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The Sentenced by Joannie Kay – Chapter Ten

Chapter Ten The knock on the front door caught Gretchen by surprise. She decided to let someone else answer because she was entering figures in the ledger, and she didn’t need a distraction. When the visitor knocked again, she realized that Ellie was in her garden out back, and Minnie was sewing. Amanda was with […]

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The Sentenced by Joannie Kay – Chapter Nine

Chapter Nine “Minnie and I were married today,” Ben announced, a big smile on his face. “Congratulations,” Ham said, but couldn’t resist adding, “Why didn’t you tell us what you planned?” “We didn’t plan it. Minnie was kidnapped today. I about lost my mind until we caught up to them and realized she was all […]

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The Sentenced by Joannie Kay – Chapter Eight

Chapter Eight “Please, Minnie. I love you,” Ben insisted. “I love you, too, Benjamin. Yes, I will marry you.” “Are you all right, Minnie?” Oliver asked, still holding his gun on Neal. “I am fine, Oliver.” “I was scared to death we wouldn’t get here in time,” he admitted. “What did you do to this […]

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The Sentenced by Joannie Kay – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven “Fighting is against the rules, no exceptions,” Ben replied. “We were not aware of your rules,” Minerva pointed out. “You aren’t being fair,” Crystal added. “Fair? Unfair would have been to give into temptation and spank you outside in front of everyone on this ranch. I believe that we have been patient.” “No. […]

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The Sentenced by Joannie Kay – Chapter Six

Chapter Six “What do you think now, Ben?” Ham asked quietly after everyone else was in bed for the night. “She certainly is better behaved than she was at the relay station, Ham. Did you have to get her attention?” “I did. I’m not expecting perfection, but progress toward the goal.” “You have made progress. […]

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The Sentenced by Joannie Kay – Chapter Five

Chapter Five “Ben, stop pushing Minnie to marry you. She’s been to hell and back; she needs at least one minute to catch her breath,” Oliver stated his opinion. “Don’t make her feel like she has to marry you or we won’t help her.” “Am I making you feel pressured, Minnie?” Ben asked. “I don’t […]

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The Sentenced by Joannie Kay – Chapter Four

Chapter Four It was dark by the time Ham reached Cartersville. He left his horses at the livery stable with orders to give them a good rub down and extra oats. He had no respect at all for men who didn’t take the time to see to their animals’ comfort. The team worked hard today; […]

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The Sentenced by Joannie Kay – Chapter Three

Chapter Three “Minnie, please don’t go,” Ben asked. “My ma is going to want to meet you and thank you for saving my life. Will you come to the Granger Ranch with me to meet her?” “Sure, she’ll go, won’t she, Gus?” “Indeed, Homer. Why, it wouldn’t be right for you to ride into town […]

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The Sentenced by Joannie Kay – Chapter Two

Chapter Two Ben shook his head at Minerva’s question. What did he do? Everyone knew his family. “You really aren’t from around here, are you, Minnie?” he asked, chuckling. The pretty redhead was so different from the women he knew; the ones who were always fawning over him, hoping he’d take notice and offer marriage. […]

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