Far Hills Ranch has bound together the Susland family for nearly a century and a half. For just as long, there’s been a legend that the ranch and its family are cursed. Now, says the legend, the current generation is the last with a chance to break the curse.
A stranger rescues her, then disappears when she needs him most... Until he knocks on her door, years later and half a world away...
On assignment in distant Santa Estella, hardheaded journalist Kendra Jenner finds herself in the middle of a vicious hurricane . . . and unexpectedly in the arms of a stranger who speaks virtually no English. Fear leads to passion that months later leads to a baby, which Kendra fully expects to raise on her own, since her search for the father is a fruitless one. Three years later, "Paulo" shows up at her Wyoming home, identifying himself as Daniel Delligati. He says he's come for his son -- and for her.
Can they have a second chance at love ... when they never had a first chance?
“A beautifully crafted story revolving around two of the most determined characters you'll ever meet, both of whom want only what is right, and best, for the little boy conceived out of what was perhaps only a desperate affirmation of life in a life-threatening situation ... or perhaps the beginning of a love that runs deeper than fear and self-doubt and recriminations. Daniel is a hero to die for, at once vulnerable and courageous, gentle, and iron-willed. ... A thoroughly enjoyable read."" -- From 5* review by Karen Templeton
"...bursting with wonderful Patricia McLinn romantic touches -- powerful characters, strong interplay and fiery moments". --Romantic Times
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Lost and Found Groom by USA Today bestselling author Patricia McLinn begins the contemporary western romance series A Place Called Home. It delivers an emotional, compelling adventure with international intrigue, at the same time the first element of the curse tests the strength and heart of the family that calls Far Hills Ranch home.
Read all of the A Place Called Home series!
Lost and Found Groom
At the Heart’s Command
Hidden in a Heartbeat
Reader reviews for Patricia McLinn’s A Place Called Home stories:
“Great romance. Page turner.”
“Very intense in places, both with love and adventure.”
“So different from other romance novels…amazing.”
“Liked the twists and turns.”
“I couldn't put it down. I bought the second book, At the Heart's Command. As soon as I finish it, I will buy Hidden in a Heartbeat.”
“This was very good. READ, READ!!!
“If you love emotional stories with complex characters, especially strong heroines and heart-stopping heroes, don't miss this!”
“A book you will read more than once.”
“Just the right balance of romance, action and mystery.”
“As always with Patricia McLinn's books, this is well written and heartfelt .. . her books never disappoint.”
If you especially enjoy western romances, also try these other books by Patricia:
Bardville, Wyoming series
A Stranger in the Family
A Stranger to Love
The Rancher Meets His Match
Wyoming Wildflowers series
Wyoming Wildflowers: The Beginning (prequel)
Almost a Bride
Match Made in Wyoming
My Heart Remembers
-- A New World (prequel to Jack’s Heart)
Jack’s Heart (Yellow Monkeyflower)
-- Rodeo Nights (prequel to Where Love Lives)
Where Love Lives: The Inheritance (Threadleaf Phacelia)
A Cowboy Wedding
Historical western romance
Courting a Cowboy
... and east of the Mississippi, try:
The Wedding Series
Prelude to a Wedding
The Runaway Bride
The Christmas Princess
-- Hoops (prequel to The Surprise Princess)
The Surprise Princess
-- Not a Family Man (prequel to The Forgotten Prince)
The Forgotten Prince
Marry Me series
Wedding of the Century
The Unexpected Wedding Guest
A Most Unlikely Wedding
Baby Blues and Wedding Bells
Customer ReviewsSee All
This story was really well thought out. It kept my interest and kept building in excitement. I'm glad I read it and will follow it.
Slow read until last pages
While I liked the storyline it was difficult to maintain interest.
Lost and Found
I like the story very much. However there was parts that dragged on unnecessarily. My first time reading this author. I would problem read another book by this author.