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The Texas Rancher's Family (The Legends of Laramie County #4)

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This land is not for sale!The Triple Canyon Ranch isn't just land to single mom Erin Monroe. It's a place her family has called home for generations, a place to raise her kids, a place where she's known love and loss. She's not about to hand it over to outsider Mac Wheeler, no matter how good the city slicker looks in those custom boots she made for him. He can find some o ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 5th 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Good book. Erin is the oldest of her now mostly grown siblings, but is still considered the head of the family. She is also a single mother after the death of her daughter caused the breakup of her marriage two years earlier. Now she works hard taking care of her family, the ranch, their store and her boot business. She has no time to get involved with a man who wants to buy her home out from under her. I really liked both Erin and Mac. Erin loves her family and her home. She knows that her sibl ...more
Had so much trouble with the plot premise of the story, it made the rest of it hard to enjoy. Plus, a town big enough to have a hospital, with a nursing school and a cardiothoracic residency is not going to be a small town. It's probably going to be at least the size of Amarillo or Lubbock. San Angelo is half their size, and there's nothing else in the area... The wind farm aspects made no sense--most companies don't buy the land--they don't have to. Nor did the commissioner's court approval asp ...more
Cathy Gillen Thacker always writes an enjoyable story. She's been able to create enough characters to keep the stories interesting and to keep us up to date on previous characters without going overboard.
This book was full of emotionally charged scenes. The characters were believable and very human.
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Miniseries: Legends of Laramie County
Category: Home and Family
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