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When You Find Out the Truth

When You Know the Truth

By Rebecca Rose Taylor

Copyright Rebecca Rose Taylor 2012

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Chapter 1

Faith Lyn-Charity Wright was working in the garden of the Montana Bar W Ranch. She was the daughter of owner Paul Wright, or so she thought until that eventful day. All of her life she had believed that Paul Wright, the man who had s brought up her and her two siblings, twins Josh and Carson from the time she was ten and they were six months old single handed. They had done so much together in the past nine years since her mother’s passing and they still were. They’d moved from Nevada to Oregon and then to Montana before finally settling down and starting a real life for themselves. Sure, they’d had a life before, a good life, in Nevada, her father had been the foreman of a successful spread until the bank foreclosed on the Martin ranch when she was twelve leaving the owners and all of the ranch hands out of work with nothing to do but try something or somewhere else. Then he’d tried his hand at keeping shop in town for a while but he hadn’t been happy and had decided to pick up and move to somewhere where he could try his hand at something else, Oregon. It’d worked for a while, he’d bought land and started a farm, hoping to one day expand his twenty-seven acres into a ranch. They’d grown good crops of wheat and barley and oats but when drought came two years in a row, Paul Wright realized he was destitute and had to sell out, he didn’t want to but if he didn’t the bank holding title to his property would. That was when they’d moved to Eureka, Montana, and started their ranch when she was sixteen; they’d been there for the past three years, slowly making a ranch and a name for themselves. It was slow work; they had a thousand acres of land, not a big ranch compared to many but not a small farm either. This was where they held all their dreams, nothing and nobody could drive them out. Well, maybe the bank which held the mortgage to the ranch but they were determined not to let that happen. They were happy, truly happy, they had friends, a place in Eureka society and a name, the Wright name meant something. When a well-dressed man in a buggy pulled up in front of the ranch house the life that Faith had been living for the past nineteen years suddenly became something she’d never expected.

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