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Unbroken Hearts (Easton Series Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Anna Murray

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Product Description

Orphaned on the trail and deceived by an outlaw sheriff, Sarah Anders is on the verge of a career as a soiled dove at Lola's brothel. She desperately grabs at her only chance for honest work -- at the Mineral Creek Ranch, owned by handsome Cal Easton. While working as a nurse to Cal's mother, a stroke victim, she learns that Cal is a man haunted by the past and cursed by a deadly enemy bent on destroying his family and his successful ranch operation. Sarah also hides a secret past, which Cal must uncover and reconcile before they are free to love.

This book contains romantic sex, old west adventure, and raw cowboy humor.

324 pages; Easton Hearts Series

BOOK EXCERPT
Copyright 2008

Roy eased the wagon slowly down the hill; he'd catch hell from Cal if he made "a damn thundering entrance" into town.

Through the dust of Main Street the men caught sight of a young woman on a white pony. Ned Kingman, Lola's hired man, was standing with his head bowed alongside her. A small group of men crushed in on the pair.

"Must be a new gal at Lola's," Roy drawled. "She's on the white -- means she's had, ah, no more than five men." He rolled his eyes and chuckled.

Cal didn't reply. He tipped his hat back, and leaned forward in the seat. Lola always introduced the new gals by strolling them down the street on a pony, always led by Ned.

"Saints be praised," muttered Roy, "we didn't smell this one two miles out."

"Hell Roy, they got to advertise somehow --"

Cal didn't finish his thought. The physical world had suddenly faded. His dark eyes were filled with a pretty young woman in pink, seemingly oblivious to the bustle around her. Sadness touched at the corners of her mouth, in the place where her lips curved into the soft skin of her cheeks . . .

His heart beating wildly in his ears, Cal stared. When she coyly looked up and acknowledged his presence, it felt like springtime rumbling over a long, lonely winter. Why was such beauty destined for Lola's?

BOOKS IN THE SERIES

Unbroken Hearts
Healing Hearts
Untamed Hearts
Undaunted Hearts

ABOUT THE SERIES

Long ago John Easton brought his bride to the western territory. There he made his fortune in a copper mining partnership, and he used the mining profits to purchase a ranch. After John was killed, his sons, Cal and Roy, took over running the operation. John's wife suffered a stroke shortly after his death, and while caring for her the Easton men adopted two trail-orphaned sisters, Sarah and Emily Anders. The Easton Hearts series is the story of this second generation. It tells the unique tale of how Cal and Roy built a family amidst the hardships of post-Civil War Montana.


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  • Print Length: 296 pages
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  • Language: English
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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars  22 reviews
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2.0 out of 5 stars Was difficult for me to finish... 26 May 2012
By Sabrina - Published on Amazon.com
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I almost didn't finish this book - it seemed like the author was just using unnecessary words/sentences/paragraphs to say something fairly simple. It was exhausting. When it took the local "madame" 13 paragraphs just to ponder her luck at finding a new innocent girl to turn a buck with, I knew I was in trouble. She could've conveyed the same thoughts with half the words. And it would've kept my attention and made it more interesting. I also have a hard time reading any book that uses the word "Er" in conversations so much...who actually says that? She seemed so set upon describing every little detail that it was repetitive..Cal's mouth tightened, his jaw tightened, his voice tightened...and so on. I liked Emily and Roy and even Ned- those characters rang true. I enjoyed the storyline with Mama - it was very touching. But Sarah and Cal seemed forced. Cal was an upstanding man of 30 - he's also supposedly very intimidating - yet he tells Sarah (a 19 yr old orphan) not to leave after less than 12 hours at his ranch. He's already got feelings for her even though just a few hours earlier he was angry that she came with him. So, it was weird for me...some of the story dragged on and on and then some parts seemed too rushed. Overall, this wasn't a story that I can recommend...and I probably won't read the next in the series. It just didn't work for me.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Unsatisfactory read for me. 16 May 2012
By grateful - Published on Amazon.com
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I am very unsatisfied with this book. Based on the reviews and rating I was truly looking forward to reading the book. However, the outcome is quite unimpressive. I felt that it was cliche and juvenile. The story line was not developed and a bit superficial. I finished the book, but skimmed over a lot of the descriptions and "filler" sentences. A lot of the writing, I felt, was just filler words and talking about the actions of the characters ("he picked up the metal pail which was a bit heavy, but not too heavy for him to pick up"). I know I am exagerating with my example description, but by the end of the book I was over it.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved this book! 1 July 2009
By A. Bass - Published on Amazon.com
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I can't think of a single thing I didn't like about this book... The story is great. I just hope Roy gets his own story.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Unbroken and not interesting. 14 July 2014
By Dora M. Gourley - Published on Amazon.com
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I thought this would be a great book after reading the description. But, the author has put way too much filler in and that just turned me off. There are also lots of misinformation as to how things work out. For example: He ambled! Her senses hummed. Women don't growl in dismay, they likely would sign or moan. Men don't glide, cattle bawl, they don't bray. Mules and donkey bray! And on and on. I think the author had a good idea for a story, but she just had a first novel or juvenile attempt at this one. I got it free and I am happy at that. Cannot recommend it. Explicit sex is also a turn off.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Fair 29 Oct 2012
By jean - Published on Amazon.com
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I had a hard time finishing this book. It had its moments but it did not sustain my interest. I can not reccomend this book.
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