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Book To Catch a Cowboy/the Texas Rancher's Vow Description/Summary:
The Montana Cowboy's Triplets - Alison B. Collins Triple threat! Stuntwoman Mackenzie Campbell is at the Sullivan Guest Ranch to film a movie, not swoon over smooth-talking rancher Hunter Sullivan. But when a mix-up leaves Mackenzie without a room, she finds herself bunking with Hunter and his rambunctious six-year-old triplet sons. Devoted single father is not a side of Hunter that Mackenzie expected - it's completely at odds with his flirty, charming personality. Mackenzie has fallen for Hunter and his boys, but that doesn't change the fact that once filming is over, she's moving on to wherever her next job takes her. Although her heart may not be coming with her... The Texas Rancher's Vow - Cathy Gillen Thacker Never Again! Too bad her heart won't listen to her head... Jen Carson made a promise to herself - no more powerful, controlling husbands. So why is she letting herself be tempted by Matt Briscoe, the most alpha male in Laramie County? She was wasn't supposed to be sharing taboo kisses with six-feet-four inches of irresistible cowboy - a cowboy who also happens to be her client's son! And now Jen's suddenly the reluctant keeper of a Briscoe family secret. No matter how strong her feelings for the studly rancher, Jen has so many good reasons to keep Matt from becoming a permanent part of her life.
Seldom Heard is a collection of stories from modern cattlemen (all characters) who have shared vignettes about their ancestors, ranches and their lives on the range. Includes 26 easy to read essays of Southern Texas ranches, many of which date back 100 years in the same family. Includes two of the biggest ranches in Texas –East Family Ranches, and Killam Family Ranches. To go ranch hopping through the great ranches of South Texas is an experience worth having. Dian Malouf knows the old-timers who inhabit them. Her book—Seldom Heard—is an easy read through 26 essays of ranches, many of which date back 100 years in the same family. Some of these vast spreads top 360,000 acres. Don’t miss this book of authentic people who restore your faith in a world overrun by television facelifts and trivial pursuit of rock stars. These rancher’s idiosyncrasies are abundant and amusing, and Dian reveals them with surprise and humor. This is a Texas that may be devoured by urban society in the next 25 years, so meet them while you can. The likes of this authentic and stubborn society of individuals is worth knowing before they leave us.
An innocent Texan beauty teaches a wealthy, cold-hearted rancher how to love in this classic romance by a New York Times–bestselling author. While he’s very rich and very handsome, Colter Langston is not a good or kind man. But he understands that his young daughter, Missy, needs a mother. At the San Antonio Fiesta Parade he runs into a gentle, hazel-eyed beauty who would fit the bill nicely—much better than his current lover, the wild and hot Deirdre. Barely out of her teens, Natalie Crane is overwhelmed by the breathtaking rancher who controls the vast Langston holdings in Texas hill country. When he asks her to marry him, Natalie agrees; beneath Colter’s cold, cruel exterior she can sense a beating heart that yearns to love. But sexy Deirdre’s not about to give her man up without a fight . . . With 300 million books sold, New York Times bestseller Janet Dailey is an icon of American fiction. A master of heart-soaring romance, she tells the enchanting story of two damaged people forever changed and a family born from an unexpected love as big as Texas.
"In Texas Cattle Barons, Their Families, Land and Legacy thirteen families discuss the reality of owning and working some of the largest land holdings in the state of Texas. Most have owned some or all of their land for generations, others bought into their properties over time, all have risen to the challenge of taking the cattle industry into the next millennium." "Learn firsthand from ranchers like Al and Mike Micailef, Jim and James McAllen, and Jon and Jackie Means about the hard work, discipline, and faith required to make a cattle ranch work in this age of big business. Join the owners of the Broseco, Moorhouse, and Williams ranches as they discuss breeding programs, grazing patterns, and the pursuit of the ultimate "beef animal." Listen as the Gibsons and the Ryans reveal their passion for the land and their hope for the future."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
When Sam Gordon finds out a one-night-stand has resulted in fatherhood, he means to marry Lila Hacket whether she wants to or not. But Lila has a career of her own and is not so easily pursuaded to be the "perfect wife" to a cowboy.
