Second Hand Heart

Second Hand Heart

by Montana West

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When circumstances force widowed mail order bride, Grace James to hire a handsome new ranch hand to keep the horses in check and the bandits at bay, will Grace succumb to Arthur McAllister's charms?

Tragedy strikes 20-year-old Mail Order Bride, Grace James nee Thomas when her rancher husband, Mark James dies suddenly in their second year of marriage. Widowed with a small child and a large horse ranch, Grace and her mother-in-law, Minnie James, struggle to keep the horse ranch going. But when circumstances force Grace to hire a handsome new ranch hand, Arthur McAllister to keep the horses in check and the bandits at bay, will Grace succumb to Arthur's charms? Or is the memory of her first husband too strong for Grace to take another chance on love?

Find out in the third book of Montana West's Christian Mail Order Bride Collection.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940151507349
Publisher: Global Grafx Press
Publication date: 06/10/2015
Series: Christian Mail Order Brides , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 205,433
File size: 678 KB

About the Author

Ever since she was a child watching Westerns like Hondo and the Big Valley with her dad, Montana West has always had a fascination with the Wild West. Now she lives on her Indiana farm with her husband, Jim, two cats, four horses and an elderly goat named Bluebeard. Montana and Jim are avid collectors of the work of artists of the American West, her favorites of the Hudson River School whose artists like Thomas Hill celebrated nature through their transformative works.

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Second Hand Heart 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The storyline was good, but there was something about the tone of the story and some of the wording used by the author (i.e., sheriff takes the bad guy to the "station" instead of to the "jail") that did not relate to the time period. I made myself finish this book. It had some good points, but for me, not worth $2.99. My suggestion would be $.99 or free. I have paid a lot more for books that were more entertaining and used the correct terminology for the time period. Overall, it was a good storyline and they lived HEA. ***vrnb***