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By Christine Rimmer

A very unlikely HERO

He was once the type of guy her mama warned her approximately, workaday rancher Sophie B. Jones discovered, as she seemed as much as locate Sinclair Riker's unrelenting gaze on her. yet resisting him was once no longer an alternative, for notwithstanding his phrases hinted on the darkness of his soul, his eyes spoke one other message altogether—one that Sophie couldn't support yet answer….

Sinclair knew higher than to fall for an blameless like Sophie Jones. He knew that heartless seduction used to be presupposed to be his stock-in-trade, and that he had come to the ranch with one goal only—to do Sophie out of her cherished land, in any respect attainable. So what used to be it approximately this girl that had him craving for the purity of her soul? and will love particularly flip Sin…into Sophie's saint?

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A Hero For Sophie Jones (The Jones Gang) (Silhouette Special Edition , No 1196)

A very unlikely HEROHe used to be the type of guy her mama warned her approximately, workaday rancher Sophie B. Jones learned, as she seemed as much as locate Sinclair Riker's unrelenting gaze on her. yet resisting him was once no longer an choice, for even though his phrases hinted on the darkness of his soul, his eyes spoke one other message altogether—one that Sophie couldn't aid yet answer….

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He would come back, all right. And he would have himself thoroughly under control. He'd get things straight with her. Explain that he was her new landlord—and he wanted her out. He'd make her his offer. She would take it or not. And that would be that. She would leave—or he would be forced to move to plan two. Either way, this thing between them would be finished, which was good. It never should have gotten started in the first place. " she asked so hopefully. " His conscience, rusty and rarely used, prodded at him: Why put it off?

It had nothing to do with Sinclair. She'd received the notice from the San Francisco bank just a week before, and since then she'd been trying not to stew over what it might mean to the Mountain Star. She'd asked around, but the sale had been accomplished through intermediaries, and no one seemed to know much about the new owner. She explained, "Some corporation owns the ranch now. In San Francisco, I think. I got a letter about it just last week. " "Yes. " She sighed. " "The teachers' association has been wanting to sell for a long time.

Call it luck if you want to. " She tugged on his arm. "Now, come on. " They went down a slate path, beneath the leafy shelter of a double row of maples, until they came to a rambling woodsided building from which a series of linked corrals branched off. Inside the stables, Sophie turned on the lights and they walked between the rows of stalls. Sophie said, "I know your father used to raise horses here. " "Yes. We lost them all, though. " Another wave of sympathy washed through her. How could he have borne all those losses at such a young age?

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