It’s 1885 and five preachers sit around a campfire out West, trading stories of unlikely couples they've seen God bring together. This is one of those stories . . .
She’s reckless spitfire and, thanks to her, he’s a wreck . . .
Maisy Place didn’t mean for Ryan to come to any harm. She was just looking for a quiet space to nurse her wounded pride after he’d hurt her feelings. But then she wandered onto Ryan’s property and into a heap of trouble. Ryan rescued her from a charging grizzly only to find himself with serious breaks and bruises.
Maisy sheepishly agrees when her father insists that she nurse the wounded Ryan back to health as penance. And when his ranch hand leaves him high-and-dry just weeks before a critical cattle sale, Maisy steps in to help. Her cowboy-like ways that have always driven him crazy may ultimately prove to be his salvation . . . and pave the way to their romance.
"Nobody tugs a heart or a smile quite like Mary Connealy . . . she is a master storyteller who leaves her readers both breathless . . . and breathless for more." —Julie Lessman, award-winning author of The Daughters of Boston (on "Winter Wedding Bells" in A Bride for All Seasons)
“Christian novelist Connealy writes to tickle the funny bone and tease heartstrings.” —Publishers Weekly
|Publisher:||Nelson, Thomas, Inc.|
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This story had all the elements that make a great Mary Connealy tale: heroines who are unconventional, sassy, and can outwork a man. I love stories like this...