One Knight In Vegas

One Knight In Vegas

by Lenora Worth

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One Knight In Vegas by Lenora Worth

When Cella Cassidy calls Sean Knight to her ranch to investigate the death of a prized rodeo bronc, the veterinarian alerts his brothers Jesse and Michael. The three brothers are trying to find out who is sabotaging several of the rodeo ranches around Nevada.

Cella inherited the Triple Seven Rodeo Ranch which specializes in raising, breeding and selling rodeo bulls and horses.

She had a lot riding on this particular horse. She needs to put the Triple Seven back on top. The ranch has fallen on hard times but Cella didn't know this until her father died. When Sean tells her the horse was poisoned, Cella thinks this is one more hurdle to overcome. She's determined to save her father's legacy and Sean has a reputation as one of the best animal doctors in the West. Sean and Cella go over her records and try to piece together clues. Could a worker have poisoned the horse? Or did someone from the outside do this?

When things escalate to the breaking point, they grow more attracted to each other. And soon Sean has a new goal--to keep Cella alive.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151016971
Publisher: Lenora Worth
Publication date: 10/29/2015
Series: Rodeo Knights , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 181,197
File size: 739 KB

About the Author

Lenora Worth writes award-winning romance and romantic suspense for Love Inspired and also writes for Tule, Zondervan and Redbud Press. Three of her books finaled in the ACFW Carol Awards and several of her books have been RT Reviewer’s Choice finalists. “Logan’s Child” won the 1998 Best Love Inspired for RT. Her Love Inspired Suspense “Body of Evidence” became a NY Times Bestseller. Her novella in Mistletoe Kisses, along with several other writers, also made her a USA Today Bestselling author. With sixty books published and millions of books in print, she goes on adventures with her retired husband, Don. They have two grown children. Lenora enjoys reading, baking and shopping … especially shoe shopping.

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One Knight In Vegas 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
HeyerF4n More than 1 year ago
Cella Cassidy's top bronc is poisoned and seriously ill and another dies; it's the last thing she needs when she is trying to save her father's ranch. Sean Knight, a veterinarian travelling with the rodeo circuit and covertly helping his brothers investigate a string of nasty incidents, is called in to help. Neither have seen each other since they were teenagers but a spark is there between them from the outset. This is the third and final book in the series which unmasks the perpetrator (easily guessed) and ties up loose ends but could be read as a standalone. I liked Ms Worth's writing style and the characters she created and will look out for more books by her.
Jutzie More than 1 year ago
One Knight in Vegas by Lenora Worth Rodeo Knights Series Book Three Sean Knight has been staying busy since becoming a veterinarian. Especially now that he traveled with Western Rodeo Circuit to care for the rodeo animals. He hasn't thought much about dating until seeing an old family friend all grown up. Only whoever is sabotaging the WRC isn't going to give him time to get to know the gal. At the least...he can protect her. Cella Cassidy couldn't believe someone would try to kill her champion bronc, but someone did. At least she has the best vet there to help try and save her horse. And he sure wasn't hard to look at either. With running a ranch, a sick father, and an unknown enemy...she best keep her eyes to herself. For now. For the whole story be sure to read the series starting with book one; Her Knight, Her Protector by Lisa Mondello and book two; The Knight and the Damsel by Margaret Daley. Someone is attacking the folks who supply the rodeo with broncs and bulls. Love is blooming inbetween the search for the culprit.