Lost Fortune Lost Fortune Historical Western Romance What do you do when the world as you know it is ripped from under you and everything you believed to be true no longer makes sense Rilla travels across the pon

  • Title: Lost Fortune
  • Author: Sandra E. Sinclair
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  • Page: 418
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  • Lost Fortune Historical Western Romance What do you do when the world as you know it is ripped from under you, and everything you believed to be true no longer makes sense Rilla travels across the pond to Boston, the place of her birth After eight years away, she discovers her very existence has been a lie The people she thought she knew, and those she loved, had keLost Fortune Historical Western Romance What do you do when the world as you know it is ripped from under you, and everything you believed to be true no longer makes sense Rilla travels across the pond to Boston, the place of her birth After eight years away, she discovers her very existence has been a lie The people she thought she knew, and those she loved, had kept secrets and lies that could bring scandal and shame if they are discovered Everything she holds dear could be taken from her Making matters worse, she is being hunted by a stranger whose sole purpose is to separate her from her inheritance, leaving her in ruin Left with no other choice, Rilla must flee for her very life Calvin Dalton has been sent by the Pinkerton Agency to recover a lost fortune A chance meeting with a beautiful woman on the train into town left him breathless, and unable to get the exotic beauty out of his mind He is delighted to discover they are staying at the same boardinghouse, even though he knows he has no time to become sweet on the girl He d been sent there to do a job, so he d have to fall in love on his own time However, when he agreed to take on the job, he had no idea where this journey would lead him, or the lives he d ruin with his investigation Calvin s heart and his job were on a collision course of disaster What will happen when the mysterious woman he d met on the train becomes his prime suspect It appears his heart wasn t the only thing she d stolen Lost Fortune is the 1st book in Sandra E Sinclair s Unbridled historical, western romance series where the female are all strong, capable and sassy, but most of all unbridled If you like escaping into bygone days when the west was wild and women wore big dresses, you will love the Unbridled series.

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    1. Do people really read books like this? And call them romance? With a hero who says "dang" and a "low-down, yellow-livered dog's dinner" and " yellow-bellied snake"? I could forgive that- I guess that cowboy schtick does not resonate with me- but the writing was very average (" implicit" used instead of " complicit"- yikes), the plot lame ( for example, the hero demands a bottle of whiskey at the bar and warns the bartender to lock him in his room because otherwise he is going to SHOOT a bunch of [...]

    2. Received from the author in exchange for a fair review.The reader; C. J. McAllister was 'meh'. Sometimes he'd attempt a french accent and it was actually better when he didn't. Still he should have chosen one way or the other.The story was original and what kept me reading/listening. This is a safe, clean romance.Rilla and Calvin the man who almost ruins her. Rilla learns some hard facts about herself shortly after her estranged parents die in a carriage accident. At the same time she finds she [...]

    3. It's fun, romantic, yet full of spunk. It hilariously funny yet so real you feel like you're back in time -Nook Books and More Blog.I enjoy Historical Romances every now and then. It gives you that rustic feel yet a taste of yesterday and freshness that you crave. You are automatically drawn into the story as you get familiar with the characters. The authors pulses in a twist of each characters pov which is quite refreshing for a change. You get to know each character and understand there passio [...]

    4. A Comedy of Errors with a Fist Full of Propriety A Comedy of Errors with a Fist Full of ProprietyGood writing and Good story.A historical romance in case the cover left any doubts. 🙂Book #1 in The Unbridled Series.This book has no steam what-so-ever. Its more Good Chemistry. For those of you out there that don’t like the sexy stuff but still want to read a romance, this is the book for you. Personally I would of like at least a heated embrace and/or kiss or two. Despite being on the chaste [...]

    5. This was a fun read full of sparks and passion. I loved the plot it is full of suspense, mystery and secrets. Rilla is one determined women lord help who ever tries to stop her she isn’t about to let anyone get in her way of what is rightfully hers. This was really a very intriguing read that pulls you in from the first page.Back in that time period what Rilla had to go through when she found out she had be lied to for so many years is just heartbreaking. I am sure her parents didn’t plan on [...]

    6. Unusual in that it was a clean romance without the usual foul language and sex. Nothing boring here, this fast paced story keeps you page turning with all the suspense and activity. A great read and one that you will enjoy. A beautiful love story

    7. This HR took place during the Civil War, no exact date offered. The action happened in Mass, Arizona, and California. Upon her arrival in Boston, heroine Rilla learned herparents recently died and they kept a secret from her. Hero Cal was 1 of 10 sons! And a Pinkerton detectivehired by her bro to locate the rest of his inheritance. R+C fell in love at 1st sight but lost contact. Rilla was engaged to mama's boy Odum. He had nofortitude to question his mother. Rilla's father's last will & test [...]

