Give Me Some Answers (Prodigal Sons, #3)

Give Me Some Answers (Prodigal Sons, #3)

by Shirley Wine

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Overview

The next installment in Shirley Wine's Prodigal Sons series, a small town romance about secrets, lies, and love conquering all.

When his father's gambling debts forced the sale of Whitby Downs station, Matt Daintry vowed he would do whatever it took to reclaim his family's heritage. But his heart and his head were at war when he met, seduced, and eloped with Charlotte Buchanan, the beautiful daughter of the new owner.

The last person Charlotte Buchanan expected to turn up for the reading of her father's will was Matt Daintry, her estranged husband and father of her four–year–old son, Noah. Even more unexpected, is the shock discovery that Lachlan Buchanan has bequeathed the once prosperous station of Whitby Downs in trust to Noah and appointed Matt as the child's sole trustee, thwarting Matt's stated ambition of regaining ownership of Whitby Downs and throwing Charlotte back in the path of the one man who can steal her equilibrium.

Very soon, Charlotte and Matt find themselves locked in a battle of wills over the land each rightfully regards as their own. Forced to work together for the benefit of their son, they need to confront the issues of their past to have any chance at a new future.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781489221063
Publisher: Escape Publishing
Publication date: 10/01/2016
Series: Prodigal Sons , #3
Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 350
File size: 591 KB

About the Author

Shirley Wine is from a family of seven where oral storytelling was encouraged, a throwback to her family's Irish roots. Born into a farming family, Shirley has lived and worked on the land alongside her husband for many years, and a love of the land runs as deep as the blood in her veins so writing rural romance was a natural progression for this author. Shirley is no stranger to devastating personal tragedy, and these experiences are reflected in her often gritty stories about triumph over adversity. For many years, Shirley was a freelance writer with a regular 'Country Comment' column in a New Zealand national daily newspaper, and she has worked on local and regional newspapers. A long-time member of Romance Writers of New Zealand, Shirley is now retired and lives with her husband in a quiet rural Waikato town with one spoiled cat and two equally spoiled dogs. If you'd like to sign up for Shirley's author newsletter you can do so on her website: www.shirleywine.com

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