- File Size: 1860 KB
- Print Length: 230 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Prairie Rose Publications (May 18, 2014)
- Publication Date: May 18, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KFFS2O6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #497,401 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In this anthology, you will read stories that will make you smile, chuckle, and laugh right out loud.
Jacquie Rogers writes a trademark tale, one that we have come to identify with her. A great romp of fun and hilarity until feisty Becky Lynch finally snares her man--good hearted Dex Madsen.
Kirsten Lynn's story is very clever and well-written. Who would think of a Race for a Bride but Kirsten? When Cal Renner encounters this brave and wily woman, he can't resist helping her.
Tracy Garrett uses her wonderful talent of writing romance and manages to get a groom for spinster Martha Bittner. She's waited four years to snag Sheriff Matthew Tate, and now she's not waiting anymore. Wait until you see what she does.
Kristy McCaffrey pairs a determined woman with a more determined U.S. Marshal in this fun read. From the first page to the last, you'll wonder who is the mysterious figure who whispers in Annabel's ear--and why.
Linda Hubalek has a heroine who has just bought an abandoned homestead. But the ex-owner shows up for his own reasons to reclaim it. When push comes to shove, the citizens of the town step in to help the couple move along to their happily ever after.
Kathleen Rice Adams--who but this writer could think of this plot. I promise, you will love the worst outlaw in the west when he encounters a spinster who is desperate to save her bank. Man, does she have ideas!
Rising Star Reviews
"Don't go Snaring My Heart"- Jacquie Rogers Follow Dex and Betsy as they fall for each other, once Betsy cuts Dex down from the snare on her property. As with a lot of Jackquie's stories animals play a unique roll and you can't help but fall in love with every single one of them.
"Race To Marry" - Kristen Lynn. Desperate times call for desperate measures. For Josie, Cal may be the answer to her prayers or...watch the fireworks as she take the plunge and proposes marriage. Now it is up to Cal, will he race to marry?
"Wanted: The Sheriff" - Tracy Garrett. Martha, the doctors helpful sister and Matthew, the sheriff are friends. He a bachelor who would like to stay that way. Martha has strong feelings for the Matt. What will it take to change his mind?
"Canyon Crossing""- Kristy McCaffrey. Annabel is looking for her brother and Deputy Marshal Docherty is chasing a killer. Their trip to the bottom of the Grand Canyon is just what the spirits ordered, more or less.
"The Perfect Homestead Bride"- Linda Hubalek. Noah has been gone and is looking forward to returning to his homestead. Instead he finds Gussie living there and she refuses to leave. Watching the sparks bounce off these two is such fun.
"The Worst Outlaw in the West" - Kathleen Rice Adams. Prudence is the spinster sister of the bank president. Laredo is a bank robber who has a family reputation to uphold. When these two put their heads together the dust begins to fly.
Each of these stories could stand alone, together they are a treasure for those who enjoy a good story. The love part is the icing on the cake. I intend to read these stories again and again.