Modern Day Drifter Free from Amazon Kindle Store

Modern Day Drifter by Jessica Tate is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4 out of 5 stars based on three customer reviews.  You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in into your computer’s web browser.

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

Jake Shepherd is a man with a past he would like to erase. Fresh out of prison, he lands in Phelps, Texas, a town so small it isn’t much more than a wide spot in the road. Desperate to start a new life, he takes a job as a ranch hand and finds that ranch life is something he is good at, and soon he gains a spot on the rodeo team.

Despite extreme warnings from other ranch hands, Jake becomes interested in Annie Smithson, the ranch owner’s daughter. Annie is beautiful, sweet, and a star barrel racer. From the moment Jake meets her, he knows she is too good for him. Jake’s main goal after being paroled was to prove he was a better man. Finding love was the last thing on his mind. After falling for Annie, he lives in constant fear that his past will be revealed and he will be exiled from the ranch forever, being shunned from a life he is beginning to love, away from the first woman he ever cared for. A major accident tests his life, love, and friendships with many people he has come to know.

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