The Prairie Prince

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For Katie Matthews, life held no promise of true happiness. Life on the prairie was filled with hard labor, a brutal father, and the knowledge she would need to marry a man incapable of truly loving a woman. Men didn't have time to dote on women-so Katie's father told her. To Katie, it seemed life would forever remain mundane and disappointing-until the day Stover Steele bought her father's south acreage.

Handsome, rugged, and fiercely protective of four orphaned sisters, Stover...

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For Katie Matthews, life held no promise of true happiness. Life on the prairie was filled with hard labor, a brutal father, and the knowledge she would need to marry a man incapable of truly loving a woman. Men didn't have time to dote on women-so Katie's father told her. To Katie, it seemed life would forever remain mundane and disappointing-until the day Stover Steele bought her father's south acreage.

Handsome, rugged, and fiercely protective of four orphaned sisters, Stover Steele seemed to have stepped from the pages of some romantic novel. Yet his heroic character and alluring charm only served to remind Katie of what she would never have: true love and happiness the likes found only in fairytales. Furthermore, evil seemed to lurk in the shadows, threatening Katie's brightness and hope, and even her life!

Would Katie Matthews fall prey to disappointment, heartache, and harm? Or could she win the attentions of the handsome Stover Steele long enough to be rescued?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780985280734
  • Publisher: Distractions Ink
  • Publication date: 3/13/2012
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 1,119,763
  • Product dimensions: 0.44 (w) x 5.00 (h) x 8.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Marcia Lynn McClure began writing novels as Christmas gifts for her closest friends. She weaves her tales of love, life, laughter and adventure around those compelling, romantic moments which most appeal to a woman’s romantic and loving heart. Gazing out her window into the surreal beauty of the New Mexico desert, she writes her stories inspired by life and imagination. Blissful in the company of her wonderful husband, two sons, a daughter, son-in-law, and grandson, Marcia continues to captivate readers with her own, unique writing style and adored stories.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2011

    Clean little story

    Cute, sweet, light fare. Less that 100 pages. Slang dialogue took away some of the charm--"And I can sure see where yer daughter gets her purty and charmin' ways." Sub-themes about domestic abuse and murder case.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 1, 2013

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    ¿The Prairie Prince¿ is just one of Marcia Lyn McClure¿s many li

    ‘The Prairie Prince’ is just one of Marcia Lyn McClure’s many literary masterpieces.

    This is was extremely talented author. Through her writings, she causes intense emotional, passionate feelings to arise within her reading audience without explicit details. It is very “cleanly” accomplished.

    This is a romantic, historic fiction drama with a little action. It is a story of two specific families. A dysfunctional family from an arranged, loveless marriage, in a small town is one, the other a brother with three sisters to care for after the death of their mother, then their father. Difficult as that is, three of the sisters are the same age.

    This is a story of the experiences of these families and in small town living. One family has an hardworking, unloving, violent head of the household. The other family a strong, self-assured, hardworking, loving household head. Can these two families sharing a property line merge as friends? Will they be able to unite with the people in the town area?

    Points of interest of novel: romance, love, violence, criminals, friendship, unity, historical small town living.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2008

    Great Book

    I loved the book! I love to read books with some adventure, humor, clean romance and with characters that I can relate to. The author really knows how to write a book that keeps you hooked till the end.

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