When he finds the woman he loves in bed with his own father, Rafe Jerry leaves home, swearing never to return. But the terms of his father's will force him back to deal with the family ranch, the widow who betrayed him and a new love...
On Sale: February 24, 2009
Featuring: Rafe Jerry; Laveau di Viere; Maria de la Guerra
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At nineteen, Rafe Jerry had discovered the woman he adored
in bed with another loverâ€”his father. Ordered off the
familyâ€™s California ranch, he swore never to return and ran
away to war. The harsh realities of battle had made a crack
soldier of him, but a traitor in the ranks had turned him
into a man to be feared. He would not rest until he achievedâ€¦
Rafe rode for California with two goalsâ€”tracking down Laveau
di Viere and breaking his fatherâ€™s will. He would never run
Rancho los Alamitos for the beautiful yet treacherous widow;
he would not help to raise his vulnerable young half
brother; he refused to give in to his longing for Maria de
la Guerra, the first woman to touch his hardened heart. But
with Laveau on the attack and all he held most dear at risk,
Rafe realized the one thing he could not fight wasâ€¦ Love
5 comments posted.
Re: Someone Like You
It sounds as if Someone Like You is part of the Night Riders series. Does it have seven books like the Seven Brides?
(Karin Tillotson 7:22am April 13, 2009)
Yes, Someone Like You is the 4th book in the Night Rider series. I'm working on the 5th book now. There will be two more after that.
(Leigh Greenwood 11:32am April 13, 2009)
You talented writers drive us enchanted readers nuts! We love the stories, then wait with baited breath to get the "next" book to learn "the rest of the story"! Glad to hear we can expect more. I'm new to your writing, but see I'm going to have to play catch up! Jean M.
(Jean Merriott 8:10pm April 13, 2009)
Series are a great idea. We enter a
world, are introduced to great
characters, and want to know more
about all of them. One book is never
enough to get to know everyone's
story. Great series allow us to enjoy
the characters and their world for a
while. We still may hate to see them
"leave", but at least have had a good
long time with them.
(Patricia Barraclough 10:00pm April 13, 2009)
When you're really getting into and enjoying a book and then you notice it's almost over you go 'ooohhhh' but if it's a series then you get to anticipate the next one and you don't feel to bad that you read it too fast 'sigh'. I do love a good series to keep it flowing and for that little time you can be part of it. I do have some catch up to do on your seven series but I'm getting there. Thanks for the great reads.
(Margie Gagarin 2:43pm March 8, 2012)
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