Sunday, November 21, 2021

Love on the Range by Mary Connealy


Wyatt Hunt is temporarily bedridden and completely miserable. Somehow Molly Garner's limited skills have made her the most qualified in their circle to care for Wyatt. But by the time he's healed, she's fed up with him and the whole ungrateful family. For even worse than his grumpiness were the few unguarded moments when he pulled at her heartstrings, and she has long determined to never marry.


Wyatt finally at long last gets his story and my favorite book of this series!
A very nice ending to a great series!
Connealy writes the best stories! She pulls me in from beginning to end and this story will make you laugh, rejoice and fall in love with this amazing family. 
I loved reading about each of the brothers and I especially enjoyed them because each brought something special to this series.  
I loved reading about their adventures and really felt like I was a part of their family! Connealy has a way of doing that to her readers.
My favorite thing about Connealy is her humor.  It's her trademark and I've loved it since I read The Husband Tree. 
She's had me hooked ever since that book.
I can't wait to see what she comes out with next!
My thanks to Ms. Connealy and Bethany House for a copy of this book.  All opinions are my own. I was NOT required to write a positive review.


Mary Connealy writes romantic comedy with cowboys. She is independently publishing a contemporary romantic suspense series called Garrison’s Law, book one is Loving the Texas Lawman. Her new historical series, High Sierra Sweethearts begins with The Accidental Guardian. She is also the author of these series: Kincaid Brides, Trouble in Texas, Wild at Heart, Cimarron Legacy, Lassoed in Texas, Montana Marriages and Sophie's daughters, and has man other books.

She is a two-time Carol Award winner and has been a finalist for the Rita and Christy Awards. She’s a lifelong Nebraskan and lives with her very own romantic cowboy hero. She’s got four grown daughters and four spectacular grandchildren.


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