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  • Published: 1 November 2011
  • ISBN: 9780425244555
  • Imprint: Jove
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 416
  • RRP: $13.99

Open Country




Love, lies, and the perils of passion unfold in the second western romance in Kaki Warner's Blood Rose Trilogy...

Hank Wilkins doesn’t remember the train wreck that he barely survived—and he certainly doesn't remember getting married. Still, honor demands he take Molly McFarlane and her niece and nephew home to his ranch in New Mexico Territory, where his new wife is quickly caught up in the boisterous Wilkins family.

Caught in a desperate situation, Molly told a lie to ensure the futures of her sister’s children—children she knows little about caring for. She knows even less about caring for a man, especially silent, brooding types like Hank. But even as Molly and Hank discover each other, the spectre of the truth of Molly’s past threatens to tear their newly formed family apart...

  • Pub date: 1 November 2011
  • ISBN: 9780425244555
  • Imprint: Jove
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 416
  • RRP: $13.99

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Praise for Open Country

“Praise for Open Country “Warner earned readers’ respect as a strong Western writer with her debut, the first book in the Blood Rose Trilogy. With the second, she cements that reputation. Her powerful prose, realistic details, and memorable characters all add up to a compelling, emotionally intense read.”—RT Book Reviews “Vivid imagery...a beautifully spun tale that will leave readers satisfied, yet yearning for Jack’s story.”—The Season (Top Pick) “A wonderful historical tale starring a strong ensemble cast...[A] superb Reconstruction Era romance.”—Genre Go Round Reviews More Praise for Kaki Warner “Finding a Kaki Warner book is striking gold.”—New York Times bestselling author Jodi Thomas “Kaki Warner’s warm, witty, and lovable characters shine.”—USA Today “[An] emotionally compelling, subtly nuanced tale of revenge, redemption, and romance...This flawlessly written book is worth every tear.”—Chicago Tribune ”


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