Justified Deception (Dancing Moon Ranch Series, #0)

Justified Deception (Dancing Moon Ranch Series, #0)

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by Patricia Watters
     
 

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Ruth's on a quest to find her daughter, who was kidnapped five years before. Ruth's private investigator is all but certain that ranch owner, Matt Kincaid's, adopted daughter is Ruth's child. But even though Ruth lands the job as nanny to Matt's six-year-old daughter, she must tread carefully. Matt's the maverick in a powerful family of

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Ruth's on a quest to find her daughter, who was kidnapped five years before. Ruth's private investigator is all but certain that ranch owner, Matt Kincaid's, adopted daughter is Ruth's child. But even though Ruth lands the job as nanny to Matt's six-year-old daughter, she must tread carefully. Matt's the maverick in a powerful family of lawyers and politicians and she can't predict what he or his family might do if the adoption's challenged. However, Ruth's carefully laid plans go awry when she finds herself falling in love with the man who might have stolen her child.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940153479637
Publisher:
Patricia Watters
Publication date:
09/12/2016
Series:
Dancing Moon Ranch Series
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
2,371
File size:
491 KB

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Meet the Author

Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, Patricia Watters gave up city life and now writes from a hand-built log cabin nestled on thirty acres in the evergreen forests of Oregon's Coast Range. An author with Harlequin and Avon-Harper Collins in the past, Patricia writes contemporary and historical romances that feature courageous, self-assured heroes with endearing flaws and the gutsy women who capture their hearts, women, these unsuspecting men would lay down their lives for. Patricia has published twenty-two romance novels, which include her 13-book DANCING MOON RANCH series, a contemporary western series that spans 30 years and two generations. Although writing is her number one love, over the course of her lifetime she's had a wolf dog, laying hens, milk goats, and Tennessee Walking horses, built, plumbed and wired three houses, been a professional photographer, and written photo essays for national and international magazines. She invites you to visit her website and check out the video trailers for her DANCING MOON RANCH series and her upcoming CAJUN COWBOYS series. She loves hearing from readers and responds to all notes:

www.patriciawatters.com

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JUSTIFIED DECEPTION 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
JAB4422 More than 1 year ago
Ruth is a single mom who has been searching for her kidnapped daughter for 4 years. She would now be 6 years old and could be anywhere in the world.  Ruth hired a private investigator who had tracked her to Matt Kincaid who owns Kindaid Ranch.  Ruth applied for the job of nanny and got hired. She is thrilled to finally be able to get close enough to the little girl to figure out if she really is her missing daughter. I liked this book right from the start.  It did slow down toward the middle but had a really good ending - though unbelievable. I liked the romance between Ruth and Matt.  Ruth tried to keep her distance because she planned on taking Annie away with her if she turned out to be her daughter and she knew Matt would suffer. I really liked the characters Matt and Ruth.  Annie was a bit of a brat but that added interest to the story.  Ruth had thought of nothing else except finding her daughter for the past 4 years so she looked terrible.  Matt's first impression of Ruth was that she was a plain, mousy woman which is just what he wanted in a nanny. He is divorced now but his ranch and daughter are the most important things in his life. He doesn't have any idea that Ruth is not a real nanny and had such a tragic secret.  Justified Deception had an intriguing story line starting with a young child being kidnapped and her mother searching for her for years. I did find that part amazing. Ruth learning to ride, as well as she apparently did, in one day is not possible so it made me question other events in the book. But I did enjoy it and recommend it.
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I loved the characters in this story, especially the interaction between the heroine and the little girl. And the hero was a yummy cowboy! Love those cowboys!
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