Series: Broken Arrow Ranch

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Under His Protection by Linda TurnerElizabeth's story - 2
A Hero to Count On by Linda TurnerKatherine's story - 3
Bounty Hunter's Woman by Linda TurnerPriscilla's story - 4

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Series description

Broken Arrow Ranch...

When Buck Wyatt and his sisters inherit Broken Arrow Ranch, it comes with a catch: One of them has to be on the premises at all times for one year, or they'll lose it.

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