Rancher's Forgotten Rival

A Western amnesia romance

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Pub Date 25 Jan 2022 | Archive Date 25 Feb 2022

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Will amnesia turn these enemies into lovers? Find out in the first Carsons of Lone Rock novel by New York Times bestselling author Maisey Yates.

Welcome to Lone Rock, Oregon’s Wild West.

Chance Carson is the one man in Lone Rock who gets Juniper Sohappy all riled up. His family is ranching royalty. He’s arrogant, insufferable and obnoxiously charming—she’ll keep her distance, thanks. But when Juniper finds him on her property, injured and without his memory, she saves his life…and sort of lets him believe he’s her ranch hand. Making the entitled rancher work a little is one thing…but actually liking the man is another. Falling for him? No way. And yet the passion between them is as undeniable as it is unexpected. Will it survive the truth?

From Harlequin Desire: A luxurious world of bold encounters and sizzling chemistry.

Love triumphs in this uplifting romance, part of The Carsons of Lone Rock series:
Will amnesia turn these enemies into lovers? Find out in the first Carsons of Lone Rock novel by New York Times bestselling author Maisey Yates.

Welcome to Lone Rock, Oregon’s Wild West.

Chance Carson...

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Overboard x Hatfields and McCoys. This tale is essentially a ranching version of a combination of Overboard (take your pick on the 1980s version or the 2010s version) and the saga of the Hatfields and McCoys. Throw in two people dedicated to their families yet who have always wanted each other despite their families... and you get some pretty intense hate sex and a romance that Shakespeare could never be bothered with. (Yes, some might try to go the Romeo and Juliet route in their comparisons, but those were immature teenagers with a remarkably high body count. Here, our leads are more established - late 20s/ early 30s ish - and more importantly *don't get anyone killed*.) As a series starter, it works in establishing that our male lead has several brothers and our female lead has a sister... who may be interested in one of said brothers. Overall a solid romance that elevates its basic elements into a more mature - and arguably more enjoyable for it - tale where people actually try to do the right thing, even when it may cost them everything. Very much recommended.

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