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Number of Pages: 276
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Lori Wick's bestselling series The Californians (more than 500,000 copies sold) has a fresh new cover design to delight avid Lori Wick fans and readers just introduced to Lori's beloved fiction.
Caught in his first bank robbery, Sean Donovan is sentenced to hang. But Charlotte Cooper, who needs a blacksmith for her livery, has other ideas. By law, a woman of good standing in the community can save a man from the gallows by marrying him. Humbled by the dramatic rescue and renewed in his faith, Sean's heart goes out to his new bride, a woman whose past has prompted her to guard her heart. Yet could the talk around town be true? Is the fiercely independent Charlotte falling for Sean Donovan?
Donna Andrade5 Stars Out Of 5July 10, 2010Donna AndradeI really enjoyed the next episode of the Donovan family. Sean was a troubled kid and there more drama in this book as he got in trouble with the law. I loved watching the way the love of Charlotte and Donovan grew, but even better was watching his first Love return.
Shanon Manly5 Stars Out Of 5January 18, 2008Shanon ManlyThe transformation in both Sean & Charlotte is heartwarming. Going through all of their inner turmoil because of their sins or their pasts reaches into your heart, it's something we can all relate to. This is an excellent read!
Stephanie5 Stars Out Of 5November 23, 2007StephanieIf there is such a thing as a lovable outlaw, Sean Donovan is it--a bad boy with a good heart. Sean's conflicts and their roots are so understandable that while you heartily disagree with his sin, you can't help but be touched and hope he will find redemption. As for that redemption, Charlie Cooper is an unlikely, but fiery, funny, and entirely lovable tool in God's hand toward that end (though of course she doesn't know it. :) Lori's suspense could use some work, but this is the best Californians installment so far, largely because these characters are so refreshingly, wonderfully imperfect, but find a realistic, non-sugary path to the One who is.
Lelia5 Stars Out Of 5July 5, 2007LeliaWonderful read. One of my favorites.