False Pretenses

False Pretenses Jayne Hamilton has a dark secret she s carefully guarded and which she hopes will stay hidden until she lands the job at Dancing Moon Ranch But as Sam Hansen interviews her he s uneasy Things don t a

  • Title: False Pretenses
  • Author: Patricia Watters
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jayne Hamilton has a dark secret she s carefully guarded and which she hopes will stay hidden until she lands the job at Dancing Moon Ranch.But as Sam Hansen interviews her, he s uneasy Things don t add up Still, he hires her without running a background check because his mother wants to retire from the guest ranch end of the operation, and neither Sam nor his twin, JackJayne Hamilton has a dark secret she s carefully guarded and which she hopes will stay hidden until she lands the job at Dancing Moon Ranch.But as Sam Hansen interviews her, he s uneasy Things don t add up Still, he hires her without running a background check because his mother wants to retire from the guest ranch end of the operation, and neither Sam nor his twin, Jack, want to take over that job A guest ranch manager would free them of that burden But soon, Sam finds himself blindly attracted to Jayne, even though he knows she s hiding something something that has to do with a child But Sam also senses that there s much .

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    1. Jayne and SamSam has been divorced for three years from his son's mother. He helps run the Dancing Moon Ranch with his brother and sister-in-law and their mother. When their mother announces that she's ready to retire and enjoy her grandchildren, the need for a guest ranch manager opens up. Jayne applies for the job, but Sam believes that things just don't add up on her resume. However, he's entranced by her beauty and hires her anyway. Jayne starts to have feelings for Sam but there are things [...]

    2. Another judgemental romance, with medieval moral values and women shaming.As usual in the Dancing Moon Ranch, men need wives, and are very strict about policing who does or doesn't meet the right criteria. This is what I got from this book:- men have needs (yes, sexual needs) and to fulfill them they need a wife- all sexual attraction should be channeled towards marriage, there is no middle ground where any type of romantic relationship can be condoned outside of marriage- women must have impecc [...]

    3. Third installment in the Dancing Moon Ranch series has Sam divorced and living on the Ranch with his son Ricky. With their mother wanting to step back from duties Sam and his twin Jack have hired Jayne Hamilton to manage the operations and daily business. Sam is immediately taken with Jayne but can tell she has some secrets she is not willing to divulge no matter how close they get.This is a nice series and I know the exes will come back to haunt the Hansen twins in some fashion.I like this inst [...]

    4. This book was better than the last. I might add the next book to my to read list but I'm not in a hurry. I was happy to see Sam get a happy ending but I would have to agree with another review that there is a lot of repetitiveness. If I could give partial stars I might down grade this to 2.5 stars.

    5. Good readCompelling characters as usual. The story of second chances for hero and heroine. Beautiful description of surrounding scenery. You can almost feel like you are there.Highly recommend.

    6. i'm disappointed in this book - there is to much drama for me child is not his/ hers but the next on is -??

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