Manure, southern accents, self-absorbed boys, and new faces are all a part of the maze that have become teenager Ruth Deloach's life. Her she is going to be ripped from America's Dairyland to live in the embarrassingly small tourist town of Sainte Genevieve, Missouri. The blow is slightly lessened by the news that her father wants to start a horse ranch, but how enjoyable will it really be to live where there is no pizza delivery and a revolving door to the public? A public with a different idea of how things are done and said. To add embarrassment to her frustration she finds she knows less about horses than she presumed. Maybe the handsome ranch hand her father hires can brighten things up, then again, maybe not.
About the Author
G.G. Marshall is the author of Person of Faith, a self-help book that explores what it means to have a strong faith. She’s an avid lover of reading as well as writing and many other forms of art. She juggles her time between running a business, working part-time, writing, spending time with her dashing husband and mischievous son, as well as her saucy cat, Amerigo and playful Mastiff, Mini. G.G. has lived in Wisconsin, Illinois, Tennessee, and Missouri. She believes in living life to the fullest and can’t wait to see where God will take her or have her write next.
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No Pizza Delivery? based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
3.5 out of 5 star review Isn't the horse on the cover of this book just so adorable? It's little snip is so cute! I'm a sucker for horses with cute snips. No Pizza Delivery? is the first book in the Horse Haven series. We follow along fourteen year old Ruth as her life is turned upside down. She goes from living and average life in Wisconsin to being forced to move to a small town in Missouri on a ranch. No Pizza Delivery? is a sweet and silly story about Ruth adjusting to her new life. Upon moving to her new home, Ruth discovers that there is no convenience about where she lives. To do anything they have to drive an hour to town and that means there is no pizza delivery. Ruth finds this very unsatisfactory but she learns to adapt and like her new country life. Now that she has moved she lives near her Grandpa and spends quite some time over at his ranch where she learns about and how to ride horses. Except she becomes a bit sad because they move to a big, beautiful ranch house with room for horses and animals but there is none. To her fortune her Grandpa surprises her with a little gift that greatly enlightens her. Read the rest of my review on my blog, here: http://booking-around.weebly.com/home/book-review-12-no-pizza-delivery