The Rancher's Daughter

The Rancher's Daughter


genre-fantasy, , 2021-book-haul, epic-fantasy, Fantasy

Once a hunter of renegade wizards, Silas Vendine now finds himself on the wrong side of the mages' law with his illegal marriage to Lainie, who has her own forbidden and supposedly impossible magical powers. On the run from the law, Silas and Lainie are scraping by on what Lainie wins at cards and whatever odd jobs Silas can get from people who need his skills and don't ask too many questions.

When Lainie's luck with the cards turns sour, they are led to a meeting with one of the richest ranchers in the Wildings. Brin Coltor wants Silas and Lainie to undertake a dangerous mission into A'ayimat territory for him, and they can't afford to turn him down. But Coltor is hiding a few secrets of his own, that lead Silas and Lainie right into the trouble they've been trying to avoid.

Book 3 of Daughter of the Wildings. Contains language, violence, and mild to moderate sensual content.

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Title:The Rancher's Daughter
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    The Rancher's Daughter Reviews

  • Pauline Ross

    The Daughter of the Wildings series is possibly my favourite reading at the moment. This is book 3, and the author's getting into her stride now. The characters are charming and heroic, the villains a...

  • Violet Stone

    This was better than the previous one. I wish these books were longer though. Some much needed world building could go a long way here. Especially since this sort of had the same plot as the first boo...

  • Sharon Stevenson

    'The Rancher's Daughter' is the continuing story of married couple on the run Lainie and Silas, as they get into a bit of trouble after Lainie is cheated out of a big win.I really looked forward to re...

  • Kyra Halland

    The further adventures of Silas and Lainie. Also introduces one of my favorite characters, wealthy rancher Brin Coltor. There are many books titled The Rancher's Daughter, but I think it's safe to say...