AGAINST THE WIND
by Kat Martin

January 2011
ISBN: 978-1-7783-2919-0
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Mass Market Paperback
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Once upon a time Sarah Allen wanted more then the small community of Wind Canyon, Wyoming could offer her. Sarah ran to the big time city of LA. There her life spiraled downward during her hellish marriage to Andrew Hollister. Now widowed after her abusive husband is murdered, Sarah has decided to take her six-year-old daughter Holly back to a simpler life. Trying to escape the clutches of the shady associates of her late husband has Sarah unnerved. Can she provide a safe home for Holly at the remote ranch of Jackson Raines, the guy she rejected and humiliated in high school?


Known while growing up as the “no-account Raines boys” Jackson and his two younger brothers proved they could rise above their bad-boy images. The Raines brothers are now each successful in their own right. Jackson, the oldest, recently purchased Raintree Ranch, and making a good, if a bit lonely, life for himself. His housekeeper, Olivia, suggests he use the vacant cottage on the property for income by renting it out. Never in his wildest dreams could Jackson imagine that Sarah Allen who so publicly spurned him in high school would be his new tenant!


Despite their turbulent past, Jackson cannot resist hot temptation and trouble, two things that are definitely associated with gorgeous Sarah! Together they will go .Against the Wind to put the thugs chasing Sarah and her daughter away for good, and find the happy ending they both so deserve!


Cowboys, bad guys and hot steamy sexy romance, all here for the reader to relish in Kat Martin’s Against the Wind. We all love an alpha hero who can take down a goon and save his woman, Jackson Raines is that hero. Sarah Allen is not a shrinking violet. She has vowed to never be under any man’s thumb again, and her daughter is her main priority. Loved these two together, and can’t wait to read what Kat Martin has in store for her two other Raines brothers.


Reviewed in February 2011 by Bonnie.

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