By Christine Rimmer

A impossible HERO

He used to be the type of guy her mama warned her approximately, workaday rancher Sophie B. Jones learned, as she seemed as much as locate Sinclair Riker's unrelenting gaze on her. yet resisting him used to be no longer an choice, for notwithstanding his phrases hinted on the darkness of his soul, his eyes spoke one other message altogether—one that Sophie couldn't support yet answer….

Sinclair knew greater than to fall for an blameless like Sophie Jones. He knew that heartless seduction used to be imagined to be his stock-in-trade, and that he had come to the ranch with one function only—to do Sophie out of her cherished land, whatsoever attainable. So what was once it approximately this lady that had him longing for the purity of her soul? and will love fairly flip Sin…into Sophie's saint?

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He did not want to be here, she knew it. She could feel it in her bones. He said nothing when she showed him the library, where his father's books still stood in the tall, glass-fronted cases. In an effort to fill the ominous silence that seemed to emanate from him, Sophie talked about the small changes she'd made. "I couldn't bear to tear out the wainscotting," she said of the shoulder-high paneling that lined the walls of most of the rooms. "But the old wallpaper had to go. Cabbage roses on a black background, if you remember.

And it hadn't been a transcendent experience—except in her own suddenly hyperactive imagination, which she was squelching as of now. By the time the final credits rolled, Sophie felt she had herself under reasonable control. She climbed down the ladder from the booth-hayloft, pulled back the curtains that masked her concession stand and opened the big barn doors wide. Then, by the light of that almost full August moon, with another of her cats in her arms, she stood in the open doors and said goodbye to all of her guests personally, just as she always did.

And thought of it as his. Anger arrowed through him again. Who the hell was she to choose his spot as hers? " Her knowing eyes seemed to see right through him. "It's all right. All of it. " He shook his head and looked away from her, because it wasn't all right. It was crazy. This whole thing—the wide-eyed woman and the August night, what had happened in that damn house and what was happening inside him now. Never in a million years would he have imagined that tonight would go like this. No. Tonight was supposed to have been nothing more than a scouting expedition, a chance to check out his adversary in person before she even knew that he planned to reclaim what was his at any cost.

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