About the Book
Falling for someone who doesn’t want to get married is soon be the least of his concerns.
While his brothers and their new wives search for who shot him, Wyatt Hunt is temporarily bedridden and completely miserable. Somehow Molly Garner’s limited skills have made her the most qualified in their circle to care for Wyatt. But by the time he’s healed, she’s fed up with him and the whole ungrateful family. For even worse than his grumpiness were the few unguarded moments when he pulled at her heartstrings, and she has been long determined to never repeat her mother’s mistakes.
When alternate plans of finding her own independent life fall through, Molly volunteers to work for the Pinkertons and help investigate nearby ranch owner Oliver Hawkins. She signs on to be his housekeeper, hoping to find clues to prove his nefarious, and possibly murderous, past. Wyatt refuses to let her risk it alone and offers to act as Hawkins’s new foreman.
But when another Pinkerton agent gets shot, they realize Hawkins isn’t the only danger. The Hunt brothers will have to band together to face all the troubles of life and love that suddenly surround them.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
Let me start by saying, the Brothers in Arms series by Mary Connealy is one best read in order because there are simultaneous events happening through them and a couple of major plot lines are not resolved until book three (but books one and two do both have satisfying endings).
Love on the Range has a darker overtone than most of Connealy’s books because of the villain (and that’s all I’ll say about that to avoid spoilers). The three brothers who have just learned about each other and are now living together band together with the women around them to figure out just who is behind trying to get them off their ranch. And there is a lot of action happening throughout.
I loved learning more about Molly and seeing a different side of her than we had in the previous books and the way the brothers come to accept each other is great. Love on the Range is a satisfying series wrap up where the bad guys get their comeuppance and the good guys find their happily ever after.
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