Heart of Stone

Heart of Stone

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by Ari McKay
     
 

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Stone Harrison never knew he had an aunt; he certainly never expected her to bequeath him one of the largest spreads in central Nevada. But something about Copper Lake Ranch and its foreman, Luke Reynolds, speaks to him, offering a chance for the home he�s never really had.

Luke wants Stone to succeed as a rancher and put the legacy of his shiftless father…  See more details below

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Stone Harrison never knew he had an aunt; he certainly never expected her to bequeath him one of the largest spreads in central Nevada. But something about Copper Lake Ranch and its foreman, Luke Reynolds, speaks to him, offering a chance for the home he�s never really had.

Luke wants Stone to succeed as a rancher and put the legacy of his shiftless father behind him, but he�d also like Stone to share his bed. Unfortunately, Stone is convinced that the world is a harsh place that will never accept two men sharing their lives. Much to Luke�s dismay, he refuses to risk Luke�s life despite the intense attraction they share.

The tension between them escalates when a series of calamities strikes Copper Lake. An unexpected and unwelcome visit from Stone�s dandified cousin, James, only makes things worse. Stone�s ability to run the ranch comes into question, but the threat of losing it means less to Stone than the threat to Luke�s life. Stone will do anything it takes to protect the man he loves�even if it makes him a murderer.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016532165
Publisher:
Dreamspinner Press
Publication date:
06/03/2013
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
200
File size:
1 MB

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Heart of Stone 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MaraJ73 12 months ago
In learning he had an aunt he knew nothing about, Stone also discovers he owns a working ranch, finds his place in the world, and finds love. Unfortunately, his fears keep him from fully exploring his heart. As often in fiction but also in reality, it takes a series of unfortunate so-called accidents for Stone to realize his heart and love is nothing to fear. Of course, watching Luke live with Stone's fears is heartbreaking but the journey is worth all the ache. Another great addition to my library's history section.
lore666 More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite book from this author. The pacing is exciting, not only is there the fear of being discovered to be different in an Old West setting, but there's a bit of mystery and danger throughout the narrative. This is a romance with plot, and I couldn't put it down! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago