Book Reviews of The Ranger's Woman (Harlequin Historicals, No 748)

The Ranger's Woman (Harlequin Historicals, No 748)
The Ranger's Woman - Harlequin Historicals, No 748
Author: Carol Finch
ISBN-13: 9780373293483
ISBN-10: 0373293488
Publication Date: 4/1/2005
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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If you are looking for a nice, slow story -- this is not it! The two main characters are evenly balanced and race from one wild adventure to another; readers will need to tie themselves into their chairs.

Trying to escape from her father (who wants to marry her off like a prize heifer), Piper Sullivan is sharp enough to know that her father will be after her in a heartbeat. So she wears a disguise that ages her and Piper takes on a crotchety-old-woman's persona. She's heading west to find her sister, who also evaded the machinations of their father.

At the end of the railway line, Piper has to change to a stagecoach to continue her journey. There she meets Ranger Quinn Callahan, traveling undercover, trying to find the bandits who are robbing the stages. Quinn watches the feisty old woman but thinks there is something strange about her.

Before long, the bandits attack the stagecoach; Piper and Quinn struggle with a runaway stage. After several exciting pages, Quinn finds that the old grouchy lady isn't so old or ugly. Thus begins an interesting, fun story of two matched characters with lots of character and sass.

I found the book to be a quick read because I couldn't put the story aside.
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And When Lawman Quinn Callahan got a look at what piper was hiding beaneath them,He wanted to sin plenty! The woman was a glory to behikd All sass and passion. But he knew he was apsolutly wrong for her.
Desperadoes, careening stagecoaches,gunfire with Quinn piper discovered the excitment never stoped.
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Texas ranger meets woman who makes him "want to sin." Desperadoes, careening stagecoaches, and gunfire, the action never stops.