I received this book from Bethany House Publishers for free for my honest review of this book.
Rural switchboard operator Georgie Gail is proud of her independence in a man's world ... which makes it twice as vexing when the telephone company sends a man to look over her shoulder.
Dashing Luke Palmer is more than he appears though. He's a Texas Ranger working undercover to infiltrate a notorious gang of train robbers. Repairing telephones and tangling with this tempestuous woman is the last thing he wants to do. But when his stake out puts Georgie in peril, he realizes more than his job is on the line.
I am a huge fan of Deanne Gist's books. I have read almost all of them and find myself not able to put them down. Love On The Line didn't seem to hold me the way the others did. The book was well researched as far as the era, telephone history, and even the information about birds and bird watching. I found the history information very interesting. The characters just didn't have the spark that Deanne Gist usually has in her books. I found it very easy to put down and that I was reading it to finish it.