[Epub] ↠ Winning Over the Wrangler Author Linda Ford – Writerscompany.co.uk

Winning Over the Wrangler Seriously can t get over how much I love this series Each one just has elements I fall for, in the lovely setting in Canada at Eden Valley Ranch I loved the outlaw theme to this one I enjoyed watching the love story unfold, and the changes both hero and heroine had to make and the realistic growth It was great My Review Winning over the Wrangler4 STARSI have enjoyed reading the Cowboys of Eden Valley Sad to say it has been hit and miss on some to the books, but would like to read the whole series It is a glance at taming Canada s wild west.The plot is simple with lots of layers to it Sybil Bannerman came over from England with a few friends to stay at a ranch She is watching a horse being broke when accident happens and she stays right in the way of horses Brand is on a horse and he saves her Everybody is grateful she was not hurt.Sybil starts taking dinner to Brand where he is camped alone with his dog He plans to tame the horses than leave He is always on the run Sybil writes articles and she thinks Brand would make a great article No one knows his last name and where he is from Sybil also makes friends with his dog No one has done that They start talking about God and belief in him.Their is plenty of drama, danger, forgiveness and accept that God will be their for anyone Some scriptures and prayer is a natural part of the story.The setting is the make believe Eden Valley CANADA 1882 s On a big ranch.The characters are believable I like them Brand wants to stay but he knows the longer he stays the danger he is putting everyone He tames horses than moves on before he is found.Sybil wants to be safe but she risked a lot to come to Canada west from England Her parents are dead She wants to be a writer under her own name.This is a clean read I would love to visit Eden Valley again especially in a book.I was given this ebook to read and asked in return to give honest review of it by Netgalley and Harlequin.publication March 4th 2014 by Harlequin Love Inspired 288 pages ISBN 9780373282548 Another amazing story by Linda Ford She does it time after time In this story she has created a character who is running from his family and his name Brand Duggan is the son of an outlaw who tends to find him wherever he goes Brand can usually stay ahead of his father and half brother, but this makes life very lonely for him Sybil Bannerman has come to Canada with several of her friends from England She has convinced an editor to publish some of her stories under a mans name since women writers aren t really acceptable She meets Brand and suddenly her mind takes off on a story about a cowboy without a last name This is an excellent story with a nice mix of romance, adventure, and just plain life You ll enjoy this story if you like those things. Miniseries Cowboys of Eden Valley This fifth book in the Cowboys of Eden Valley series has a hero suffering for the sins of his father With many familiar faces, this is a great Western romance and a story of redemption RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars Miniseries Cowboys of Eden Valley Good story of someone overcoming an undeserved reputation. A Cowboy Without A Name The Only Thing Brand Duggan S Outlaw Kin Ever Gave Him Was An Undeserved Reputation Once He S Through Breaking Horses, He Ll Leave Eden Valley Staying Means Risk And Heartache And He Has No Business Falling For A Refined English Miss Like Sybil Bannerman The Rugged Cowboy Who Rescues Her From A Stampede Is Just The Kind Of Man Sybil Bannerman S Editor Wants Her To Write About Yet She Has No Idea How Big A Secret Brand Duggan Carries, Until Her Life Is Threatened Despite The Evidence Against Him, Sybil Can T Walk Away For The Man Who Lassoed Her Heart Is The One She Ll Love Forever Cowboys Of Eden Valley Forging A Future In Canada S West Country


About the Author: Linda Ford

Linda Ford grew up devouring books and making up stories in her head often late at night when she couldn t sleep But she hadn t planned to write Instead, she dreamed of running an orphanage In a way, that dream came true She married, had four homemade children, adopted ten and lived at times, endured the dream Writing first took her to non fiction human interest articles for newspapers and


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