Angel and the Cowboy

Angel and the Cowboy

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by Celia Yeary
     
 

He needs a wife…
Because the sheriff summons him, U.S. Marshal Max Garrison rides to town. He resents learning he must supervise a young man just out of prison who will work at his ranch for a time. But when he meets the beautiful young woman who owns the teashop, he knows his trip is not wasted. Max decides she's the one for him.

She faces another

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Overview

He needs a wife…
Because the sheriff summons him, U.S. Marshal Max Garrison rides to town. He resents learning he must supervise a young man just out of prison who will work at his ranch for a time. But when he meets the beautiful young woman who owns the teashop, he knows his trip is not wasted. Max decides she's the one for him.

She faces another lonely Christmas…
Daniella Sommers lives alone above the book and teashop her English parents left her. When U.S. Marshal Max Garrison walks in and asks for tea, she almost laughs. Soon, her merriment turns to hope. Then Daniella learns a shocking truth about herself. If she reveals her past, will Max still love her?

Christmas is near, the time for miracles and surprises. Will the message of the season bring Max and Daniella the best gift of all?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940046358278
Publisher:
Publishing by Rebecca J. Vickery
Publication date:
10/19/2014
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
561,220
File size:
381 KB

Meet the Author

Celia Yeary, a native Texan, former science teacher, graduate of Texas Tech University and Texas State University, is mother of two, grandmother of three, and wife of a wonderful, supportive Texan.

Celia and her husband enjoy traveling, and both are involved in their church, the community, and the university. Central Texas has been her home for over thirty-five years.

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Angel and the Cowboy 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was cute. It was ok. It was almost a waste of time. There was a few good points. Not a page turner. The theme was about race and politcal correctness.... Way over done in this day and age.
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Dannysgirl More than 1 year ago
Great story just to short, overall great
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