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Wrangler in Petticoats (Sophie's Daughters) Paperback – October 1, 2010
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Mary Connealy has once again given her readers a great mix of all the things that make a great inspirational romance. Laughter and tears, love and family, God s beauty and mercy as well as an action packed tale makes this story another one that s hard to put down. Sally and Logan are both strong, independent individuals, in their own way. Their differences are as vast as the Wild West yet that s what pulls them together. (Trudy Once Upon A Romance)
I am not sure why I seem surprised. Reading a story from romantic comedian Christian Historical Fiction author Mary Connealy always sends me through a whirl of emotions. Wrangler in Petticoats is another one in a long line of entertaining reads with big messages. Through the pages a reader will be taken into a romance that is full of blushes and shy grins, but also giggles and plain out chuckles. Yet you also get deep conversations on topics of discussion like marriage, family, and true love</div> (Margaret Chind Creative Madness )
How can anyone possibly go wrong with reading Mary Connealy books? It would be baffling to think that someone WOULDN'T like her amazing, funny, sweet and lovable books! From the laughter, to sweet cowboys, to a touch of suspense in each one, her books are GLOURIOUSLY WOWmazing. And, each new addition to her series collections seem to get better and better with each one.So, once more, I sing the highest of 5 star praises for this funny, charming God filled addition to Sophie's Daughters. With just a touch of mystery to give it twists, Connealy's cowboys, laughter and Western country are the perfect themes to her perfect books and meant for every book lover's shelves! I can''t WAIT to read Sharpshooter in Petticoats, book 3 in this laugh out loud series. (Molly Edwards Book Reviews by Molly)
You know, I think I've decided to stop reading Mary Connealy books. I pick it up and then am so enthralled that real life stops and I'm part of the book. I can't eat, I can't sleep, forget the laundry, the kids can make their own dinner.... UGH! Well, maybe I'll quit later--on the next series! (Regina Holt, Hott Books) --Barbour Publishing
While trying to reach her sister in Montana, cowgirl Sally McClellan is left for dead in the Rockies and is rescued by artist Logan McKenzie. Will this wild Western wrangler trade her chaps for ribbons and bows to win his heart—or will her happiness be ended by an outlaw’s gun?
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Sally is on her way to help out her sister, Mandy. On the way, their party is ambushed and almost everyone killed. A buckle saves Sally from a gut shot, but not a fall off a cliff. When she hits the bottom, she's unconscious but alive.
Logan saw Sally fall and is happy she isn't dead. He figures out what happened on top of that cliff and knows he has to move her, even though her injuries are serious. On their way back to his cabin, they see that the men that ambushed Sally had done it before. That first part of the story is pretty gruesome.
Logan is a painter, and an obsessed one at that. Sally doesn't understand that, she thinks any man who doesn't hunt and take care of himself to be a no-account weakling. And although she is grateful Logan has helped her, she wants nothing more than to be out of there. She knows her friends will be looking for her, but she also realizes that the ones that attacked her are out there as well and out for revenge.
At first, Sally may not understand Logan, but she comes to admire that he follows his heart. Because, after all, she does the same. She wears chaps, rides and shoots better than almost anyone and she's proud of it. Others try to get her to be a little more womanly, but not Logan. He seems to accept her as she is. The problem is he's consumed by his art and knows he would only make her unhappy.
Add in to this, we're reading about Mandy. We read about her in the first book, and her story continues here. It's three years later and her life's a mess. She lives for her children, but her husband is as useless as he came across in the first book. Her story is the continuous thread through these three books.
This was a cute story, watching how these two unlikely people come to care so much about each other. As to reading these out of order, I'm going to have to say that if you plan on reading Sharpshooter in Petticoats (#3), then I would read the other two first. You get to follow Mandy's development in these first two. The characters from the first book are mentioned in this book, but never seen, so that one's okay on its own. This one continues to make you care about Mandy and Tom, so I think you'll get more satisfaction out of reading her whole story if you read all three.
I so enjoyed how Sally and the painter met and worked out how to embrace their differences. My hubby and I are very different, but after 55 years of working those differences out, we love each other more! Readers, you will love this book. Try it, you cannot miss! Enjoy! 😂