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Saturday, February 22, 2014

What A Rancher Wants by Sarah M. Anderson

So yesterday I spent most of the day reading What a Rancher Wants by Sarah M. Anderson. This is book nine in the Texas Cattleman's Club: The Missing Mogul. First off, I haven't read the previous story that leads up to the missing mogul and each of the stories has been written by different author. However, we are one step closer to finding out what happen Alex del Toro. Anyway, we are going to focus our attention on Chance McDaniel the man accused of the kidnapping and Alex's little sister Gabriella.

Basically, Chance wants to know the situation on his friend and wants to know if he's well enough to visit him. Of course, Alex isn't ready to see Chance cause he's kind of suspicious that Chance is behind it. Gabriella wants to know wants to find out Chance is guilty, so she decides to checkout his ranch to see if it's possible.

I can understand Gabriella wanting to make sure her brother is still safe from the possible evil that might be his so-called friend. However, once she starts to get get to know Chance she still keeps her brother's condition the secret. Yes, she does carry a little guilt, but not enough for her to be forth coming to Chance.

Oh man, Chance. The guy just seems to have crappy luck when it comes to ladies. First his best friend takes one of the only girls from Chance. Yet, Chance isn't bitter. No he wants his friends to be happy together. Next he falls for a girl who isn't being completely honest, but he still once to give her a chance after all he feels something special towards Gabriella.

Overall, What A Rancher Wants is a pretty quick read. Nothing to stressful to read. Yes, you have Chance trying to clear his name and hopeful find someone to settle down that isn't afraid to live on a ranch. Can you read this as a stand alone, yeah. Would you benefit from reading the previous story? It might be more enriching. Anyway, I really did like the story and I want to know whats going to happen to Gabriella's brother. So, if you are looking a fairly quick read that's not going to weigh you down, you might want to give What A Rancher Wants a go.

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