Fortune Hunter's Hero by P-HarlequinEnterpris

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When Buck Wyatt and his sisters inherit Broken Arrow Ranch, it comes with a catch: One of them has to be on the premises at all times for one year, or they'll lose it. So Buck counts on setting up stakes. What he doesn't count on is lovely fortune hunter Rainey Brewster. He soon realizes the woman is telling the truth about a hidden gold mine--and that his interest in her goes beyond professional. Yet as their search for gold--and their passion for each other--intensifies, it's clear someone wants them off the land--and is willing to kill for it.

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									Fortune Hunter's Hero
Broken Arrow Ranch

Author: Linda Turner
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When Buck Wyatt and his sisters inherit Broken Arrow Ranch, it comes with a catch: One of them has
to be on the premises at all times for one year, or they'll lose it. So Buck counts on setting up stakes.
What he doesn't count on is lovely fortune hunter Rainey Brewster. He soon realizes the woman is telling
the truth about a hidden gold mine--and that his interest in her goes beyond professional. Yet as their
search for gold--and their passion for each other--intensifies, it's clear someone wants them off the land--
and is willing to kill for it.
Author Bio
Linda Turner
Born in San Antonio, Texas, Linda Turner and her identical twin sister, Brenda, were known throughout
the neighborhood in which they grew up simply as "Twin."No one except their parents and their older
brother could tell them apart. They dressed alike, wore their hair alike, and even had the same glasses,
so it wasn’t surprising that they were stared at everywhere they went.Consequently, when Linda
announced at the age of 25 that she was going to start writing romance novels, she wasn’t surprised
when Brenda said, "I don’t care how famous your name gets, just make sure your face doesn’t become
recognizable!"Needless to say, Linda’s face isn’t known in every household in the U.S. — yet. Recently,
she spent six weeks taking screenwriting classes at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, and
she’s made no secret of the fact that she plans to write and — hopefully — sell a screenplay in the new
millennium.And her ambitions don’t stop there. She already has her dress for the Oscars.Sorry, Brenda.

								
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