Saturday, October 19, 2013

FEATURED BOOK: TAMING THE TEXAS RANCHER BY RHONDA GIBSON




Race to the Altar 
Though he'd never planned to wed, Daniel Westland must marry and produce a grandchild before his brother does in order to inherit the family ranch. Leave it to him to pick a mail-order bride who insists on being courted! Yet every time Daniel wonders if Hannah Young is even suited to rugged living, the petite schoolteacher shows her gumption. 
What man sends away for a bride but doesn't really want to get married? Hannah came to Granite, Texas, hoping to find love and security, and she can't settle for less than a true partnership. If the brooding, handsome rancher can just learn to trust in Hannah, their future could be as filled with promise as this bountiful land.

14 comments:

  1. I would absolutely love to ready this beautifully well written book by Rhonda Gibson. Just being able too read the few lines, I fell in love with the book already and want too see what happens to this cute couple.

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  2. Hi Rhonda, This rancher is going to get tamed I am thinking...love the mail order Brides books. thanks for sharing today...
    Paula O

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  3. Rhonda's newest book sounds great! Love that cover too.
    Blessings, Patti Jo :)

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  4. Thanks everyone!! I loved Hannah and Daniel's story :) I hope you will too.

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  5. I would also like to read this one. It sounds intriguing and just the type of book I love to get lost in.

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  6. Indeed - What man sends away for a bride but doesn't really want to get married? Rhonda what a delightful twist on a piece of our historical west. Can't wait to see how much gumption Hannah has to have in order to win Daniel's heart! Keep us informed on the next book coming out.

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  7. Sounds like a great book. Thanks for this opportunity.

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    in Him,

    Cheri :)

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  8. I have only read one mail order bride book. I enjoyed it so much that I think I am ready for another. This one sounds perfect. I recently acquired as a gift a wedding picture I was admiring in an antique store. The bride is a head taller than the groom. They don't look too happy. I have in my mind that she was a mail order bride! Or was there ever a mail order groom? :-)

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  9. Thanks everyone for stopping by. You don't hear of mail-order-grooms as much as you do brides, but I wouldn't be surprised if there weren't a few :)

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  10. I love mail-order brides and can't wait to read this one. Thanks for whetting our appetites.

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  11. sound interesting seeing the story form a male looking for a bride. The fact he doesn't really want to marry makes it sound even better. I love the cover.

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  12. I can't wait to read it, Rhonda. Sounds like an interesting twist to the plot!

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  13. I can't wait to read it, Rhonda. Sounds like an interesting twist to the plot!

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