical teenager She loves hanging with her friends at the mall, buying shoes, and getting manicures Most of all, she loves horses Her life is everything she wants until her father drags their family to Arizona Now she s living in a virtual ghost town in the middle of the desert, millions of miles from the nearest shopping center.The one small highlight in the dreadful situation is the local ranch They have a horse Tina can ride anytime she wants Trying to make the best of her situation, Tina goes on her first cattle drive and gets a lot adventure than she expected.Bandits, cattle thieves, and a really cute cowboy are only the beginning as she finds out the ranch she is coming to love is in grave danger Can Tina find the strength to travel back in time and save the ranch when her very life is on the line It s no simple trip to the mall, but with a little help from her cowboy, she might just save the day.

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    1. Every child hates to move and Tina is no exception. She is leaving her best friend and a wonderful mall for desert and a old farm house. Tina's only consolation is that she can work for a local ranch where she can ride in exchange for a little hard work. When the ranch owner asked if she would like to go on a cattle drive with them she jumped at the chance. On their journey one of the calves goes astray however and her well trained horse takes her on a wild goose chase to retrieve it. You will n [...]

    2. Absolutely LOVED this second installment of Into the West. Full of action, and some romance too. I want a cowboy named Rowe Recommended for everyone and anyone.

    3. I haven't read many books lately that I wish would be turned into films (except anything by Nick Thacker, holy cow), but this one definitely meets that criteria! It's a completely exciting adventure with delicious imagery and enjoyable (relatable!) characters. I'd love to see JA Campbell write another like this. Her knowledge of riding is abundantly clear and she does a wonderful job of turning the desert into its own character. Her choice of descriptive words paint vivid, visceral pictures of t [...]

    4. Sagebrush Song is the second to last of this six part series about Tina - a young teen who has been reluctantly relocated to the wild west- and her cowboy Rowe, a young man who lives about 100 years before Tina They meet up and together take part in a bit of an adventure.???How is this possible? Well, there's some time travel involved. In the first four stories, Tina moved to a small town - pretty much a ghost town - with her family because her father's work made this necessary. She's a city gir [...]

    5. I've been following the writings of J.A. Campbell for quite a while now, and haven't had one bad experience reading her fiction. Now I usually keep my reading to the "adult" realm (being an advanced adult of 50something) but once in a while I get pulled into a good young adult story. J.A. Campbell's stories usually do this, as well as Lili Saintcrow's Y/A writing. It takes a good YA storyteller to keep my interest - because it's hard for a woman of 50 + years to stay interested in the doings of [...]

    6. Recently (April, 2011) I finished reading the e-book Range Feud, the second installment of Into The West, a series by J.A. Campbell. This is part of the new Electric Shorts series by Echelon Press, a series geared toward the reluctant reader from 7-17, although this series is for ages 13-17.The first installment was Westward, Yo! where we meet Tina Harker, displaced city girl. She's had to move to a ghost town in the boon docks because her father has work there. This is hard on Tina because even [...]

    7. First, a disclosure: I helped the author with line edits on this story; I was not compensated in any way. My review is based on the Kindle copy that I purchased, which, darn it, still had typos. So, I read this story twice: Once when I was editing and then again after I bought my kindle copy. Really, when I was doing the line edits, I wasn't paying a whole lot of attention to the story so I had to read it again, this time for the story.This is the final installment of Campbell's Into the West se [...]

    8. I'm one of those who enjoy a good cliff hanger ending. In the last story (Silver Rush), there was the best ever cliff hanger. Tina (the main character) had this compelling NEED to find Rowe, so she prepared for a day or two in the desert and went through The Canyon to find him. Only things didn't go as she planned; she ended up wandering around and became disoriented. Silver Rush ended with her passing out and vaguely seeing someone looming over - friend or foe?Luckily for Tina she was found by [...]

    9. "Range Feud" picks up shortly after the end of the first book, "Westward, Yo!". You can read this as a stand alone but it might be better enjoyed if you read them in order. These books are part of the new Electric Shorts series by Echelon Press, a series geared toward the reluctant reader from 7-17, although this series is for ages 13-17.Tina's adventures in the first story led to her being missing for a while and getting a second-degree sunburn. She tries to tell her family what happened but th [...]

