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Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: Lassoed in Texas
Petticoat Ranch, Lassoed in Texas Series #1 (rpkgd)Mary Connealy4.5 Stars Out Of 5 2 ReviewsSave 77%
All aboard for a delightful, suspense-filled romance, where a Texan is torn between his attraction to a meddlesome schoolmarm and the charms of a designing dressmaker. When Hannah Cartwright meets Grant, she's determined to keep him from committing her orphans to hard labor on his ranch. How far will she go to ensure their welfare? Grant is determined to provide a home for the two kids brought in by the orphan train. Can he keep his ragtag family together while steering clear of love and marriage?
Mary Connealy writes romantic comedy with cowboys. She is a Christy Award finalist and a Carol Award winner. She is the author of the Lassoed in Texas Trilogy, the Montana Marriage Trilogy, and the Sophie's Daughters Series.
Mary lives on a Nebraska ranch with her husband, Ivan, and has four grown daughters: Joslyn (married to Matt), Wendy, Shelly (married to Aaron), and Katy. And she is the grandmother of two beautiful grandchildren.
Mary Connealy leads the readers on an adventure through the tiny town of Sour Springs. The church-going neighbors arent always as kind as they might be, but the entire town learns several lessons from the godly Grant and his adopted children.
The author enriches the characters by telling of their background when its part of understanding their present actions. Gods love and peace radiate from Grant and his children, which in turn reaches even the worst people in town, the school bullies and their tough father, whom the pastor leads to peace and forgiveness.
I really enjoyed this book. It is light-hearted and fun, if not a little predictable. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a quick, amusing, engaging adventure to another time and place, finding ordinary people work through problems in a godly manner. Lyn Haval, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com