    8. Lost FortuneThis is an interesting story of a young woman who returns from schooling in France to find both of her parents dead. When she reads the will everything she thinks she knows about herself and her parents is a lie, however they did leave financially stable. Next we learn she has a 1/2 brother who is extremely jealous and wants to take everything their parents left to her.Will the brother succeed in destroying her?Will the Pinkerton agent be enough to protect her? Read the book to get t [...]

    9. It was an enjoyable, short read. For historical fiction, there are probably some corrections that should be made, both in details and in language. There were a few funny scenes and a few poignant scenes. One of the characters seemed to go in a completely different - and reflective - direction without any real catalyst, and a several of the characters would benefit from a little forethought, but it was all ok. If I take it for what I wanted - a light read that would distract me and help me sleep [...]

    10. Great book! Clean, cute, & never a dull moment!Loved this book! Rilla, such an unusual name, but a great character! Never dull, always full of life on the pages. And so was Cal. All of the characters, though there were few, were very real and enjoyable. The plot was great. It's so heartening to read a clean romance that's as good as this one is. I look forward to more books by this author.

    11. After 8 yrs Rilla returns home to find everything has changed drastically. She has lost both parents and goes California to see about her inheritance. There, she starts a girls school. Through twists and turns of the story, it is definitely a happily ever after It is very well written and such a good read.

    12. !Review for Lost Fortune, by Sandra R. SinclairI thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, and look forward to reading more of M's Sinclair books. This book was very well written, and. a clean book The theme and contents made it hard to put down I would recommend Lost Fortune to anyone who enjoys good,, clean reading.Lost Fortune Review .

    13. Exciting and Engaging Western RomanceCal and Rilla really make this story sparkle. At times it was hilarious, such as the scene where they were trying to get Cal to offer marriage. Rilla's determination to make something good out of the ashes of her life was a testament to her giving heart. Thank you very much for a wonderful story, Danny Scott.

    14. I really enjoyed this read. It was fast paced and fun, the one part where they tried to guilt Cal into marrying Rilla had me in stitches.  It was a clean, sweet romance, great characters, fantastic story line and wonderfully written.

    15. Not a long bookI much prefer a shorter book like this without all the excessive words. A happy endingI much prefer a shorter book like this. One without all the excessive words and a happy ending is always good.

    16. Fortunate to find this book!Loved this short book. This is the first I’ve read of this author and look forward to book 2 in the series. The flow of the book and the humor here and there throughout kept me reading I think you’ll enjoy it too!

    17. Audiobook ReviewGreat story, its still shocks be how children of relationships like these had been treated. Not to mention that women couldn't own property, how times have changed.Really enjoyable audiobooks, and very good narrative

    18. I am always a little surprised at how history treated women, so reading books where women are strong characters and build a life for themselves are fun to read. Really enjoyed the story even if it was a bit predictable.

    19. After reading so many poorly written 'free' books, this one finally brings a smile to an avid reader's face! It has creativity, strength, and tenacity on its side.The only disappointment was the rush of the ending with very little building of the relationships.

    20. Interesting bookI liked the book a lot. But did think the plot jumped ahead leaving blank spaces in between. Then it ended quickly

    21. It was an OK read, clean historical romance with an interesting story line. It just seemed that the author decided she was finished writing and suddenly wrapped things up.

    22. Good short storyBook was short, quite a few misspelled words I'm assuming from the printers not the author. It was a good read.

    23. Thoroughly Enjoyed!This was a quick, easy read. It was entertaining and fun. I enjoy historical romances, and this one didn't disappoint.

    24. Good BookI enjoyed this heart worming story, with all of the aspects I like. I like the mail order brides with their stories.

    25. Great short storyI love love love the western romance short stories. This is one of the best ones I've read. I highly recommend it.

    26. LikeIf you love a love story then this is the book.The subject kept with the time period and kept you reading.

    27. They saw each other for about 20 minutes, then each went their own way. Not much of a story or romance.

    28. This is a truly awesome book, that has good characters and an excellent story that will hold your attention. There's no sex scenes or violence. Just great characters and a fascinating story.

    29. I did like this book. The hero is a Pinkerton Detective. The heroine is a teacher. She was sent to France as a child and educated there. She finishes her education and returns home to a few surprises. The hero is in town to conduct some business and visit some of his family. We learn more about their respective backgrounds. We become curious about how things will turn out for this couple. How much influence do the secondary characters have on our hero and heroine? Are these people truly all they [...]

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