Book A Stranger in the Family Description/Summary:
Three strangers arrive in rugged Bardville, Wyoming. They're never the same ... And neither are the people of Bardville. "In Book 1 Bodie stole my heart, in Book 2 Cully took my breath away, and in Book 3 I fell in love with Dax." - 5-star review A sexy, intriguing stranger arrives unexpectedly at her Wyoming ranch, threatening the one thing Cambria protects more fiercely than her heart -- her family. Bodie's discovery that he fathered a son 17 years ago leads him to the warm and welcoming Weston family. That's the easy part. But his response to one member of the family is far more than he ever expected. The sparks between him and Cambria are real ... and so is the danger to his hopes for their future if she finds out why he's really in Wyoming. "An emotionally complex romance of wounded hearts and broken trust that will touch a chord in each reader's heart." -- Romantic Times The Bardville, Wyoming series: A Stranger in the Family A Stranger to Love The Rancher Meets His Match If you especially enjoy western romances, also try these other books by Patricia: A Place Called Home series Lost and Found Groom At the Heart’s Command Hidden in a Heartbeat Wyoming Wildflowers series Wyoming Wildflowers: The Beginning (a prequel) Almost a Bride Match Made in Wyoming My Heart Remembers -- A New World (prequel to Jack’s Heart) Jack’s Heart -- Rodeo Nights (prequel to Where Love Lives) Where Love Lives A Cowboy Wedding Making Christmas Ride the River: Rodeo Knights (romantic suspense) Historical western romance Widow Woman Courting a Cowboy ... and east of the Mississippi, try: The Wedding Series Prelude to a Wedding Wedding Party Grady's Wedding The Runaway Bride The Christmas Princess -- Hoops (prequel to The Surprise Princess) The Surprise Princess -- Not a Family Man (prequel to The Forgotten Prince) The Forgotten Prince Marry Me series Wedding of the Century The Unexpected Wedding Guest A Most Unlikely Wedding Baby Blues and Wedding Bells Seasons in a Small Town What Are Friends For? (Spring) The Right Brother (Summer) Falling for Her (Autumn) Warm Front (Winter) About the Author Patricia McLinn is the USA Today bestselling author of nearly 60 published novels cited by readers and reviewers for wit and vivid characterization. Her books include mysteries, romantic suspense, contemporary romance, historical romance and women’s fiction. They have topped bestseller lists and won numerous awards.
DR. DELICIOUS AT YOUR SERVICE They said he had striking looks…and Nicolette Saddler certainly felt that something had struck her straight in the heart when she first locked eyes with Dr. Ridge Garroway. But Nicolette had had her fill of good-looking, sweet-talking men and she wasn't interested in another one, especially not a sexy cowboy doctor who had secrets of his own. Yet Ridge, unlike anyone she'd ever met, seemed to warm the coldness that filled her. Could he be a man worth catching once and for all? MEN OF THE WEST Whether ranchers or lawmen, these heartbreakers can ride, shoot—and drive a woman crazy…
You can’t go home again. Devlin Braxton never thought he’d test those words and return to Braxton, Texas – the town where generations of his family had ranched honorably. Not him. As an undercover agent who spent years infiltrating the underbelly of a drug cartel with a local pipeline, everyone thought he was the devil-may-care, good-for-nothing, playboy he pretended – even his family. After the massive bust and the shoot out that nearly killed him, Devlin is ready to discover who he is and where he belongs. Marissa Flanagan has fought for her place in Braxton. First she had to live down the pity and gossip when she was jilted by her fiance, then prove her professional worth when the town’s beloved – and male – vet retired. She’s finally made her peace or so she thinks until Devlin Braxton shows up at her door with a proposition. They have a past, will Devlin’s blue eyes and pulse-stopping kisses convince her he’s changed and that they might have a future?
Book Deep in the Heart of San Antonio Description/Summary:
Char Miller's collection of essays provides an insightful survey of San Antonio and South Texas. The essays are grouped into six thematic sections: an overview; natural and environmental history; water issues; urban development; politics; and the city's future. Miller describes the First Friday Art Walks in Southtown, where the promenade reenacts the pedestrian traffic envisioned by the San Antonio founders when they planned the city around a central square and cathedral. He recreates the history behind the Alamo Quarry, when the upscale shopping center was a cement factory and self-contained community. Ranging further afield, he recounts how the Aplomado Falcon made a come-back in the Rio Grande Valley, and how the river in the same valley has fared in water wars between the United States and Mexico. In the four essays devoted to water in San Antonio, Miller subtly and successfully portrays how water has shaped the region's demographic and political realities.
