Lost and Found Groom, a western romance (A Place Called Home, Book 1)

Lost and Found Groom, a western romance (A Place Called Home, Book 1)

Patricia McLinn

Language: English

Pages: 256

ISBN: B00457VKJY

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Lost and Found Groom, a western romance (A Place Called Home, Book 1)

Patricia McLinn

Language: English

Pages: 256

ISBN: B00457VKJY

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Can they have a second chance at love ... when they never had a first chance?

“While following a story in distant Santa Estella, hardheaded journalist Kendra Jenner finds herself in the middle of a vicious hurricane. . .and unexpectedly in the arms of a stranger who speaks virtually no English. Fear leads to passion leads to their making a baby, a baby which Kendra fully expects to raise on her own, since her search for Matthew's father – who she only knows as Paulo Ayudor – is a fruitless one. Then, three years later, her "Paulo" shows up out of the blue at her home in Wyoming, speaking the perfect English of an American, and identifying himself as Daniel Delligati. He announces he's come for his son. . .and for her." - (From an Amazon review by Karen Templeton)

A Place Called Home Trilogy

Can they lift the curse that has haunted the Wyoming ranch they love?

Read the complete contemporary western romance series:

Book 1 – Lost and Found Groom

Book 2 – At the Heart’s Command

Book 3 – Hidden in a Heartbeat

If you especially enjoy western romances, also try these other books by Patricia:

The Bardville, Wyoming Trilogy

A Stranger in the Family

A Stranger to Love

The Rancher Meets His Match

Wyoming Wildflowers series

Wyoming Wildflowers: The Beginning (A prequel)

Almost a Bride

Match Made in Wyoming

My Heart Remembers

-- A New World (prequel to Jack’s Heart)

Jack’s Heart (Yellow Monkeyflower)

-- Rodeo Nights (prequel to Where Love Lives)

Where Love Lives: The Inheritance (Threadleaf Phacelia)

Historical western romance

Widow Woman

Courting a Cowboy

... and east of the Mississippi, try:

The Wedding Series

Prelude to a Wedding

Wedding Party

Grady's Wedding

The Runaway Bride

The Christmas Princess

-- Hoops (prequel to The Surprise Princess)

The Surprise Princess

-- Not a Family Man (prequel to The Forgotten Prince)

The Forgotten Prince, coming in 2016

Falling for Her

I'm With the Bears: Short Stories from a Damaged Planet

Academic Exercises

5 metros de cuentos perversos

I'm With the Bears: Short Stories from a Damaged Planet

Maps in a Mirror: The Short Fiction of Orson Scott Card

Steaming into a Victorian Future: A Steampunk Anthology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ranch, never the places she’d lived with her mother. Seeing it now, he couldn’t imagine anywhere more different from where he’d spent most of the past five years. Far Hills and Santa Estella both had mountains, but that was the only connection. These mountains, unlike the lush peaks of Santa Estella so covered by vegetation that they were hard to see, stood out in stark relief, seeming unintimidated by a sky that could overwhelm the senses. Leading up to the peaks were folds of earth bleached

of us.” She placed two packets of pictures on the table. “So, how far have you gotten?” “We haven’t even started.” “Except to talk about the curse.” A glint of mischief lit Ellyn’s eyes as she tucked curling strands of rich brown hair back into a loose knot at her nape. Kendra was glad to see Ellyn’s humor returning after Dale Sinclair’s death, she just wished Ellyn had found a different topic. “It’s not a curse, it’s a legend. And I wish you’d never badgered me into telling you about it,”

try and that counted for something. Kendra had brought her sidestepping horse nearby. Daniel couldn’t take his eyes off her. The sun caught strands of loose hair beneath her hat, burnishing them to red. Her eyes sparkled almost pure green and her cheeks glowed with anticipation. Luke checked the stirrups, slapped Ghost lightly on the butt, and they were on their way. “This path used to be paved,” Kendra said as they followed a trail away from the barn. “My grandfather’s sister got polio as a

scoop on Taumaturgio.” “Taumaturgio?” Ellyn stumbled over the pronunciation. “It means miracle worker. A legend on Santa Estella. Sort of a cross between the Scarlet Pimpernel and Robin Hood. Some authorities there were incredibly corrupt, lining their pockets with proceeds from aid meant for the island’s children. Taumaturgio ‘liberated’ supplies before the officials could sell them, and he took them to the children. He also flew kids who desperately needed specialized medical care into the

virtual hermit, but Matthew had a fine time forming a chorus of “Who dat’s” with Emily before they both drifted off to sleep. Meg and Ben, on the other hand, said little, but avidly watched the movies of their parents as youngsters–especially their father. Ellyn had been totally silent until another reel started. “I don’t remember seeing these before.” “You might not have. You remember them, don’t you, Kendra?” Yes, she remembered them. She remembered her mother watching them hour after hour,

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