Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Page Turner Blog Tour: Climb the Highest Mountain by Rosanne Bittner (Giveaway!)

About the Book

Throughout years of struggle and determination and a love of freedom and the magnificent West, Zeke and Abigail Monroe have built an empire, bred a large family and made a name for themselves from Denver to Washington D.C.  Their children are older, and each is unique in his and her looks and life choices.  Some will be totally Indian at heart, some will turn away and deny their Indian blood.  

Through it all Zeke and Abbie have faced trial and tribulation, Indian wars and the Civil War, and experiences that would try the heart of the truest love.  But still they are together, and age has no affect on their passion and strength.  This book depicts the life of true American pioneers, with characters that will live in the hearts of readers for years to come.

“Zeke …”  Abbie spoke in a near whisper.  “Without you there would be no life for me.  With you I can bear anything that happens, but without you I am nothing.” 

He leaned down and kissed her neck.  “It’s the same for me,” he said softly.  “I need you, Abbie.” …

Their bodies seemed to melt together naturally, in tune to one another’s needs.

“Abbie, my Abbie,” he whispered, his lips moving against her flesh, drawing out her passion.  She touched his hair, breathing deeply, allowing herself to enjoy the moment fully, never knowing what tomorrow might bring.  She wanted him as much today as always, and she would love him forever …


Author Bio

I've been writing for nearly thirty years and to date have had 57 novels published, all about the American West of the 1800's and Native Americans. I write romance, but not the typical bodice-ripping adventures. My stories are deep love stories, often family sagas told as a series. It is the hero and heroine's love that holds them together through the trials and tribulations of settling America's western frontiers. I absolutely love the Rockies, the Tetons, the Sierras, and the wide-open plains, prairies and desert land west of the Mississippi. In my books, I strive to tell the truth about the settling of the West and how it affected our American Indians, as well as the gritty depth of what our brave pioneers suffered in their search for free land and a better life.

I am a member of the Nebraska and Oklahoma Historical Societies, my local southwest Michigan historical society, Women Writing the West, Mid-Michigan Romance Writers of America (treasurer) and the national RWA, and a local charity group called the Coloma Lioness Club. I help run a family business and love doing things with my three young grandsons. If you visit my web site at www.rosannebittner.com, where all my titles are listed as well as a page that lists all my many writing awards; or you can visit me on Facebook. At either site you will learn news of new books to come as well as reprints of many of my past titles soon to be published in trade paperback and as e-books! I also have an author site at Amazon.com.

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Tour Schedule

June 3, 2013
My Devotional Thoughts
Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews

June 4, 2013
Cathie Dunn writes...
Socrates' Book Review Blog

June 5, 2013
Have Novel, Will Edit
The Self-Taught Cook

June 6, 2013
Just One More Chapter
Romance Me

June 7, 2013
Janna Shay's Fair Play
Hywela Lyn (Romance That's  'Out Of This World')

June 10, 2013
Love Saves the World
Authors’ Cafe


  1. I do have Bittner book coming up soon :)

  2. I like when the author is very knowledgeable about the history she writes about. Makes the novels more believable. Looks like a good series.

  3. Wow--57 novels! The author's work sounds like wonderful historical fiction!


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