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Heart of Texas, Volume 3: Nell's Cowboy/Lone Star Baby

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  • Posted April 8, 2013

    Great story.

    I always like to find out about the characters that appear in other stories. It feels like your are part of Promise, Texas.

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  • Posted April 8, 2013

    I love reading Debbie Macomber

    I can re-read books that are hard to find in print and I don't have to carry a book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2012

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    Funny and romantic

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  • Posted November 12, 2009

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    Enchanting Romances With A Western Flair

    The hallmark of every great author is his or her ability to draw the reader into the story, to have the reader identify with the characters so well that it almost feels like these events really happened. Debbie Macomber is such a writer.

    In Nell's Cowboy, an author from back East inadvertently lands on Nell Bishop's doorstep. Although Nell grudgingly provides Travis with a room on her Texas dude ranch, she and her two children get more than they bargained for. The fatherless children are starved for attention from a male role model and even Nell herself realizes something important has been missing from her own life since her husband's death. Can a New York city slicker find a home in the wilds of Texas and can Nell open her heart to a special kind of love?

    Lone Star Baby finds Amy Thornton arriving in town alone, pregnant and desperate. Reverend Ward McMillen takes Amy under his wing, not only finding a home and a job for the lovely woman, but a whole lot more, as well. Wade has been so concerned about being a minister that he'd almost forgotten what it was like to be a man - that is, until Amy came to town. This heart-warming tale makes the reader smile as Amy and Wade realize the depth of their feelings for each other and the Promise of their future together.

    Both of these stories feature so many elements of reality that the tales seem to spring from life. I've been to a few ghost towns out West myself and the images of Bitter End seemed surprisingly familiar. Promise, Texas is also a haven to those with the love and soul to treasure life in all of its many facets.

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