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Get the three books of the “A Place Called Home” western romance series here in one volume! Far Hills Ranch has bound together the Susland family for nearly a century and a half. For just as long, there’s been a legend that the ranch and its family are cursed. Now, says the legend, the current generation is the last with a chance to break the curse. BOOK 1: LOST AND FOUND GROOM A stranger rescues her, then disappears when she needs him most... Until he knocks on her door, years later and half a world away... On assignment 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 that months later leads to a baby, which Kendra fully expects to raise on her own, since her search for the father is a fruitless one. Three years later, "Paulo" shows up at her Wyoming home, identifying himself as Daniel Delligati. He says he's come for his son -- and for her. BOOK 2: AT THE HEART’S COMMAND The Army's sending him back to the western life he knew as a boy, the world of cowboys and cattle on Far Hills Ranch ... and back to the love he knew as a boy. But how can he even dream of second chances at love, when they should have no chance at all. Colonel John Griffin Jr. is the best kind of military man. He's a good and honorable soldier who's determined to protect Ellyn Sinclair at all costs – especially from himself. Once, he’d rejected a young Ellyn’s advances, because he could not give her the life she deserved. Instead, Grif stood up as best man when Ellyn married his best friend. He became a member of the family, a safe friend to her, the godfather of her children. But Ellyn is a widow now, back in Far Hills, Wyoming, living on his family's ranch there with her two young children, and struggling as a single parent to give her children what they need. No matter what it costs him, Grif will do his duty – help Ellyn and her children, while ignoring that he has never stopped wanting her. “A beautiful, emotional story that cuts right through the reader's heart.” Rendezvous "Grif is a hero of the most wonderful kind" - Road to Romance BOOK 3: HIDDEN IN A HEARTBEAT SARA Rising Star Award winner VRW HOLT Award finalist Rebecca Dahlgren comes west to Wyoming hoping for answers to her unknown heritage. But from the first moment, she finds Far Hills Ranch foreman Luke Chandler hard to miss. The sexy cowboy, with those sleepy eyes that aren't interested in sleeping, means just the sort of trouble her patrician grandmother has always warned her about. Luke has his own reasons for wanting to steer clear of anything like commitment. But the secrets behind Rebecca’s dark eyes keep luring him on … even if it means baring his own heart. Rendezvous says of the third book in the A Place Called Home western fiction series: "Brilliant conclusion to a magnificent series of stories readers will want for their keeper shelves." "A heartwarming, heart-stopping, delectable love story" - Old Book Barn Gazette ~~~ Reader Reviews for Patricia McLinn’s A Place Called Home stories: “Great romance. Page turner.” “Very intense in places, both with love and adventure.” “I enjoyed the love story but more I loved each and every character’s personal story told just right! Some suspense, heartbreak and mystery!” “So different from other romance novels…amazing.” “Terrific. This is the first book I read by this author and I will definitely read her others.” “This was very good. READ, READ!!! “If you love emotional stories with complex characters, especially strong heroines and heart-stopping heroes, don't miss this!” “As always with Patricia McLinn's books, this is well written and heartfelt .. . her books never disappoint.” “Liked the twists and turns.” “A book you will read more than once.” “Just the right balance of romance, action and mystery.”
After the death of her grandfather, Christine Bennett escapes the small community of Baxter to find new love, new faith, and a new life, after being threatened by her evil cousin Vince Jeffers.
When Indians kill her husband on the trail to Kentucky, Livi Talbot and her two young children bury him then continue their trek on the Wilderness Road to what David promised would be their new home. While Livi settles into the wilderness cabin David built with his own hands, Reid Campbell, David's best friend and Livi's nemesis, arrives. A wanderer who spends more time with Indians than whites, Reid produces a document stating all holdings revert to him, in the case of David's death. Reid insists Livi and the children return to Virginia, but Livi refuses. She's too far along in her pregnancy with David's last child, to travel. Summer ensues, filled with hard work, danger from Indian raids and a constant battle of wills between Livi and Reid. As winter deepens, Reid helps Livi deliver David's son. Reid knows he should gift the cabin and land to Livi and walk away, but his heart has finally found a family and a place called home. REVIEWS: "...stirs the reader's emotions. A story of a remarkable women's desire to forge her own destiny and follow her heart. A novel to remember." ~Kathe Robin Romantic Times "...keeps you reading to the exclusion of all else. This is probably the best book on the period I have ever read." ~Rendezvous "This lady can spin a tale of historical magic. She does that and more in this beautiful story of Livi Talbot and her long road to happiness." ~The Readers' Voice THE WOMEN'S WEST SERIES, in series order So Wide the Sky Color of the Wind A Place Called Home Painted by the Sun Moon on the Water Bride of the Wilderness
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