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Heiress to a cattle kingdom, she was caught up in a range war and fierce vendetta between two powerful and dangerous men.

Passions as large as they coveted, these were the Ranchers.

©2016 Wolfpack Publishing (P)2017 Wolfpack Publishing

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Excellent narrative

Narrative was spot on, really enjoyable and well suited.
Storyline was enjoyable with lots of twist and turns, and even a few funny moments.
The narrator made this story and characters come to life, made Leslie so life like I really wanted to slap some common sense and will power into her LOL.
For a 20yr virgin she most certainly didn’t think twice about who she slept with at a time when such thing were not socially acceptable.

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Good Western

I got this ARC via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. This was a good western filled with several plot twists and humor. I loved the ending better than any scene in the book Rufus was also my favorite character. I loved the way Leslie was introduced although she did get me a little riled up. Water rights always seemed to be a problem in the west as well as greed. What do you do with 600 thousand acres of land and then want more? Greed seems to be one of the biggest problems in this story. The narrator was perfect for the story and moved it along very well.