The Cowboy and the Rancher's Daughter #4 (The Cowboy and the Rancher's Daughter #4)
The long awaited cattle drive is finally here and Clara is ready to finish her first year as the sole owner of the Fuller Ranch. A lot is riding on getting the herd to market, but she and her men are prepared for just about anything.
The drive is going well and Jake couldn’t be prouder of all the rancher’s daughter has accomplished. She’s all woman but tough as any cowhand. When unexpected trouble strikes, Jake learns what happens when you’re too trusting. If the enemy has his way, they stand to lose it all. Can Jake and the woman he loves overcome the heartache ahead?
"I love a good western and this book did not disappoint! Short and sweet it kept me on the edge of my seat." -romance reader, Amazon.com reviewer
In "The Cowboy and the Rancher's Daughter" Book 1, Clara Fuller inherits her father’s ranch and quickly learns being in charge is not going to be all that easy. Raised around cattle, she knows the business inside and out, but few men are willing to work for a lady rancher.
Once a drifter, Jake Talley has finally found a place to call home. As the foreman of the Fuller Ranch, he doesn’t mind taking orders from a woman. He’s willing to do whatever it takes to help Clara Fuller succeed.
Edward Sinclair is a successful ranch owner who wants more. He’s used to getting what he wants, and few have dared to try and stand in his way. One piece of property is all he needs to have complete control of the county. There’s only one problem; the land belongs to Clara Fuller. That’s all right; he’s never met a problem yet he couldn’t erase.
Praise for Kari Mackenzie:
“Once I started reading this book, I just couldn't stop!”
-vp09, Amazon.com reviewer
“I had fun in the wild west and I really do admit that for me, this was a real page turner, I couldn't put it down at all!”
-Stephanie Lynn, Amazon.com reviewer
“What will Clara do? Will her and Jake become a couple? Will Sinclair obtain the Fuller ranch? These are all questions I hope will be answered in the next installment of this story.”
-Samantha Adams, Amazon.com reviewer
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