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- Print Length: 242 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 23, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01J0DWJSI
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #168,521 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The plot is full of mystery, suspense, secrets, devious characters, nefarious acts, and then throw in a determined woman, who won’t let anyone stop her from her dream and work. Ella will defy convention, will move to the shack and live on the ranch as an unmarried lady. Titus will move to the barn, and they will try and get along. Evil is lurking and has a sinister plan, wanting the land owned by Walter, but how far will they go to obtain the property? One man has been trying to buy the land for years, is he behind all the trouble. There is a great cast of characters with plenty of angst and entertainment. This is a clean story and will read well as a standalone but more enjoyable as the series in the order written.
Ella, like any woman, has dreams, she wants a man to love that will love her unconditionally, allow her to be his partner and work together and hopefully have children as part of that love. But no man has come along that makes her feel loved. Titus Cain is living with demons of his past, a cruel, abusive father who told Titus he was just like him. He refuses to be that man or put any woman in danger, so he vows not to marry. Titus and Ella have a love-hate working relationship. They both notice the other, but both have decided not to marry for various reasons. Living on a ranch together leads tongues to wagging, but one unfortunate event will alter their life, even if it was innocent. The guilt of entrapment, an unwanted marriage of convenience, but what about love and desire? Was Walter’s plan of joint ownership a form of matchmaking from the grave?
As they work together and find clues to the identity of the murderer and face dangers together romance develops despite the verbal sass and bating of each other. They are found in a compromising situation and have to face the consequences together until the two stubborn pair found a way to a happy ever after.