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Waiting for Morning (The Brides of Last Chance Ranch #2)

3.97  ·  Rating details ·  356 Ratings  ·  68 Reviews
Molly Hatfield comes to Arizona Territory seeking stability and security. But living in Cactus Patch provides her with more than she ever dreamed of.

There is nothing Molly wouldn’t do for her teenaged brother, Donny. Blaming herself for the accident that left him wheel-chair bound, Molly has dedicated her life to his care. But in 1896, gainful employment for a woman is har
Paperback, 320 pages
Published January 8th 2013 by Thomas Nelson (first published April 10th 2012)
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Shalini Ayre
Jan 27, 2013 rated it liked it
April 1896, Dobson Creek, Colorado and Molly Hatfield feels something is wrong. Taking the job at the local Saloon has made her the contempt of polite society. If only they would believe that the only entertainment she gave to the drunk men were her singing and dancing.

When the fire alarm is sounded, Molly rushes to where she left her wheelchair bound brother, Donny. Her fears are confirmed when it's the hotel that is on fire - Donny is in there. Taking a great chance, she rescues her brother fr
Virginia Campbell
Author Margaret Brownley returns to "The Brides of Last Chance Ranch" with book two in the series, "Waiting for Morning". After a close call with a fire in which she rescued her wheelchair-bound brother, Donny, Molly Hatfield is desperate to find a safe, secure home for the two of them. An unusual newspaper ad offering a ranch inheritance to a "hard-working woman of good character who agrees to never marry" seems like the answer to Molly's prayers, and she and Donny leave Colorado behind and hea ...more
Nov 13, 2012 rated it really liked it
What could be better than inheriting a ranch with a stipulation to never marry if marriage isn't an option anyway? A no-brainer!

Molly plans to never marry because her handicapped brother requires her attention and she will always put him first. So she answers the ad looking for an heiress.

Dr. Caleb Fairbanks is determined to help her brother learn to be more independent which is fine with Donny until he realizes that his lack of dependence will clear the way for Molly and Caleb to be together a
I don't have any actual complaints about this that I can put a finger on. It may simply be my mood. However, I found this way too easy to put down, and the characters–while solid and likeable–never jumped off the page and grabbed me enough to keep me going. Consequently, it took me three weeks to finish it.
Whitney White
Mar 20, 2017 rated it really liked it
I quite enjoyed this story, with its unorthodox pairing of a former dance hall girl and a doctor. And, of course, Aunt Bessie's antics are always a fun sideshow.
Apr 16, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Set in 1896, in the Arizona desert, a land of contrasts and beauty, sits a large red-roofed two-story adobe ranch house with a wrap-around verandah, outbuildings, barn, corral, and towering windmills. This is the focal setting for ‘Waiting for Morning’, a beautifully captivating story about Molly Hatfield… an unlikely candidate trying out for the heiress position of the eccentric Eleanor Walker and her vast cattle ranch in Cactus Patch.

Pretty 21 year old Molly and her wheel-chair bound brother D
Janka H.
Jun 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing
"All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost." (~Tolkien)

Forgive me a little teatrality, but this is the poem what comes to mind when thinking about this novel. The authoress skillfully touches some dark topics (handicaps (both physical and spiritual), abandonment, guilt, low self-esteem), but does it with a gentle hand and a dose of healthy humour.

Molly Hatfield is another of the row of h
Lisa Johnson
Jan 15, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Title: Waiting for Morning
Author: Margret Brownley
Pages: 352
Year: 2013
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
What do you usually expect when reading a novel? Being a fan of the western genre, when I read one, I look for action! It isn’t usually a romantic western that attracts my attention first, but the adventure. Some write westerns with hints of mystery, revenge, love, forgiveness, and a host of other themes. Others write with these themes and are able to paint a picture in the mind of the reader, so the r
Victor Gentile
Jan 06, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Margaret Brownley, in her new book, “Waiting for Morning” Book Two in her The Brides Of Last Chance Ranch series published by Thomas Nelson takes us to the Arizona Territory in 1896 and into the life of Molly Hatfield.

From the back cover: Molly Hatfield comes to Arizona Territory seeking stability and security. But living in Cactus Patch provides her with more than she ever dreamed.

There is nothing Molly wouldn’t do for her teenaged brother, Donny. Blaming herself for the accident that left him
Julie Graves
Dec 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Molly would do anything for her young brother Donny. After all she believes that it is her fault that he is in a wheelchair. Molly has been working as a dance hall girl in order to support herself and Donny since their father has died. When the town they live in catches fire Molly barely escapes with Donny and a few clothes that she can save from her tent home that they share.

