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Fit to Be Tied (The Sisters of Bethlehem Springs) Paperback – October 24, 2009
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It's 1916, and Idaho rancher Cleo Arlington knows everything about horses but nothing about men. So when charged with transforming English aristocrat Sherwood Statham from playboy into cowboy, she's totally disconcerted. So is Statham, who's never encountered a woman succeeding in a 'man's world.' Their bumpy trot into romance is frustrating, exhilarating, and ultimately heartwarming. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Sherwood "Woody" has been sent by his father to the ranch. Not knowing what to expect, he hopes to escape his current path in life. Wounds he got in the war are both physical and mental, but he'll never complain to a woman like Cleo. As they start to get to know one another, their differences begin to fade, but will they discover they like each other enough that once his year in America is over, they'll find the common ground to stay together?
I did enjoy this book. It was a fast, easy read and I loved Cleo's spunk and the way she treated Woody at first. No special treatment for the son of a duke! The first book in the series, A Vote of Confidence, was about Gwen, Cleo's sister, and she shows up quite a bit in this book. While you get a lot of the lives of Morgan and Gwen, you don't get much of the story of how they ended up together. In my opinion, this makes it a safe series to read out of order. The final book in the series, A Matter of Character, is about Daphne, Morgan's sister.
The characters appear like real life people.
Robin Lee Hatcher pulls you into the emotion and I found myself experiencing what they were.
I was also touched by God through the words of this book. To my surprise, a single word in particular was like an opening to spring water that refreshed and comforted me. The line went something like: "she prayed that God would be his healer". "Healer" was the word. God touched me through it, and His Spirit mended my heart a little more.
One more thing: this book is in the middle of a series, but I found it very easy to follow. It didn't feel like there were pieces missing. (Even now I have not read the other books: 1. A Vote of Confidence and 3. A Matter of Character.)
Sherwood, well I expected a spoiled brat, and to give them all sorts of problems. Robin did a grand job of the character of Sherwood. Can't help but love him too.