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Quinn by R.C. Ryan
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Mar 24, 2012

it was amazing
Read in March, 2012

Does every step I take lead me somewhere?

Quinn Conway grew up in a rugged part of Montana knowing that nothing came easy or was handed to you. He had a great family that supports him, even though the mystery surrounding his mother’s disappearance still haunts them all. Quinn took his childhood passion for wolves and has made it his life’s work gaining a reputation and respect in his chosen field. While following one of his wolf packs Quinn happens to cross paths with Cheyenne O’Brien, a feisty female who happens to own the ranch next to his and wants him gone, now.

Cheyenne has suffered through one loss after another and she suspects that Quinn is someone coming to take something else away. It turns out after meeting her what Quinn wants is not real estate but room in her heart. Cheyenne is not sure she can accommodate him but when circumstances force them to share some space she begins to realize there is so much more to this man than she could have ever hoped for. Quinn is kind, thoughtful, and considerate of her need for space as much as her desire for affection. What more could a woman want, well Cheyenne is going to find out.

Quinn and Cheyenne are trying to find a way to stop the problems on her ranch, find out who is creating all these problems, and steal a few minutes alone. Quinn has a large, boisterous family that is more than willing to embrace Cheyenne. What needs to happen is for Cheyenne to put her arms out and accept all this love coming her way. The ability to turn disaster into a winning proposition is not easy but with Quinn by her side Cheyenne by pull it off.

R.C. Ryan writes a story that gives every reader a huge dose of great romance. She filles the pages with passion, mystery, and a touch of suspense to keep you coming back for more.

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