Reap the South Wind

Reap the South Wind

by Irene Bennett Brown

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Lucy Walsh’s heart remains with the struggling town of Paragon Springs but she feels beholden to her husband, Admire, to make the Run to the Cherokee Strip for new land. Admire married her when few men would have, and raised her half-Sioux daughter, Rachel, as his own.
When Admire is killed for his Strip claim, Lucy, grieving, leases the land to his cowboy friends and returns to Paragon Springs and gets by on her tidy farm.
In 1910, an eccentric new neighbor, Tom Reilly, begins building a new-fangled “aeroplane” in his barn and Lucy, convinced that he’s onto something that could help her town, determines to build an aeroplane plant with oil money she’s come into from her Oklahoma land.
Together, they’ll face ridicule from friends and family, go to air shows and learn from other aviation pioneers, and deal with the shallow aviatrix Sophie, to find a way to lay out plans for Paragon Springs’ future.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014685047
Publication date: 06/30/2012
Series: Women of Paragon Springs , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 208
File size: 278 KB

About the Author

Irene Bennett Brown is the author of numerous novels, including her award-winning juvenile, Before The Lark, and her adult historical, The Plainswoman.

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