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Heart of a Cowboy Paperback – February 26, 2016
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About the Author
Susan Page Davis is the author of more than 60 published novels. She’s a two-time winner of the Inspirational Readers’ Choice Award, and also a winner of the Carol Award & the Will Rogers Medallion. Miralee is the author of novellas, numerous articles, and 18 novels, including award winning westerns, ECPA Best Sellers, and a brand new series of middle-grade horse novels. Yvonne, award-winning author of 56 novels, 5 Moments series books, directs the annual Blue Ridge “Autumn in the Mountains” Novelist Retreat at Ridgecrest NC. Vickie McDonough is the best-selling author of over 40 books and novellas. Her books have won the Inspirational Reader's Choice award several times, as well as the Bookseller's Best, Texas Gold, and a Carol Award Finalist 8 times.
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Top customer reviews
Hearts in Pursuit, Davis: Kidnapped children, family members and ranch hands race to get the children back before they cross the Mexican border. You can feel the pain of the family members in pursuit wondering if they will ever see their loved ones again and the tension mount the closer they get to the border.
Hearts Reunited, Ferrell: Two young people meant for each other are torn apart by both their father’s rivialrey are pulled back together after the death of both men. Finding out that they had been lied to by both fathers and their own misunderstanding come to light. If this young couple can let go of their pride can they have a future?
Have Dress Will Marry, Lehman: A young woman tries to escape her step-father by proposing to a circuit-riding preacher leading to a misunderstanding. When that fails she runs away but ends up running into the preacher again. When he discovers her problem he takes her home to his ranch run by his mother and siblings. She finds out what a real family is like. Misunderstanding abound by more than one person in this story. It is lighthearted and funny in spots.
Hand Me Down Husband, McDonough: A young widowed ranchers request the help of his sister-in-law with his daughter. His request fits right in with her plan to take her niece back home to “civilization”. He finds out but she stays to help and finds herself more useful and needed than she has ever been in her life.
All four of these story were good clean stories from the wild-west with great cowboys and interesting women that fall in Iove with them. I liked them all but for some reason Hand Me Down Husband was my favorite.
Hearts in Pursuit by Susan Davis is the tale of kinapped youngsters and their desperate older siblings becoming adults as they take on the chase of Mexican henchmen. It was fun to watch the maturation of the older teens, even beyond the adults sometimes.
Hearts Reunited by Miralee Ferrell tells the sad story of two feuding families whose children continue fueling the poison to their own personal detriment and that of their livelihoods. Miralee always has lessons for today woven into her stories of yesteryear! I loved being with her characters as they decide whether to be loyal to family or truth.
In Have Dress, Will Marry, by Yvonne Lehmann, Julie needs to escape her stepfather. Her solution? Propose to Brother Timothy, a circuit riding preacher she barely knows. Obviously, there are a few issues to be worked out!
The Hand-Me-Down-Husband by Vickie McDonough is the story of Ellen, who goes west to take care of her niece after her sister,Issy, dies. She is the antithesis of her sister, but finds herself falling for her late sister's husband. Reminiscent of a Hallmark movie.
If you enjoy clean love stories set in the old West, I recommend Heart of a Cowboy. I was gifted this ebook in exchange for an honest review.
Hearts in Pursuit by Susan Page Davis
I loved Abby's braveness, gumption, and caring for others. Sam was the perfect white knight jumping in to rescue his brother and her sister.
Hearts Reunited by Miralee Ferrell
Mercedes Taylor was not the typical western woman of the 1880's. Running her father's ranch after she died, she was afraid to tackle anything and had a gift for treating wounded animals. She had a hard time forgiving her neighbor, Jesse Townsend, for things he supposedly said in the past. Forgiveness and understand was a great theme in this novella.
Have Dress, Will Marry by Yvonne Lehman
Sullivan Ranch near Rolling Hills, Kentucky...
Julie Hayes set out on her own to get away from her controlling stepfather after her mother's death. She has her mom's wedding dress and all she needs is a husband to keep her safe from her stepfather. The Sullivan Family was so endearing with each of their different personalities. It was interesting to see how Julie adapted to a caring, loving, understanding family so different from what she know. Finding a husband and mending things with her stepfather bring a nice conclusion to this novella.
The Hand-Me-Down Husband by Vickie McDonough
Silver Springs, Texas...1885..
This was probably my favorite as I loved the way Ellen Stewart developed in confidence and caring as she played mom to her dead sister's daughter. Lance Garrett was the perfect gentleman cowboy; hardworking and dedicated to his ranch and his daughter. I particularly liked the surprise ending on this one.
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It’s August 1880 in Southern Texas. With her father wounded, Abby Bunner goes with Sam Hardy, his father and some of the Hardy...Read more