A Bride's Rogue in Roma, Texas [NOOK Book]

Overview


Blanche Lamar has inherited a steamboat from a father she’s never met. As she struggles to adjust to her new life she finds an unexpected ally in Ike Gallagher. She and Ike both want to find a way to make the steamboat profitable but are at odds on how to accomplish it. Can they learn to live in faith, or will their future happiness sink in a river of overwhelming devastation.

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A Bride's Rogue in Roma, Texas

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Overview


Blanche Lamar has inherited a steamboat from a father she’s never met. As she struggles to adjust to her new life she finds an unexpected ally in Ike Gallagher. She and Ike both want to find a way to make the steamboat profitable but are at odds on how to accomplish it. Can they learn to live in faith, or will their future happiness sink in a river of overwhelming devastation.

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Vic's Media Room - Victor Gentile

Darlene Franklin is an expert at bringing historical events to life while weaving in the fictional aspects of the story in a seamless flowing pattern. She makes you care for all the people involved and takes you along for the journey. This is also just plain fun and exciting as well. Ms. Franklin has a great way of telling the story and moving it along at a nice pace. Her characters are wonderful and she gives them life and unique voices. Well done.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781620290668
  • Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 918,562
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author



Award-winning author and speaker Darlene Franklin recently returned to cowboy country—Oklahoma. The move was prompted by her desire to be close to her son’s family; her daughter Jolene has preceded her into glory.  Darlene loves music, needlework, reading and reality TV. Talia, a Lynx point Siamese cat, proudly claims Darlene as her person.  Darlene has published several titles with Barbour Publishing.

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  • Posted September 30, 2012

    Steamboat Romance

    A Bride's Rogue by Darlene Franklin was such an interesting read. I've never read about a steamship and Ms. Franklin made the vessel come alive. It was nice to read something different than the usual settings. I not only liked her hero and heroine but I loved the old captain. It's always nice when you have a secondary character that is fun and really adds to the story.

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  • Posted September 4, 2012

    Blanche Lamar's father deserted her when she was just a child. N

    Blanche Lamar's father deserted her when she was just a child. Now, it seems he's left her a steamboat. Not only a steamboat, but the gambler that goes along with it. Blanche is being tested and must prove herself to the handsome rogue and the crusty captain. When she wants to learn to steer the ship, no one knows exactly what to think. Then, she starts Sunday worship meetings and the crew is convinced things are going to be run aground for sure.

    A Bride's Rogue is a wonderful historical romance rich with detail.

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    Posted October 20, 2012

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