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by Carolyne Aarsen (Goodreads Author)
Veterinarian Cara Morrison is planning another walk down the aisle with her ex-fiance--except she isn't the bride and rancher Nicholas Chapman isn't the groom. With their best friends' wedding looming, the last thing maid of honor Cara wants is to rekindle a romance with best man Nicholas. But when he needs her help to unravel the illness that's descending on his herd, she ...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense
(first published January 1st 2010)
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Great book! I really like the premise behind it. I think all too often we are chasing something that ultimately takes us away from what we are really wanting and this book tells a story of such two characters. I liked how the typical romance in this book took a whole lot of talking and soul searching before their happily ever after.
I think Cattleman's Courtship was very awesome. It was well written and I think it made me stop and think about Philippians 4:11. I love Philippians and I also took a second look at Psalms 139. Thank you for helping me to want to search the scriptures that I hold dear to my heart! I tell my young students that a good author speaks to you as if she or he is holding a conversation with you and with your book I felt each character! Great story! I am curious is there a sequel? Would love to read a c ...more
Nov 22, 2016 Mary Baker rated it really liked it · review of another edition
I liked this book, a story of a second chance at love. I liked the main characters, Cara and Nicholas, and their willingness to sacrifice for a second chance at a lasting relationship. I love a hero who can admit he's wrong.
Carolyne Aarsen is a blessed to have sincere Christian parents and to be married to a committed Christian husband. But her first love was always fiction. Because of her isolation from any kind of writing group, Carolyne learned to write by trial and error and by taking correspondence courses while she and her husband were raising their four natural children and the numerous foster children that ca ...moreMore about Carolyne Aarsen...