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Life on the frontier is hard, especially for a woman alone, ruined by the man she loved. Esther White was forced to work as a soiled dove to survive, but now that she's the housekeeper for a handsome foreign rancher she can put all of that behind her. Except for the fact that her new employer wants to woo her and the entire town disapproves. Jachym Marek has always honore Life on the frontier is hard, especially for a woman alone, ruined by the man she loved. Esther White was forced to work as a soiled dove to survive, but now that she's the housekeeper for a handsome foreign rancher she can put all of that behind her. Except for the fact that her new employer wants to woo her and the entire town disapproves. Jachym Marek has always honored tradition and done what's expected of him, but Esther makes him want to break out of the mold. No woman has ever fascinated him the way she does, nor made him feel so protective. The only man who can see the purity and value within her, he has to fight everyone to keep her with him, even as she tries to pull away to protect him from her reputation. With love and redemption on their side, could a soiled dove become the Rancher's Woman? In the shadow of wild Deadwood, sits quiet Sweet Town. Established in the Dakota Gold Rush of the 1870s, Sweet Town is surrounded by gentle hills and fields of clover. It's a place where anyone can start over and redemption is never out of reach. Sweet Town romances tell the stories of the community as its members fall in love. These inspiring stories explore the power of charity, the nature of good and evil, and all the miracles that can happen when you open your heart.


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Life on the frontier is hard, especially for a woman alone, ruined by the man she loved. Esther White was forced to work as a soiled dove to survive, but now that she's the housekeeper for a handsome foreign rancher she can put all of that behind her. Except for the fact that her new employer wants to woo her and the entire town disapproves. Jachym Marek has always honore Life on the frontier is hard, especially for a woman alone, ruined by the man she loved. Esther White was forced to work as a soiled dove to survive, but now that she's the housekeeper for a handsome foreign rancher she can put all of that behind her. Except for the fact that her new employer wants to woo her and the entire town disapproves. Jachym Marek has always honored tradition and done what's expected of him, but Esther makes him want to break out of the mold. No woman has ever fascinated him the way she does, nor made him feel so protective. The only man who can see the purity and value within her, he has to fight everyone to keep her with him, even as she tries to pull away to protect him from her reputation. With love and redemption on their side, could a soiled dove become the Rancher's Woman? In the shadow of wild Deadwood, sits quiet Sweet Town. Established in the Dakota Gold Rush of the 1870s, Sweet Town is surrounded by gentle hills and fields of clover. It's a place where anyone can start over and redemption is never out of reach. Sweet Town romances tell the stories of the community as its members fall in love. These inspiring stories explore the power of charity, the nature of good and evil, and all the miracles that can happen when you open your heart.

30 review for Rancher's Woman

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brian Davis

    Good I hate to leave a book unreviewed but I seem to say the same thing for each of Sarah Christian's books. In her sweet and simple romances she explores themes of love, faith, commitment and prejudice. Her characters grow with each book, both the central ones and the background characters. Simply good reads. Good I hate to leave a book unreviewed but I seem to say the same thing for each of Sarah Christian's books. In her sweet and simple romances she explores themes of love, faith, commitment and prejudice. Her characters grow with each book, both the central ones and the background characters. Simply good reads.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Scott

    A BEAUTIFUL WESTERN ROMANCE STORY Thank you for truly touching story. Esther is one of the best characters I have read about lately. Her trails did not breach her, but it did power her self-esteem. Thank you for bringing Jacham into her life to show her she was worth loving. Till the next book, Danny Scott.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Vickey Mcgee

    Excellent!! I really enjoyed this story. It's a nice clean book that everyone can read and enjoy. Some great characters and storyline. Excellent!! I really enjoyed this story. It's a nice clean book that everyone can read and enjoy. Some great characters and storyline.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    Rancher's Woman by Sarah Christian is Book 11 of the author's Sweet Town Romance series. Each book in the series seems to reflect the town's expansion. Being only the second Sweet Town  book I've read, I haven't been a witness to its development. However, I did recognize characters from Book 5.  In this particular tale, we see how people's set views can ruin lives. I appreciated how at least some of them were able to achieve personal growth by changing their opinions and setting an example for ot Rancher's Woman by Sarah Christian is Book 11 of the author's Sweet Town Romance series. Each book in the series seems to reflect the town's expansion. Being only the second Sweet Town  book I've read, I haven't been a witness to its development. However, I did recognize characters from Book 5.  In this particular tale, we see how people's set views can ruin lives. I appreciated how at least some of them were able to achieve personal growth by changing their opinions and setting an example for others.   

  5. 4 out of 5

    sheila

    Not as nice I didn't like the attitudes towards Esther. Thought they were better than her. Looked down because of how she had to survive. The town could have helped. Not as nice I didn't like the attitudes towards Esther. Thought they were better than her. Looked down because of how she had to survive. The town could have helped.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Anne Butler

    Great book I loved this book as I did all of the other Sweet Town Series.They are so easy to just pick up and read because all of the townspeople you already know and love from the previous books.This one has a special message.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Judi Cordingley

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    Sandra B Matthews

  10. 5 out of 5

    emilie harker

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    pamela hamilton

  12. 4 out of 5

    April

  13. 4 out of 5

    Irene Klassen

  14. 5 out of 5

    becky lynn pruett

  15. 5 out of 5

    Paula

  16. 4 out of 5

    virginia carpenter

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tonypoll

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

  19. 5 out of 5

    Delane Moore

  20. 4 out of 5

    Janet Housden

  21. 4 out of 5

    Nanci Epps

  22. 5 out of 5

    lucinda alston

  23. 4 out of 5

    V Shore

  24. 5 out of 5

    Shirley Wheatley

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    Brenda Thomas

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    Patricia Rees

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lillian

  28. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

  29. 5 out of 5

    Chu-Salyer Sharon

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Meyers

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