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Liberty Blue
Liberty Blue
Author: Robin Lee Hatcher
ISBN-13: 9780061083891
ISBN-10: 0061083895
Publication Date: 10/1995
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Libby Blue ran from her cruel ruthless father, headed to the West, and worked in a ranch. She inherited the ranch when the owner died and became an independent woman, managing the ranch just fine until someone started to do all he could to damaged the ranch in order to forced Libby sold her farm to him. At this moment, Remington Walker stepped in, like a knight in shining armor.

Remington made her started to remember that she was a woman too who needed to be loved. But it was a no coincidence that the man just showed up at Libby ranch. He was a private detective who needed money badly, that had been hired by Libby's father to find out where his daughter was. He also had a hidden agenda toward Libby's father who destroyed his father years ago. So when love and vengeance collided , what path will Remington choose? Did he dare to confess all to Libby and ask for her understanding and her forgiveness? While Mr. Vanderhoff, Libby's father had hired other detective and had known where she was, and will do absolutely anything to get her back into his possession.

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From the inside cover: "Her only chance was to hide, his only choice was to find her. When Libby Blue ran from her ruthless father and her privileged lfe, she never looked back. In the West, she could run a ranch, be whoever she wanted, and, most important, never have to trust a man again. Remington Walker would take any risk to find Libby, as long as he was paid for it. Once he had the money he would take his revenge on Libby's father, the man who had destroyed his own father. But soon he found that, while vengenace wasn't nearly enough for life, confession could be fatal to love. With a wall of lies between them, was the one great truth they shared enough to unite them forever?"