Letters of Fate Book 3
A letter from a grandfather he’s never met has Brody Yates escorted across the country to work on a ranch rather than entering prison. But his arrival in Oregon proves prison may have been the lesser of two evils. A revenge driven criminal, the high desert, and his grandfather’s beautiful ward may prove more dangerous than anything he’d faced on the New York docks.
Lilah Wells is committed to helping others: the judge who’d taken her in years ago, the neighboring children, and the ranch residents, which now includes the judge’s handsome wayward grandson. And it all gets more complicated when her heart starts ruling her actions.
Historical western filled with steamy romance and the rawness of a growing country.
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Although I have read other books by Paty Jager, Brody is the first in this series that I have read, and found it a warm hearted, charming story, with all the makings of a good romance...I thoroughly enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading more of this series.
What an unexpectedly delightful read! Paty Jager makes reading historical romance a fun experience again. Brody’s a sweet yet rugged character whose caring nature shines through the storyline and as a reader we are able to see him become more confident and well-rounded after traveling to Oregon and meeting his grandfather and Lilah, Judge Radley’s ward. The romance between Lilah and Brody is subtle and develops at a good pace and tempered with a variety of situations that only show Brody in a more favorable light as the story progresses. I genuinely grew to like and respect Judge Radley and Lilah – they never wavered in their opinions or their willingness to care for those who need them which I found genuinely charming and endearing.