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The Rancher Takes a Wife Mass Market Paperback – 1791
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The Players are few:
Melissa Avery the owner of the Hip Hop Cafe wants to expand and needs the lot next to the Cafe to do it. She thinks about buttering up the banker, Paul Rodel especially after Wyatt North shows up.
Wyatt North is her teenager lover who married another woman, Shannon Kiley, who claims she is pregnant with his child. After getting drunk, of course. After 6 years he is back in Whitehorn.
Now his divorce is nearly final but he also has a young son, Timmy.
Shannon is the spoiled daughter of the State Senator, Wilber Kiley. And she needed marriage to save face.
Somehow Wyatt abducts Melissa, who is determined to bring him to his knees. But she can't figure out whether she wants revenge or justice?
Melissa is determined to have nothing to do with Wyatt but after a few kisses comes the sex. [like they can't fall in love without sex?]
Melissa is also determined to find her father Charlie's killer. She is impatient and thinks the law is moving too slow.
She decides to hire a Private Investigator, Nick Dean. [his story is next with Sara Lewis in Outlaw Lovers.]
It is a good enough read for the Saga but is a plot with not much action.
Depending on your definition of action. Too much PMS.