Cowboy Conspiracy

Cowboy Conspiracy Ex lawman Wyatt Ledger came back home to find his mother s killer even if it was his father The truth had haunted him nearly twenty years but now nothing would come between them except a damsel and h

  • Title: Cowboy Conspiracy
  • Author: Joanna Wayne
  • ISBN: 9780373695928
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ex lawman Wyatt Ledger came back home to find his mother s killer even if it was his father The truth had haunted him nearly twenty years, but now nothing would come between them except a damsel and her daughter in distress.Kelly Burger sought a fresh start in the Hill Country, but when her dangerous past followed, she turned to the safe arms of her cowboy protector ThouEx lawman Wyatt Ledger came back home to find his mother s killer even if it was his father The truth had haunted him nearly twenty years, but now nothing would come between them except a damsel and her daughter in distress.Kelly Burger sought a fresh start in the Hill Country, but when her dangerous past followed, she turned to the safe arms of her cowboy protector Though he now battled two killers by day, at night Wyatt was defenseless against her seductive touch Secrets of their past lurked in town unspeakable and deadly Once he uncovered them, could Wyatt save himself, his family and the woman he loved

    One thought on “Cowboy Conspiracy”

    1. Excellent conclusion to the series. Wyatt came back to find his mother's killer. He wasn't sure whether it was his dad or not, but he needed to know. Kelly had come back to town to build a new life for herself and her daughter. When Wyatt came to her rescue, she had to depend on him and his family to keep her safe. Helene Ledger's killer was who I thought it would be, and Kelly's attacker had a link also.

    2. Truth and Happyness10 Gold Stars . Coming home two perfect strangers take to each other and between therm both they find that they each had a link in a murder that happened many years ago. A story that will pull at your heart strings. A series that worth maybe twice more to read the series over again.

    3. I really enjoyed this book. It is the 5th book in a series, but read as a standalone. This was the first book I read from the series, and I didn't feel lost. I may go and read other books from this series, since this book was so good.Wyatt Ledger will never forget the day he found his mother's body as a young boy. He grew up and became a detective. He finished up his last case, and turned in his notice. He moved back home. His dad had been found guilty for the murder of his mother, and had serve [...]

    4. In Wayne's romantic suspence novel, Wyatt Ledger resigned from the police department to return home and find his mother's killer--even if it turned out to be his father. After twenty years of wondering, Wyatt wasn't willing to let anything come between him and the truth, except maybe a damsel and her daughter both in distress. Kelly Burger was seeking a new start in the Hill Country only to have her dangerous past follow her. Though Wyatt was determined to resolve his past, he was defenseless in [...]

    5. Wyatt Ledger quits his job as a homicide detective to go back home and concentrate on finding his mother's killer.His father has been jailed for the murder, then released on a technicality, but Wyatt wants to know for sure whether or not his dad was responsible for his mother's death.On the trip home, he briefly meets Kelly Burger (at a diner) but it is not the last time he sees her. After certain events out of both of their control, Wyatt ends up taking Kelly and her child home to his father's [...]

    6. The last in the Sons of Troy Ledger series. I didn't read all the series but I did want to find out the big mystery of whodunnit. It was a satisfying ending but not much surprise on the big reveal. It was a good enjoyable read.

    7. There were several mistakes of putting the wrong persons name into sentences. This book should really go back to the editor and be read a bit more carefully. But I am not a picky person, and I dont base my scores on typos. This was a good book to end the series with. I enjoyed it.

    8. Joanna Wayne's books never disappoint. She's on my auto-buy list for guilty pleasures. But I was especially excited to read this one, the last book in her Sons of Troy Ledger series.

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