Mail Order Mystery: Chance City Series Book One (Sensual Western Historical Romance)

Mail Order Mystery: Chance City Series Book One (Sensual Western Historical Romance)

by Robin Deeter
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Mail Order Mystery: Chance City Series Book One (Sensual Western Historical Romance) by Robin Deeter

Leigh Hawthorne, a widow and local farmer in Beckham, Massachusetts, enlists the services of Elizabeth Miller, the creator of the nationally published, Groom's Gazette, to find a husband. An unusual letter from a man out west, who wants to marry a woman with ranching expertise, could solve all of Leigh's problems. Hoping to find a better life, Leigh embarks on a journey to Chance City, Oklahoma.

Fired for breaking Pinkerton rules, former detective, Cyrus Decker, just wants to live a quiet life as a cattle rancher. The problem is that he knows nothing about ranching--and his bank account shows it. Dogged by Chance City's sheriff to join his staff, and plagued by money woes, Cy desperately needs help to turn their ranch around. He hopes that Leigh is the answer to his prayers.

Brought together by necessity, will Leigh and Cy find love or will their attempt to find lasting happiness meet with disaster? Join the Chance City adventure as its citizens battle opposing forces and mayhem in their searches for love and a brighter future.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156977239
Publisher: Word Mine Publishing
Publication date: 07/20/2016
Series: Chance City Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 5,951
File size: 180 KB

About the Author

Robin is a native of Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. She attended Full Sail University, where she honed her craft. She enjoys writing Western Historical novels, but has plans to also write some contemporary books as well. She's an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan and enjoys singing and performing in theatrical endeavors when she's not writing.

Robin grew up hearing the stories of the mighty Susquehannock Indians whose territory included almost all of the Susquehanna River, which flows through Bloomsburg. This is where her love and respect of Native American culture began and what inspired her to write books that contain Native American characters. She performs extensive research so that her books are as accurate as possible.

Sign up to receive email alerts about her new releases, contests, and special treats at robindeeter.com. You can also connect with Robin on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. She thanks all of her readers for their support and always appreciates reviews.

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Mail Order Mystery: Chance City Series Book One (Sensual Western Historical Romance) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like the first
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great book heading off to get the rest if the series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really liked the storyline. Engaging Characters! Look forward to book two!
Anonymous 4 months ago
It's a good read
HumorMyWay More than 1 year ago
What a delightful story with both strong male and female roles just with different strengths. Cyrus owns a small ranch but doesn’t know a thing about ranching if the ranch was left in his hands there wouldn’t be one. Leigh knows a lot about ranching but her father in law won’t give her credit for anything since her husband died. He uses her as a slave with nothing in return. She has had an enough and plans to find a way out. Cyrus decides he needs a foreman Leigh decides she wants the job they agree to get married a win win for both of them. He get a free foreman and do his job as a sheriff, she gets a place to call her own to do things as she wants everyone wins or do they? The narrator does a great job but at times is a little slow not pausing when he needs to and pausing before he does. As you get into the audio I didn’t notice that and was taken away by a great story. Some of his female characters voices need a little work but for the most part they are very nice. His male voices are great I loved Cy voice it was very sexy and deep. I had no trouble knowing who was talking or what they were feeling. He shows great emotions from sad, to humor as needed. I found no background noises or any volume changes. If any breaks were taken I could not tell. I loved this audio with the strong characters learning how to get along but knowing their weakness and doing what they do best. I loved the humor and do some majorly chuckling as well as the serious things. There is a little bit of everything in here from racism to robbery and everything in between. Cy has mixed blood and most people don’t like it. I liked how the author keeps the story moving with many different cases that Cy was on. It is a win for me with Leigh being able to take over and the praise she gets for a job well done. The supporting characters are wonderful some I would love to see have stories of their own. I really liked how Cy and Leigh get along from their teasing to their bricking. Leigh isn’t afraid to tell it like it is she is one very entertaining women that holds her own very well. The slow steady build up of the romance is great, the little side stories are wonderful. The twists and turns kept me hooked and very entertained. I really enjoyed this audio from start to finish.
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jr347 More than 1 year ago
I really like the book. Loved the action of the characters. Hated for the book to end.