    10. I enjoyed this installment of the story. It was sweet, with the romance between Tina and Rowe progressing nicely. There are several kissing scenes and I like that Campbell didn't take them further than that. It may not be all that realistic these days, to not have the teenage leads engage in sex, but it works within the context of the story and there are teens who don't engage in sex, though you wouldn't know it to listen to the news.This story picks up a few days after the last one, "Silver Rus [...]

    11. This is the third of Into The West - a series for young readers-available at Smashwords. I enjoyed it very much and am looking forward to reading the next installment - especially since Silver Rush ended with a heck of a cliff hanger. I like cliffhangers.Ms Campbell has put her main character threw quite a lot in this book. Between hostile teens, (thankfully Tina did meet a couple of nice kids), repeating dreams, her big-city BFF behaving distantly, missing her cowboy (the young man she met duri [...]

    12. In this installment of "Into The West" we see more of Tina and her everyday life. There's more teen angst than in the previous installments but also more character development. Tina is a teen age girl who's been uprooted, as is common, by a parents job, in case her father, to new town, worse, a new state. They live out in the middle of nowhere, she doesn't have a car and there's no public transportation (having grown up in a small, rural/suburban New England town that also lacked public transpo, [...]

    13. Into The West follows Tina as she is uprooted by her parents from her city life in New Jersey and moved to live out in the desert in Arizona. At first she’s extremely unhappy however the prospect of being able to ride at the local ranch whenever she wants in return for work makes the move a little easier. However soon she is involved in an exciting adventure, nothing of which she could have ever had back home, with a cute cowboy to boot.This book is aimed at ages thirteen and up and is a light [...]

    14. JA Campbell was a guest here on her release day for this story, talking about the new series. I was intrigued by the concept of the digital short stories to lure in new readers and wanted to give her story a try. And I am a sucker for horses. My sister and I had a horse when we were teens and I grew up reading horse stories. This was a quick, enjoyable read that kept me engaged. I'm looking forward to the rest of her shorts (#2, Range Feud, is already on my Kindle) that will be released (and she [...]

    15. This was a lovely read by a great author. I know that this is just the first of her shorts that will be released (along with a novel later) and I can't wait to get a hold of the others, now. Admittedly, I was a bit skeptical about the wild-wild-west theme that it seemed to run with, but I was happily surprised by the outcome. Many of the themes even echoed thoughts that I've recently been having regarding the contrast of country-folk and city-folk. Having grown up in a small town and now living [...]

    16. At first, I will confess I was a little put off by the whole western theme as I normally do not read books of this variety especially those from the YA genre. Although, it is not a common theme in YA. I found the story slow to start and was a little oft-put by the main character's rather overwhelming teenaged angst. As Tina became more settled in her new life, I found her more likeable and the pace of the story picked up significantly. I like where the story went even though the ending was a tad [...]

    17. Range Feud is a rather significant improvement over Westward, Yo! which isn't surprising as it immediately picks up where the last left off. The story starts into the action immediately and the pacing is great. For a short time I was did wonder if Tina was suffering from 'too stupid to live' syndrome but, fortunately for her, she did rectify her actions. In this installment of the series, there is more about the "paranormal" elements that were previously introduced which was nice but, again, on [...]

    18. Stayed up way later than I should have reading this. I don't read very many short stories, or young adult (outside of work, anyway). I thoroughly enjoyed Westward Yo!. I really loved the main character's pov, the fact that you could tell she was a typical teen, and that she also loved her family. All this in a short story. Anyway, there are supernatural elements to this story, along with a cool horse and a mysterious Medicine Man. I don't want to give anything away. The story was tame enough for [...]

    19. Horse lovers of the world may now jump for joy!! What a wonderful new series! I just loved it. The city girl thrown into the country is always good for a chuckle. The story was well written with great characters. I don't even need to complain it ended more is coming soon! I adored the character Rowe (swoon) and will cross my fingers he will be back. My only complaint is the author didn't write this years ago when I was a crazy horse fanatic teen! If you know someone who loves horses this is a mu [...]

    20. In this latest installment of Into the West Tina's adventure continues to unfold. This time while checking the fence she is once again drawn to the mysterious canyon that takes her into the past. This book is a wonderful adventure that is like a long kiss good bye it leaves you hungry for more. It is written for young adults but I would recommend this book to anyone who likes, adventures, mysteries,and a little romance with a hunky cowboy.

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