Hannah's Man

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Book 3 of the Travers Brothers series, a short cotemporary romance. A sweet romance. Hannah was about to lose her ranch. Rusty was her reluctant hero. He'd just lost the only woman he'd ever loved, he wasn't about to fall for this Hannah gal. Or was he? More

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About Rita Hestand

Last time we talked I told you I was working on boxsets, I got box sets done now for Brides of the West and Red River Valley Brides.. By putting all in one set it goes over a quarter of a million words. And too many pages to deal with. So I'm not trying to get more out of the boxsets, but want you to be able to open it on your computers and tablets without trouble. Family Matters and Family Ranch are much shorter novels than the Brides. So that's why I could fit it one boxset. But I purposely wrote longer ones because I read where readers like the longer books. So I'm complying with what the readers in general want.

As you all know, that know me, you realize I change covers a lot. There are many reasons for that, one is that covers become rather outdated and look old. Two, I'm saving myself some by not using the stock images too long. Three, I like to collect covers, and boy do I ever have a bunch. Sheri McGathey is the cover artist for my Brides of the West and a lot of other books. She does really good western covers and not all artist have or will. I have three or four sites that I prefer for covers, and I have done some of my own. But looking at them they just aren't as good as the professionals do them. So I replace them. If there is one you particularly don't want me to change, feel free to e-mail me and let me know.

I update and edit my books all the time. I have paid big dollars for edits but have found that they so often disagree on how to edit that it confuses me. However, I do want to let you know that for me editing is an on going process.

This year I am putting out a Christmas book Let It Snow. I hope you'll all enjoy it. It's on pre-order now, will be available in November. I wrote a children's Christmas story too, will try to get that out soon.

I am writing some teenage romance now, most are short stories a few will be a little longer, in novellas. I've been wanting to get this done for a while.

I have fourteen books in the Brides of the West Collection, all stories stand alone so if you are only interested in certain ones, you won't miss something from another book. I'm enlarging my Dream Catcher series, and working on the Connor Series too. Guarding Red Riding Hood is on pre-order too.

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Hannah's Man
Rusty Travers was the reluctant hero. Hannah O'Leary was losing her ranch and if something didn't happen fast, the land her mother was buried on was going to be foreclosed on. But her brother's idea of letting the Travers help didn't sit well with Hannah. Especaillly when marriage was suggested. So why was everyone calling him, Hannah's Man?

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Review by: Crystal Sworden on Oct. 10, 2011 :
I really enjoyed this book on a level I didn't think I would. Just the fact that Rusty was such a noble man, and kept his promises. Along with the fact that you see a side of him you wouldn't expect. Was a great read!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Sarah Bathurst on April 05, 2011 : (no rating)
This book was a nice Sunday afternoon treat. I have purchased all of the other books from this author as the story was delightful.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Publishing by Rebecca J. Vickery on Oct. 18, 2009 :
Hannah's Man by Rita Hestand
Review by Rebecca J. Vickery
This was the first book I've read by this talented author, but it won't be the last. I now intend to read her other stories about these Travers brothers and their adventures in finding and keeping their women.

In Hannah's Man, following true cowboy style, Rusty Travers sees a woman in distress and reluctantly goes to her rescue. Hannah has secrets and one of them is that her ranch is mortgaged to the hilt. In order to save her home, she has to rely on this cowboy she doesn't know and has no reason to trust. A great play on the cowboy coming to the rescue theme by Ms. Hestand.

Then Rusty and Hannah begin to find a lot of traits they like and respect in each other. But that's only after some very entertaining interaction. Ms. Hestand balances the conflict and the attraction expertly and has you turning pages to see what could possibly happen next.

And just when you think the problems are all wrapped up and this couple is on the way to riding off into the sunset, there's a surprise call for Rusty from home that might change everything.

This story was extremely entertaining and provided a welcome escape after a hard day. I loved it and would highly recommend it. I gave this book 5 stars and will save it to read again. I am definitely looking forward to Ms. Hestand's other works.

Review by Rebecca J. Vickery
(This book was purchased and this review was neither requested nor paid for in any way. The opinion expressed is the reviewers who was not compensated in any manner.)
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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