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Rachel and the Hired Gun

Romance


by
Elaine Levine

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 352 pages

File size: 532 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

From a captivating new voice in romance comes a sexy, intriguing tale set amidst the rugged grandeur of the American frontier. . .

When Rachel Douglas left her aunt’s house in Virginia for the wilds of the Dakota Territory, she knew the journey would be long and arduous. But she didn’t realize that she had been summoned west to be used as a pawn in a ranch war with her father’s neighbor–or that her fierce, sudden attraction to Sager, her father’s hired gun, would put her heart and her life in jeopardy.

Seducing Rachel and feeding a bitter feud between the two ranches was Sager’s plan of vengeance against those who slaughtered his Shoshone family. Instead, Rachel’s guileless mix of courage and vulnerability touches the conscience he thought he’d buried long ago, and draws them both into a passion without rules, without limits–one that will change their destinies forever. . .

From a captivating new voice in romance comes a sexy, intriguing tale set amidst the rugged grandeur of the American frontier. . .

When Rachel Douglas left her aunt’s house in Virginia for the wilds of the Dakota Territory, she knew the journey would be long and arduous. But she didn’t realize that she had been summoned west to be used as a pawn in a ranch war with her father’s neighbor–or that her fierce, sudden attraction to Sager, her father’s hired gun, would… (more)

From a captivating new voice in romance comes a sexy, intriguing tale set amidst the rugged grandeur of the American frontier. . .

When Rachel Douglas left her aunt’s house in Virginia for the wilds of the Dakota Territory, she knew the journey would be long and arduous. But she didn’t realize that she had been summoned west to be used as a pawn in a ranch war with her father’s neighbor–or that her fierce, sudden attraction to Sager, her father’s hired gun, would put her heart and her life in jeopardy.

Seducing Rachel and feeding a bitter feud between the two ranches was Sager’s plan of vengeance against those who slaughtered his Shoshone family. Instead, Rachel’s guileless mix of courage and vulnerability touches the conscience he thought he’d buried long ago, and draws them both into a passion without rules, without limits–one that will change their destinies forever. . .

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