Donna, Texas, named for the daughter of one of the town's founders, is located in the heart of the Rio Grande Valley. Established in 1904, Donna has grown from a village of tent-dwelling pioneers to a community of families who share a productive agricultural and economic tradition. Captured here in over 150 vintage images, from the 1890s to the 1950s, is the rich history of the ranchers who lived along the Rio Grande, the entrepreneurs and families who settled in Donna and contributed to its development, and the social impact of the military in the years just before World War I. Advertisements from developers, railroads, and businessmen's organizations brought many Texans and Midwesterners to Donna. Deployment of U.S. soldiers, Texas state militia, and National Guardsmen to the border during the 1914-1917 bandit raids brought a new prosperity to Donna with the influx of these troops. From the coming of the railroad and construction of the irrigation system, to the laying out of farms and groves, and finally to the building of the town itself, Donna residents have always seen the potential of their chosen land.
The Kane Legacy: faith, love, courage, and strength. In nineteenth-century Texas, they’re going to need it. In 1835, Alan Kane and his family come to the Circle C Ranch in Texas, little dreaming what the future holds in both blessing and danger. Beautiful Julia Miller, daughter of a Louisiana plantation owner, has captured Alan’s heart, but he hardly dares to hope for her hand. Then Colonel William Travis calls for the men of Texas to rally against Mexico’s General Santa Anna. Full of honor and courage, brothers Alan and Adam join up with Jim Bowie to do their part. The plan centers on holding a Franciscan mission known as the Alamo and soon includes Davy Crockett and his Tennessee Mounted Volunteers. As battle looms, what is God’s purpose for the Kane men? Can they share their eternal hope with men ready to die for Texas? Will brotherly bonds overcome a jealous secret in the face of death? And just what will endure of the Kane legacy?
It will take all he has to keep her safe Luke Claiborne is back in Last Stand, Texas, after a combat injury ends his career as a military K9 handler. Without his working dog by his side, he’s lost his purpose – until he meets a sexy wildlife rehabber who seems determined to save every animal in town. When she puts her own life at risk in the process, it’s clear to Luke that she’s the one who needs rescuing. Before long, his new mission is to show her how perfect they could be together. Jorie Russell has loved Luke since she was an awkward teenager, but she knows he’s out of her league. She grew up on the wrong side of town, and has spent her whole life trying to prove she’s not like her reckless, irresponsible mother. Luke might act tough, but she can see he is suffering and she’s determined to help him heal. But then a shadow from her past threatens their future. Can she finally get the happily-ever-after she’s always longed for?
In this brave, beautiful, and deeply personal memoir, Laura Bush, one of our most beloved and private first ladies, tells her own extraordinary story. Born in the boom-and-bust oil town of Midland, Texas, Laura Welch grew up as an only child in a family that lost three babies to miscarriage or infant death. She vividly evokes Midland's brash, rugged culture, her close relationship with her father, and the bonds of early friendships that sustain her to this day. For the first time, in heart-wrenching detail, she writes about the devastating high school car accident that left her friend Mike Douglas dead and about her decades of unspoken grief. When Laura Welch first left West Texas in 1964, she never imagined that her journey would lead her to the world stage and the White House. After graduating from Southern Methodist University in 1968, in the thick of student rebellions across the country and at the dawn of the women's movement, she became an elementary school teacher, working in inner-city schools, then trained to be a librarian. At age thirty, she met George W. Bush, whom she had last passed in the hallway in seventh grade. Three months later, "the old maid of Midland married Midland's most eligible bachelor." With rare intimacy and candor, Laura Bush writes about her early married life as she was thrust into one of America's most prominent political families, as well as her deep longing for children and her husband's decision to give up drinking. By 1993, she found herself in the full glare of the political spotlight. But just as her husband won the Texas governorship in a stunning upset victory, her father, Harold Welch, was dying in Midland. In 2001, after one of the closest elections in American history, Laura Bush moved into the White House. Here she captures presidential life in the harrowing days and weeks after 9/11, when fighter-jet cover echoed through the walls and security scares sent the family to an underground shelter. She writes openly about the White House during wartime, the withering and relentless media spotlight, and the transformation of her role as she began to understand the power of the first lady. One of the first U.S. officials to visit war-torn Afghanistan, she also reached out to disease-stricken African nations and tirelessly advocated for women in the Middle East and dissidents in Burma. She championed programs to get kids out of gangs and to stop urban violence. And she was a major force in rebuilding Gulf Coast schools and libraries post-Katrina. Movingly, she writes of her visits with U.S. troops and their loved ones, and of her empathy for and immense gratitude to military families. With deft humor and a sharp eye, Laura Bush lifts the curtain on what really happens inside the White House, from presidential finances to the 175-year-old tradition of separate bedrooms for presidents and their wives to the antics of some White House guests and even a few members of Congress. She writes with honesty and eloquence about her family, her public triumphs, and her personal tribulations. Laura Bush's compassion, her sense of humor, her grace, and her uncommon willingness to bare her heart make this story revelatory, beautifully rendered, and unlike any other first lady's memoir ever written.
