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Unwrapping the Ranchers Secret ➤ [Epub] ➞ Unwrapping the Ranchers Secret By Lauri Robinson ➮ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk A ghost of Christmas past Heiress Sara Johnson is shocked when the stepbrother she believed was dead returns to Colorado to claim his inheritance It might be the season of goodwill but Crofton Parks A ghost of Christmas past Heiress Sara Johnson is shocked when the stepbrother she believed was dead returns to Colorado to claim his inheritance It might be the season of goodwill but Crofton Parks seems determined to destroy his late father's empire Sparks fly as Crofton Unwrapping the PDF/EPUB or and Sara are forced to work together and soon she begins to uncover the secrets behind his disappearance and need for revenge But a far unsettling discovery is the desire he awakens in Sara This roguish rancher might just claim her heart by Christmas.

4 thoughts on “Unwrapping the Ranchers Secret

  1. Susan Susan says:

    Good book Sara has just buried her mother and stepfather who were killed in a carriage accident leaving her heir to his lumber business She's a bit nervous about stepping into the role but her father's assistant has been assiduous in offering his help She returns to her home to find a stranger sitting in her stepfather's officeCrofton was separated from his father when he was a child by a mother who refused to follow him into the wilderness Winston promised to send for Crofton as soon as he was able to Before he could he received word that Crofton had died in a fire and at the same time Crofton was told that Winston was dead When Crofton discovered the truth he was determined to find out why his father had deserted him But he also didn't want to show up with nothing to his name so he spent time developing a cattle ranch that would use the railroad to get the cattle to market When the proposed railroad fell through Crofton blamed his fatherWhen Crofton arrived he intended to investigate the death of his best friend who had been looking into the failed railroad project Instead he encountered Sara who was not the gold digger he expected After a rough beginning she insists that he is entitled to half the business As they work together to keep the mill productive an attraction begins to build Crofton also becomes very protective as shots are fired unexplained fires happen and other accidents It becomes obvious that someone isn't happy with Crofton's involvement I loved seeing the sparks fly between Crofton and Sara At first there is mutual distrust but that doesn't last too long as they are forced to work together Sara spends a fair amount of time trying to figure him out wondering why he is so angry at his father I loved the way she was determined to show him just how much Winston had loved and mourned him Crofton hadn't had any intention of getting involved with the mill but he was determined to help Sara learn how to run it I loved the way that he was so impressed by her intelligence and the inner strength that she was finding It wasn't long before they were falling hard for each other There are a couple scenes where his feelings are pretty obvious though she doesn't see them By the time she does he's pulling away for reasons of his own I loved the ending with Sara taking matters into her own handsThe mystery of the problems with the mill was really well done The danger built in a steady manner that kept the story moving As it built to a climax Crofton became worried for Sara's safety The final confrontation brought danger to Sara enlightenment to Crofton as he cleverly pieced together the truth and a twist regarding one of the players The person behind it all came as a real surprise

  2. SuperWendy SuperWendy says:

    I should have DNF'ed this because it never succeeded in grabbing me My reading experience here was largely indifferent I suspect because the plot was a bit too loosey goosey for too long There's the long lost son hero with an evil mother the adoptedpampered step daughter heroine who came from nothing two dead parents a dead best friend and intrigue surrounding the family lumber mill and a lucrative railroad contract The whole thing was adrift at sea for entirely too long Also the ending annoyed me no end You know that criticism that the romance genre reinforces traditional female societal roles? Yeah that And I'm well aware this is a historical romance but it still yanked my chain

  3. Jessica Figueroa Jessica Figueroa says:

    After the death of her stepfather Sara's dead stepbrother returns Something suspicious about his return and the fact that hes back from the dead It's pretty obvious the reasons he's back soon after the death of his father Not only that unexplainable things start to happen fires shootings and accidents in other words a mystery to solveI loved this book there was plenty going on to keep me hooked I thought it was interesting getting the step brothers point of view in seeing waht went on on his side of the story on what really happens when it came to his death and the reason on why he was back I loved the Sara was pretty strong willed and was willing to take over her what he father left after his death even if it wasn't much of a role for a female like her during that time I'm not a fan of historical fiction romance but I'm slowly warming up to it and I can honestly say I really enjoyed this book I loved seeing the mystery unfold I enjoyed seeing the sparks fly between the two I loved every mishaps and when it came to this book there was never a dull moment Overall I really enjoyed it it was a pretty good book

  4. Jo (Mixed Book Bag) Jo (Mixed Book Bag) says:

    Lauri Robinson always writes a good story and Unwrapping the Rancher's Secret is no exception Sarah and Crofton are both interesting characters who have to deal with each other in a very trying time The death of Sarah's mother and step father bring Crofton and Sarah together Both are in danger and the story does a great job of building the danger I was a little surprised to find out who was the bad guy It was fun to try to guess even though I was wrong The one thing I did not like about the book the title For me it did not fit the story

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