Saved by the Rancher: Book One: The Hunted Series

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HarperCollins, Mar 26, 2013 - Fiction - 464 pages
12 Reviews

From the moment rancher Jack Turner rescues Jenna Caldwell Merrick, he is determined to help her. Soon, he is doing more than tend her wounds; he is mending her heart. Jenna is a woman on the run—hunted down by her ex-husband, David Merrick, from the day she left him, taking part of his company with her, to the second she finds herself in the safety of Jack's ranch. More than just a haven, Jack's offering the love, family, and home she thought were out of reach.

Jack's support will give Jenna the strength she needs to reclaim her life. The hunted will become the hunter, while David gets what he deserves, when they have an explosive confrontation in the boardroom of Merrick International. But not before Jack and Jenna enter into a fight … for their lives.

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Review: Saved by the Rancher (Hunted #1)

User Review  - Kari - Goodreads

Just an OK read for me. It was a little longer than it needed to be. Some of the conversations seemed like filler to make the book longer and did nothing to further the story. I did like that the ... Read full review

Review: Saved by the Rancher (Hunted #1)

User Review  - Brooke - Goodreads

I was going to be generous and give this one two stars but I just can't, in good conscience, do it... So Jenna used to be married to David. He was abusive so she divorced him. She got half the shares ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Jennifer Ryan writes romantic suspense and contemporary small-town romances featuring strong men and equally resilient women. Her stories are filled with love, friendship, and the happily-ever-after we all hope to find.

Jennifer lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, three children, dog (Bella), and cat (Shadow).

When she isn't writing a book, she's reading one. Her obsession with both is often revealed in the state of her home and in how late dinner is to the table. When she finally leaves those fictional worlds, you'll find her in the garden, playing in the dirt and daydreaming about people who live only in her head, until she puts them on paper.

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