USA TODAY Bestselling Author “If you need anything, I’m here. All you have to do is ask.” Posing as personal chef to protective billionaire rancher Jared Stone is the perfect cover for Bella Reid. She must hide her identity and protect her baby at all costs. To Jared, she’s just a struggling single mother. Yet as heat sizzles in the kitchen—and the bedroom—her past catches up to her. Will Bella risk everything to tell Jared the truth?
Clayton Proffitt, foreman of the Circle Z Ranch, determines to help Vanessa Grant escape her abusive stepfather, his employer, and as they head west to Colorado and safety, a deep bond develops between them.
Book Turning the Pages of Texas Description/Summary:
Turning the Pages of Texas is a collection of sixty essays about Texas books, authors, book collectors, libraries, and bookstores. It is a book for booklovers and bookish readers. Lonn Taylor writes from the point of view of a historian who has been reading books about Texas for seventy years, since he was seven years old, and who has known many of the authors he writes about. He presents his reflections about well-known figures such as John Graves, J. Frank Dobie, and Larry McMurtry. He also introduces readers to people like folklorist C. L. Sonnichsen, who wrote about Texas feuds; Julia Lee Sinks, who interviewed early settlers of Fayette County in the 1870s; Karen Olsson, who wrote a fine novel about the mystique of Austin; and David Dorado Romo, who describes himself as the “psychogeographer of El Paso” and is the grandnephew of a saint. Some of the authors Taylor writes about are truly obscure, like Gertrude Beasley, who published her autobiography in Paris in 1924 and died in a New York insane asylum, or Tony Cano, whose self-published autobiographical novel describes what it was like to be poor and Mexican in West Texas in the 1950s. Taylor also teases out the Texas connections of writers as diverse as William Sydney Porter, Hervey Allen, and H. Allen Smith, and he writes about tracking down Texas books in London and Washington, DC, as well as at Barber’s in Fort Worth, the Brick Row Book Shop in Austin, and Rosengren’s and Brock’s in San Antonio. This is a booklover’s book.
This collection of hilariously true tales was gathered by a West Texas rancher/outfitter. He combines side-splitting punch lines with ample history and inside information on ranching and hunting. You'll learn how to work with bird dogs, deal with rattlesnakes, rattle-up bucks and host turkey hunters. You will meet cow traders, an egg thief, a victim of rabies and a survivor of 7000 volts of electricity. Each chapter in the book details events which led to the author's transition from ranching to outfitting when he began hosting deer and turkey hunters from all across the nation in the mid-1980s. Unforgettable characters appear in every chapter. Illegal aliens, feedlot managers, camp cooks, and even a mortician plus scads of others play supporting roles in the narrative. Heart-rending tales of a wounded pet deer, a gifted bird dog, and a captured wild donkey are only some of the animal stories told in the book. Inhabitants of the ranch country survive their endemic hardships with, among other things, outrageous humor and clever pranks. Such shenanigans, we learn, are similarly common to outdoorsmen nationwide. Both ranch people and hunters produce belly-laughs a-plenty in these pages. Although abundant humor dominates, there is an insightful historical overview of the changes that have come to West Texas over the past few decades together with a prediction of what the future holds for deer hunting.
Book Heart of Texas Collection Volume 2 Description/Summary:
Return to Promise, Texas, in this favorite series by #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber, now with four classic romances in one box set! Promise is a ranching town in the Texas hill country—and it’s a place with a mysterious past. But Promise has a heart of goodness, and everyone here knows what really matters in life. Love, family, community… Nell’s Cowboy Widowed mom Nell Bishop’s first guest at her new dude ranch is a celebrity who is stirring up the town—and some uncomfortable feelings in Nell. Lone Star Baby Amy Thornton hopes to make a new life for herself and her baby, and to do that, she needs Reverend McMillen’s help, his compassion. What she wants, however, is his love as a regular man. Promise, Texas Newcomer Annie Applegate opens a bookstore in town. Some might say Annie does things backward. She marries a widowed veterinarian for the sake of his kids…and discovers that marriage can lead to love. Return to Promise Cal and Jane Patterson are forced to confront what they really want in life. How seriously does Cal take his marriage vows? And how important is Promise to Jane? Is there hope for a reconciliation—in time for Christmas?