Miss Rosalie and the Primrose Fool [NOOK Book]

Overview

A third generation cattleman and veteran WWI doughboy, Deke Sadler didn't miss much. Best lifelong friends with Rosalie Leonard since both were small children in the tiny ranching village of Primrose, New Mexico, he watched life from the Leonard family's roadside café and service station, where Rosalie was a waitress, as changes came slowly to a place that steadfastly resisted change.

While he and Rosalie met regularly to share each other's ...
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Miss Rosalie and the Primrose Fool

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Overview

A third generation cattleman and veteran WWI doughboy, Deke Sadler didn't miss much. Best lifelong friends with Rosalie Leonard since both were small children in the tiny ranching village of Primrose, New Mexico, he watched life from the Leonard family's roadside café and service station, where Rosalie was a waitress, as changes came slowly to a place that steadfastly resisted change.

While he and Rosalie met regularly to share each other's intimate company on the Leonard's dusty back porch sofa, the time never seemed quite right to—as Rosalie had once put it—make her an honest woman. But fifteen years of blizzards, bootleggers, gossips, coyote plagues, train disasters and sad brushes with mortality taught Deke that change is inevitable, no matter how slowly it comes; and the time was always right to make his old pal his wife, if only he’d realized it.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013742055
  • Publisher: Wings ePress, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 563 KB

Meet the Author

Born on ancestral homelands in South Carolina, Donald Lynn Chance grew up in the American West, where his minister father was often a missionary on Indian reservations. It was only natural for Don, a voracious lifelong reader, to craft his own fiction as vivid as his extraordinary real-life experiences.
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