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Big Sky Cowboy (Montana Marriages)

by Linda Ford

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Big Sky Cowboy (Montana Marriages, Book 1) by Linda Ford

Big Sky Cowboy is the first book in the Montana Marriages series. This is a beautiful, heartwarming story with characters that are dealing with abandonment issues, physical and mental abuse, guilt, and a deep sense of responsibility to family. Cora Bell and Wyatt Williams are both the eldest in the family. Cora has twin sisters that are two years younger than her and Wyatt Williams has a brother that is five years younger. Both deal with feelings of unworthiness. There is also a rancher that does everything in his power to run the Bell’s off their land. Linda Ford is one of a handful of authors that I will buy her book without knowing what the story is about because I know her stories always deliver. ( )
  JennyDominguez | Mar 8, 2015 |
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For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.
             ---Jeremiah 29:11
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To adoptive parents who, like the Bells, welcome into their family children not born to them. May love and joy shine forever on your family.
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A farm near Bar Crossing, Montana
Summer, 1889


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    What was that awful noise?
    Wyatt Williams eased back on his reins and glanced over his shoulder to his brother, Lonnie. The sixteen-year-old shrank back as if he wished to disappear into the saddle.
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The last thing Cora Bell wants is a distracting cowboy showing up on her family's farm seeking temporary shelter. Especially one she is sure has something to hide. But she'll accept Wyatt Williams's help rebuilding her family's barn--and try not to fall once again for a man whose plans don't include staying around. Since leaving his troubled past behind, Wyatt avoids personal entanglements. He just wants to make a new start with his younger brother. But there's something about Cora that he's instinctively drawn to. Dare this solitary cowboy risk revealing his secrets for a chance at redemption and a bright new future with Cora by his side?… (more)

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