Finding His Way & Her Fight for Love: 2 Book Special Edition (Wild Meadows Ranch 4) Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : October 7, 2019
- File size : 2740 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 249 pages
- Publisher : SweetBookHub.com (October 7, 2019)
- ASIN : B07YNZZQ2V
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
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- #807 in Christian Fiction Collections & Anthologies (Books)
- #846 in Christian Short Stories
- #1,217 in Western Short Stories
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Book 2, Her Fight for Love, is Cathy’s story. Her mom was pregnant with her when her dad died. She’s 18 years old now in her 2nd week working at the town newspaper. She was hired by the deputy editor, John Alexander, who gave her the job with a culinary column collecting hard time recipes, not the job as a reporter writing interesting stories of happenings around town as she wanted. She went to talk to Nelda Baines who had a book of hard time recipes. In talking with her she found out that her dad had owned Baines Animal Feed, who Dale Clayton bought from her father. Nelda had never told anyone before that her father refused Clayton’s offer to by his store. The second time he offered him a lot less for it. He refused again. That’s when Clayton told hum he’d tell everyone that her dad tried molesting his oldest daughter, Louisa. He believed he would and sold it. The town was afraid of Clayton. She new then she wanted to write a story about Clayton but knew John wouldn’t go for it. She started writing it anyway and managed to secretly talk to the new editor, Russell Tapper. She told him about her talk with Nelda and what she wanted to do, Being new there and from New York, he asked who the Clayton were. He said he wanted to make some discreet inquiries before he decided. The next day he let her no she could write it and it would be her story with her name on it if it went to print. He had two stipulations, first she was to keep the story to herself, telling no one. He didn’t want anyone slipping and Clayton finding out about it. Second, they would work together on it. He told her he had the responsibility to keep her safe. She got names and together they would interview them and hope the people would tell them what Clayton had done to get them to sell. The more they secretly worked on this together, the stronger the attraction to each other. Russell tried fighting it as he was 15 years older than her, he was her boss and had to be professional and he planned on going back to New York in a year. Besides why would a beautiful young woman want a pen older man like him. Would they get enough town’s people to give their story and would it go to print. Cathy wanted to get the truth out about the Claytons and get the town to stand shoulder to shoulder like they use to be before the Clayton’s came to town. Would they accomplish this and would Russell go back to New York? Both stories were well written and are well worth reading. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND yhis 2 book set. Both were fantastic reads! Some advice, when reading book 1, have tissues handy. Joel and Rose’s story caused this reader to have many tears.
I was given an advanced copy of this book set, I voluntarily wrote an honest review.
In "Her fight for love Cathy, the youngest child of the Meadows family shows her determination to follow her desire to become a newspaper reporter as she delves into the story of the family that has terrorized Grafton Crest for over 20 hears and writes a story that unites the town and rids it of an abusive family. This is a fabulous conclusion to the Wild Meadow's Ranch series. I received an ARC of this book set from the author, Indiana Wake, and this is my voluntary and honest review.