A Kiss for Cade (Western Sky Series #2) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Bestselling author Lori Copeland shares another marvelous romantic Western full of God's grace, the beauty of redemption, and second chances.

Famous bounty hunter Cade Kolby is forced off the trail to decide the fate of his late sister's orphaned children. He's not just returning to his hometown and nieces and nephews, but also to the fiery redhead he loved and left 17 years ago.

The last person Zoe Bradshaw wants to see is Cade. She tries to ...

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A Kiss for Cade (Western Sky Series #2)

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Overview

Bestselling author Lori Copeland shares another marvelous romantic Western full of God's grace, the beauty of redemption, and second chances.

Famous bounty hunter Cade Kolby is forced off the trail to decide the fate of his late sister's orphaned children. He's not just returning to his hometown and nieces and nephews, but also to the fiery redhead he loved and left 17 years ago.

The last person Zoe Bradshaw wants to see is Cade. She tries to be cool and polite, even as the attraction between them flares up again. Only this time, Zoe is determined to not let Cade get close to her heart.

But the townsfolk have other ideas. They want to see the little orphans with a mother and a father, and they form a plan that includes the possibility of a kiss...

Formerly titled The Courtship of Cade Kolby, rewritten for the inspirational market.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736936941
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Series: Western Sky Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 89,145
  • File size: 523 KB

Meet the Author

Lori Copeland is the author of more than 90 titles, both historical and contemporary fiction. With more than 3 million copies of her books in print, she has developed a loyal following among her rapidly growing fans in the inspirational market. She has been honored with the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award, The Holt Medallion, and Walden Books' Best Seller award. In 2000, Lori was inducted into the Missouri Writers Hall of Fame. She lives in the beautiful Ozarks with her husband, Lance, and their three children and seven grandchildren.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2013

    Loved it!

    I absolutely loved it...it was a fast read with no slow or boring parts in between. I was captivated throughout the entire book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2012

    Very good read

    Cute and very well written. Love the interest of the town's people and the cute kids as well as the interaction of the two main characters. Lori writes a good story and keeps it interesting. Now I'm anxious to read the others in this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2011

    Great!

    I really like how Lori Copeland uses humor in her writing! This book is great!

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  • Posted May 13, 2011

    A Delightful Story

    I thoroughly enjoyed this delightful story. The last person Zoe Bradshaw wanted to see was a sweetheart from 15 years ago. He had once promised that he would return but he never lived up to his promise. Now he is back home, trying to find a decent place for his late sister's kids to live. Seeing Cade after all these years makes her heart remember how she once felt, but Zoe is furious because he had not kept his promise to her. She will not allow her heart to be broken once again. As Lori Copeland developed each character, I found myself enjoying the story more and more. Zoe is a fiery woman with lots of spunk. She's not about to let anyone push her around. And Cade is so easy to fall in love with. He's such a man. and just the right temperament for this spunky lady. The four children are absolutely adorable and you can imagine what they're like in your mind's eye. A few other characters bring laughter to many scenes, which makes the book hard to put down. Lori has a real talent for creating humor and romance in the most delightful ways. She has you laughing one moment and sighing the next. Lori amazes me how she can make such humorous situations in between the serious ones. Review written by Linda Weaver Clarke, author of the historical romance series, A Family Saga in Bear Lake, Idaho.

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  • Posted May 1, 2011

    a kiss for cade

    I just got done reading A kiss for Cade. I'm already a big fan of Lori Copeland, and after reading this latest book I'm still a big fan. I really liked this book. One of my favorite parts were her dialogs of the children and Cade. I laughed many times through the pages, I also had tears in some places. I was frustrated with Cade at times too, that just shows me how good of a writer Lori is. I highly recommend this book, it will make you a fan of Lori Copeland too.

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  • Posted April 13, 2011

    Great Story!

    I've just finished reading "A Kiss For Cade" by Lori Copeland. What a great story! There's love, compassion, and a bit of a mystery that keeps you glued to the book. I read the entire book in less than 2 days. I could barely put it down! If you like western romance novels with a bit of laughter, I recommend this book!

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  • Posted April 3, 2011

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    Very Entertaining!

