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One Lucky Cowboy by Carolyn Brown
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Jul 05, 2011

it was amazing

I really liked the book! I always love a book with a good cowboy in it. Jane is really Ellacyn Hayes but gets off a bus and tells a women she is looking for work and gives the name of Jane Day. She is on the run from a fiance and a relative who want her dead on her honeymoon before she can turn 25 and inherit her family oil company. She finds out the fiance is with a women posing as his sister who is really his accomplis and she runs the day before the wedding. She hires on to a ranch as a cook and a driver for the woman who runs the kitchen but is older and is no longer allowed to drive. Her nephew doesn't agree with the hiring, but he doesn't get to make that decision. He is a blond beautiful cowboy who doesn't agree a stranger should be brought on to the ranch and trusted someone with a name so close to Jane Doe - Jane Day and he decides he is going to make her life miserable until she gives up and moves on. In the end he has to help her.....but I can't spoil things.

Here is the info from the back of the book: Jane Day is on the run from the paid assassin who had been her fiancé. In Wichita Falls, Texas, she meets Nellie Luckadeau, a spitfire of an old lady who desperately needs someone to work on her ranch. But Nellie's drop-dead gorgeous grandson "Lucky Slade" is sure he can spot a con artist a mile away. He's determined not to let some upstart like Jane fleece his granny.

When his signature intimidation methods don't convince Jane to leave, he pours on the charm to make her spill what she's up to. She's happy to play along, but she's not going to let this hot, hostile cowboy run her off his land when all she needs is a lucky break
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