by Xondra Day

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Jay by Xondra Day

Jay Harnett's predictable world is knocked upside down when he encounters the new school teacher, Will, in town. As their unlikely friendship blossoms, it turns to lust, love, and a whole lot more, surprising them both.

But when Will's old flame suddenly leaps into the picture a decision must be made that will change all those involved.

Reader Advisory: This book can be read alone or in sequence as part of a series.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780857157164
Publisher: Totally Entwined Group Ltd
Publication date: 09/12/2011
Series: Men of Buckshot Ranch , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 48
Sales rank: 879,091
File size: 337 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Xondra Day is a lover of all things romantic. When not penning her next work, you can find her indulging in her love of photography and many other hobbies. She can be reached at xondraday@yahoo.ca

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Montana, 1886

Harnett always preferred to rise early with the morning sun, opting not to stay in bed like the rest of the crew at Buckshot Ranch. He stretched and yawned, looking forward to the start of a new day.

He was careful not to rouse anyone else around him in the bunkhouse. They had an hour before they had to be up, and most men relished every minute of rest that was bestowed upon them.

"Hush," he muttered, his voice just a whisper to the mixed border collie standing beside him. Hank looked up at him, wagging his tail in a hearty response. reached down to smooth the dog’s head. He motioned with his head to the door. "Outside."

On the veranda, he stopped, taking a moment to adjust his suspenders, then with hat firm in hand, he made his way to the mess hall, looking forward to a hot cup of black coffee with Hank following close behind.

"Morning, Tuck," he said to the cook, with an added nod once inside. "Looks like it’s going to be another nice one."

"Seems to be. The sun is hardly up and already it’s sweltering in that dang kitchen. And as usual, there isn’t a breeze to be found."

grinned and accepted a cup of coffee from Tuck. It was their usual morning exchange, a routine that offered him a sense of both security and comfort. "It’ll be cool soon enough, give or take a few months, once autumn rolls around."

Tuck nodded. "True enough, but that is of little use to me right now. How goes things in the upper pasture? Have you completed the fencing yet?"

"Just about. Another week and it should be finished. The terrain is rough as hell. But a least we will be able to sleep at night knowing that part of the ranch is secure, especially with the recent theft of cattle all over." Lately, Buckshot ranch, along with a few others nearby, had become the target of thieving bandits who had chosen to strike at night under the cover of darkness.

"The world’s gone crazy." Tuck shook his head in disgust. "First the cattle, and now The Mercantile in town. It’s never-ending."

"The Mercantile?"

"Yes, sir. It was broken into two nights back. They suffered no big loss, just some money and a few things stolen. Still, who would have thought it in this area?"

"I wish I could say the same for the ranch. We have had to put a few men on each night to stand guard. It’s a sad day indeed when a man would steal what belongs to another man."

"It’s a sign of the times. Our town has become just like every other place. Perhaps the law will step up and do their duty. One can always hope."

snickered at the thought. "You mean Travers and his band of cronies? I doubt it. They’re probably in on all of it. They’re just as crooked as the crooks themselves."

Tuck flashed him a look. "Mind what you say. I’d hush about that. You don’t want to get on the bad side of the law. They run things around here, like it or not."

"Hiding behind a badge doesn’t make it right. Now, heap me up a plate of breakfast. I’m darned near starved to death."

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Jay 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Only 54 pages. Story pretty good, but leaves you hanging at the end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"I can definatley tell."
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Sighed put beats on anissesnd to hunter hayes rainy seson
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I can make this place a party
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Walks in
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Spreads the plants
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Now, look at the ground. You don't want to step on any of them. And good job keeping your scent downwind!
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I wont b on tonight i got to see Veronica. Love you.