    Cade Kolby has spent years as a bounty hunter and plans to spend the rest of his life doing the same. Afterall, bounty hunters can't exactly retire - too many enemies looking for revenge. When his sister, Addy, dies and leaves behind four children, her last directive is that Cade should decide who will care for her children. Addy's best friend, Zoe, immediately takes custody of the children while they await Cade's return to Winterborn. Zoe loves the children as her own and intends to convince Cade that she should have custody. She's determined to be polite and professional despite her tumultuous past with Cade. Unfortunately for Zoe, sparks fly immediately upon Cade's arrival. Will Zoe and Cade be able to move beyond their past? And even if they could, would Cade ever be able to provide a safe and stable environment for her and the children?

    A Kiss for Cade by Lori Wick was definitely an entertaining read. The chemistry between Cade and Zoe was excellent. My only complaint was that at one point, which I won't exactly specify because it would be a spoiler, there was plot twist that seemed cheesy. Had that part not seemed so cheesy, it might have been humorous. Overall, A Kiss for Cade is enjoyable and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys historical romances.

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  • Posted April 9, 2010

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    A Great Book About Decisions and Love and Life and Second Chances!

    This book was great! Things are not always as they seem, the two main characters of the book have assumed some things and were misinformed about others and drew conclusions that were not accurate which took them apart in the first place. Thanks to the dying wish of a sister and a best friend they are given a second chance to realize things are different than they first thought. A great story about family, responsibility, misconceptions, healing,faith, and a second chances.
    I loved it!

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  • Posted February 21, 2010

    Fun read!

    Great rainy day book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2010

    A New Twist

    I like the way Lori Copeland writes. Her stories are enjoyable. The characters are good. This was sad but happy and I liked the idea that people do help one another. I am sure that there are many men like Cade who have had to do what he did. I also liked the theme of forgiveness. This is something which is very difficult to do but which we should all practice.

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  • Posted January 18, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    A Historical Charmer

    A Kiss For Cade
    By Lori Copeland
    Harvest House Publishers
    1997, Republished 2010
    Old West Love Story-Romance
    $12.99 ? 299 pages ? paperback
    ISBN-978-0-7369-5

    A one-word summary for this book could be Redemption. "A tender romance that shows how even the hard law of the West doesn't stand a chance when God's mercy, warm friendship, and true love come to reside in a lonely man's heart." (Back cover copy)

    Copeland published 50 stories in the general market, and switched to CBA. Since this story was a favorite in the ABA days, she gladly adapted it to be her 34th Christian market title. It's a charmer, with a positive tone and a few giggles along the way.

    There are children, dogs, cats, horses, and even a tarantula named Bud. Zoe is a fine example of an 1866 frontier woman, with all the social rules and expectations. Cade at first sight appears to be a calloused drifter, until Copeland uncovers his heart, and the real reason he cannot return to his Kansas hometown. Copeland's twists and turns will keep any reader awake until the pre-dawn hours, and leave him/her with a contented sigh upon completion of such a wonderful story.

    Anyone would enjoy this book, from teenagers to men who love history, and everyone between.


    Reviewed by Audrey Hebbert, M.A., author of Green Light Red Light

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  • Posted January 13, 2010

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    a terrific inspirational historical romance

    In 1885 in Winterborn, Kansas John and Addy die from a disease leaving behind four small children. Addy's bounty hunter brother Cade Kolby comes home to pay his respects to his sister and deal with his orphaned nieces and nephews. Fifteen years he has stayed away, but the youngsters do not frighten him much compared with seeing Widow Zoe Bradshaw whom he loved and left anyway.

    Zoe is caring for his kin as if they are hers. When Cade arrives, she makes it clear he is not wanted by her or his family. However, the townsfolk argue the kids come first and they need parents. They want the couple married. However as each of the two adults struggle with their past, a gunslinger arrives with one objective kill Cade anyway he can, which means a beautiful fiery redhead and children are expendable.

    A Kiss for Cade is a terrific inspirational historical romance starring a community that believes it takes a town with caring parents to raise children. Zoe is a strong woman who can handle anything including raising four orphans, moving on from the senseless murder of her kind spouse and burying her best friend since childhood; anything except the return of Cade. He has a chance for redemption with her and the kids if he takes it. Reminiscent of the Glen Ford movie The Fastest Gun in the West, fans will enjoy this fun matchmaking Americana as a forgiving town encourages second chances.

    Harriet Klausner

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