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***This is the third and final book in a continuing series. These books need to be read in order.*** Ronan James finally has a reason to get rid of his wife. Unfaithful and sterile, she’s the one thing standing between him and his rightful property. His sister’s desertion to the MacAllister ranch with R.J.’s competition is salt in a rotting wound. R.J. needs an heir and a***This is the third and final book in a continuing series. These books need to be read in order.*** Ronan James finally has a reason to get rid of his wife. Unfaithful and sterile, she’s the one thing standing between him and his rightful property. His sister’s desertion to the MacAllister ranch with R.J.’s competition is salt in a rotting wound. R.J. needs an heir and a legitimate one at that. With divorce papers in the works and the contracts calling in for mining rights, R.J. strikes a deal with his childhood girlfriend, Kelsey, – a woman who is more tied to his enemies than he realizes. But if she can marry him and give him a kid, he just might be able to hold onto the one thing he thinks he wants above all else – the land. But when things slip out of his control, Ronan will need to figure out which is worth the sacrifice – the woman he’s always wanted or the land he was destined to have. ...

Title : sorrows and lace
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ISBN : 22877243
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 122 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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sorrows and lace Reviews

  • Betty Ost-Everley
    2018-10-20 20:46

    I downloaded the Lonely Lace Series a few weeks ago and read them all in a few days. If you are looking for goodie-two-shoes characters, you won't find them here. Relationships based on lies, deceit, misunderstanding, meddling, greed, jealousy...you'll find that in spades in these novels, and it makes for interesting plot twists. While each book has a romance element, that was not nearly as strong as I would have liked, and there seemed to be a good dose of hand-wringing by all the lead characters at some point. They need to be read in order; the books will not easily stand alone on their own - the trilogy is really just one long story. The entire series did end satisfyingly, however. I also liked the setting of Montana (which is evidently still a bit on the wild side) with the backdrop of gorgeous mountain country. All the books have moderate profanity.

  • Beverly
    2018-10-07 22:11

    Just finished! This was a really good light romance. Good guys, bad guys, Native Americans, gunfights, fist fights, kidnapping attempts and in the end marriage, happiness and babies. If you are in the mood for a good light cowboy romance, the Lonely Lace Trilogy is a good one. Each book centers on a different main male character, but all characters are in all the books, Editing could use a little help here and there, but it wasn't so far off that I didn't know what the author was trying to say and it wasn't frequent.

  • Jan Baldocchi
    2018-10-19 20:49

    adored this seriesWhat a great read! Characters are great storylines are solid ! Somehow you slip into this story and you feel like you are right there! I wish I could give it more stars but all I can do is say read it and enjoy it and come back for more!

  • Jana Dupre
    2018-09-24 17:49

    Lonely River books Lonely River books truly enjoyed all three books. Great characters! Worth the read. Easy to read and very enjoyable. I'd read all three.

  • Elaine
    2018-10-08 14:54

    I enjoyed this whole series. it has just the right amount of romance and drama.

  • Hot Reading Mom
    2018-10-13 21:50

    Finally Ronan's story. End of the series with nice wrap up

  • Crystal Iselt
    2018-09-19 20:02

    Sorrow & LaceI didn't think this book was going to be all that good cause in the 2nd book it had portrayed that Ronan was an Ass! But it actually turned out to be really good!!!

  • Beka
    2018-10-04 23:12

    I enjoyed the epilogue but still felt like some things were left unanswered. I did enjoy how everything got tied in from the second book.