Montana Born and Bred [NOOK Book]

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Sarah Kincade is in trouble and has tried to escape it by fleeing to Lame Horse, Montana with her infant son. But her past is quick to follow, bringing danger to her doorstep with Zach Garrett. A man who will take any job, no matter how unsavory or risky, Garrett has been hired to deliver her baby to the powerful family that has claimed him as theirs. But Sarah's fury and grief begin to fade as they cross the vast Montana prairie and her ...
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Overview

Sarah Kincade is in trouble and has tried to escape it by fleeing to Lame Horse, Montana with her infant son. But her past is quick to follow, bringing danger to her doorstep with Zach Garrett. A man who will take any job, no matter how unsavory or risky, Garrett has been hired to deliver her baby to the powerful family that has claimed him as theirs. But Sarah's fury and grief begin to fade as they cross the vast Montana prairie and her unflinching, powerful captor reveals a past and a soul as crushed as her own.

Zach has lived a hard life with a solitary goal--to reclaim his ranch, and his payment for returning the baby will accomplish that. Yet, as he becomes acquainted with Sarah's grit, courage, and heart, he can't resist being drawn to her. She represents the kind of love he's never known, and stokes a desire in him that makes him question his priorities. Under the endless Montana sky, he realizes that he needs to do whatever it will take to make Sarah and her baby his own.
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"An exceptional writer, Alexis Harrington touches our heart with her believable characters and emotional stories. She is a shining talent in the world of romance." --Lorraine Heath, author of A Rogue in Texas
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452402413
  • Publisher: Alexis Harrington
  • Publication date: 10/23/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 222,697
  • File size: 210 KB

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  • Posted March 12, 2011

    another great one

    great character connection, story line and triumph in the end. i have read all of ms. harringtons books, cant wait for the next one to come out.

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  • Posted February 18, 2011

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    Highly Recommended

    This book is awesome! All of Alexis Harringtons books are a must read.

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  • Posted July 21, 2010

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    A Surprising Miss...

    Normally, I'm one to really appreciate the sweetness and poignancy that Ms. Harrington brings to her characters. Yet this was a surprising miss.

    Sarah is a schoolmarm on the run with her son. She is found and captured by Zach, a bounty hunter determined to return her to the family with whom she entered into a contract to turn over her son. Although Zach's character reeks of goodness and depth, Sarah's seems a bit lacking. Mainly, she comes across like an immature, hurtful shrew. She has redeeming qualities and there is a good explanation for why she is the way she is. But her continual blame of Zach and lack of understanding for him kept me from really enjoying this novel. It's definitely not one of Ms. Harrington's finest. But since she's kept me entertained so well before, I will certainly not rule her out for this one.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Great romance

    In 1890 Lame Horse, Montana, Zach Garrett arrives to escort Sarah Kincaide and her son Danny back to Helena. Sarah signed a contract with wealthy Ethan Pembroke in which the single schoolmarm gave up her newborn in exchange for some money. Ethan and his wife Priscilla plan to adopt the infant. Zach, who believes he has no conscience, thinks Ethan is being charitable. <P> Sarah realizes her quest to hide with her beloved Danny is over. On the trail, she thinks back to when Ethan courted and seduced her, a naive teacher. She thought they would marry and even gave him access to her bank account, which he stripped bare. When she told Ethan she was pregnant, he, accompanied by Priscilla, explained the trap they set for her. They offered her cash and her reputation plus a home for the child. Sarah signed the contract, but fled with Danny three days after the lad was born. Meanwhile, Zach feels two new emotions, guilt and love, but still feels he must complete his obligation to Ethan. <P> MONTANA BORN AND BRED is an entertaining and exciting western romance starring two wounded characters healed by love. The story line is very exhilarating especially on the trail, but the ending is a major stretch. The lead couple is a pleasant duo healing through love. Alexis Harrington has written a thrilling western romance that sub-genre fans will fully enjoy. Readers will get lost into the fantasy. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2013

    Montana Born and Bred

    Read this book! You will fall in love, you will hate people, you will root for others to meet an early grave. But most of all you will learn how deep a mother's love will burrow inside of a heart. There is something in this story for everyone. By the way, there is a super sexy guy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2012

    KlemS

    I enjoy this book. This my frist read by this author. I look foward to reading more of her books

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  • Posted July 18, 2011

    Almost a classic

    I was impressed by the great story line, introduction of medical science and psycology in its early stages, but most of all the character development was so rich. Flawed and unreasonable like us, they feel real genuine. Seeing the way out before it was revealed, made me edgy and frustrated in a slew kinda way! And it was so delish to see how the author was going to play it, I couldn't put the book down! EVERY THING YOU'D WANT IN A STORY!

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  • Posted April 21, 2011

    great book

    ms Harrington did not disapoint

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