Montana Born and Bred

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Sarah Kincade is in trouble and has tried to escape it in Lame Horse, Montana with her infant son. Her past is quick to follow, bringing danger to her with Zach Garrett. He'll take any job, no matter how unsavory. Now Garrett has been hired to deliver her baby to the powerful family that has claimed him as theirs. But Sarah's fury begins to fade as her captor reveals a soul as crushed as her own.

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Words: 94,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452402413
About Alexis Harrington

I've been a self-employed working novelist for the past twenty years. Thanks to e-publishing, my titles are for sale all over the world, and so far, in English, Spanish and German.

I also make jewelry and I'm a fine needlework artist, specializing in embroidery, thread crochet, and sewing. I love to cook, read, entertain friends, decorate, and pursue various crafts.

I live in the Pacific Northwest near the Columbia River, still within 10 miles of my old high school. I have one Great Pyrenees dog and an old girl I rescued from the shelter who's kind of blind and a little hard of hearing, and one cat. My chickens all went to that great coop in the sky so replacements will be in the offing after we reinforce their worldly coop here in February. My hours are kind of goofy--I'm just not a morning person and tend to be up late when the rest of the world is sleeping--and QUIET. No phones, faxes, distractions. Just the kids and me, candles burning, and the elevator music coming out of my iPod.

Before I made the leap to full-time writer, I spent about 12 years working for consulting civil engineers. Riprap, anyone? How about a nice detention pond?

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Review by: ACWinOH on Sep. 18, 2012 :
This is such a wonderful story and I believe one that could have happened because people are people. Miss Sarah conceived a child out of wedlock and yes, in the 1800s that was a major no-no but the way Harrington played it out in the end, well, you'll see! I truly believe it could have happened that way. The double standard for men and for women has long been a huge burden but every now and then, there is justice if she is brave enough to grab it with both hands!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Sarah Bathurst on April 05, 2011 : (no rating)
Excellent, and depicted the blight of women during that era. Yet had the unsong hero that we all read romance novels to enjoy. Tough and tender yet loyal and responsible. Of course there are Manu villains in this story and not all male. You'll like this one
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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