When Molly hears of a rancher looking for an heiress to run her ranch in Arizona Molly and Donny head there. The only cat
Mar 12, 2013 rated it it was amazing
In a day and time when wearing bright colours and make up will get you noticed for all the wrong reasons, Molly Hatfield does just that. Although it is against her character it's what she has to do to help protect her brother.

Guilt for the accident that left Donny in a wheelchair drives everything she does. She must take care of him, and she is willing to sacrifice everything she has, and is, to do just that. This is what drives her to take a strange offer for a job of ranch heiress. Falling in
Valerie (Val's Vicinity)
Sep 15, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Margaret Brownley has done it again, masterfully crafting a story that is just downright entertaining! Molly, the heroine, is easy to like, and her former occupation as a saloon girl (a singer only!) serves as a great reminder to not judge based on perception or outward appearances. I quickly found myself rooting for Molly to overcome her difficult past and to succeed in building a life for herself and her younger brother.

Dr. Caleb is a good guy, but it was the little details about him that real
Patricia Kemp Blackmon
Molly Hatfield no longer have parents to help with the care of her brother Donny. She has it in her head that it because of her negligence that her brother is in a wheelchair unable to anything for himself. She has to work as a saloon girl because for women of her status there is very little in ways of jobs. Dancing and singing is as far as it goes, she is a good girl. She has had several offers at marriage but as soon as the man realizes that her brother is part of the package they are never to ...more
ACS Book-finder
Jan 29, 2013 rated it really liked it
Review: The book Waiting for Morning in The Brides of Last Chance Ranch series by Margaret Brownley will keep your interest from beginning to end. This book is set in the late 1800’s out west when employment for a woman is hard to come by.

The main character, Molly Hatfield, has dedicated her life to caring for her wheelchair-bound teenaged brother Denny. So when Molly learns that a wealthy rancher in Arizona is looking for an heiress, she put her whole heart into this opportunity. This way she h
Sandy Sandmeyer
Jan 14, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Waiting for Morning is about Molly Hatfield, a young lady left alone in the late 1800's to raise her wheelchair-bound brother Donny. She's living in a western community when their home and almost all of their personal belongings are destroyed by a fire. She answers an ad for a heiress at Last Chance Ranch. The only problem is that she knows nothing about ranching or cows.

When Molly and Donny are a few miles out from the ranch with their borrowed horse and cart, they meet Caleb Fairbanks, the tow
Jun 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2013
Molly Hatfield feels responsible for her brother, Donny, and has taken care of him for years. Now that both their parents have passed away she is even more burdened trying to keep both of them sheltered, fed, and clothed. They have lived in a mining town but after a devastating fire Molly knows they must move on.

In 1896 it was not easy for a woman to find work. In the Arizona Territory it was almost impossible so when Molly saw an advertisement that read,

Heiress Wanted,
Looking for hard-working,
HEIRESS WANTED Looking for hard-working, professional woman of good character and pleasant disposition willing to learn the ranching business in Arizona Territory. Must be single and prepared to remain so now and forevermore.
Margaret Brownley. Waiting for Morning: A Brides of Last Chance Ranch Novel (Kindle Locations 127-130). Thomas Nelson.

Waiting for Morning, is the story of a guilt ridden young woman, trying to make a way for herself and her wheel chair bound younger brother; after answering
Dora Hiers
Jan 31, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Molly Hatfield is the sole caretaker for her teenage brother, Donny, who lost the use of his legs in an accident while he was an infant. After rescuing her brother from a hotel fire, Molly determines to provide a more stable home for him, so she answers an ad from a rancher in Arizona. If she can prove her worth and learn the business, she will inherit the ranch. The only stipulation is that she must sign a contract saying she will never marry. That's not a problem for her because she has yet to ...more
Jan 03, 2013 rated it really liked it
series "The Brides of Last Chance Ranch" by Margaret Brownley this book Waiting for Morning.

My first book read by this author and even though it is in a series I loved the story and it read fine alone.
The character of Molly Hatfield was of a fiesty young girl who is dedicated to caring for her brother that she has a ton of guilt about, thinking she caused the accident that made him be in a wheelchair.
She has decided she will always care for him and when a chance comes to go to Arizona to Cact
May 06, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Waiting for Morning has so many facets that it's hard to pinpoint which one I enjoyed the most!

Molly Hatfield is a lovingly fierce sister and wants to protect her wheelchair bound younger brother, Donny, from the hurt that can be caused by rude and judgmental people. This part of the plot really struck a chord in me. As the parent of a child who had multiple disabilities, and was in a wheelchair for many years, I can fully relate to Molly's protective nature.

Dr. Caleb Fairbanks comes back to the
This was a pleasant enough story, though some of the elements stretched credulity a bit. The premise of the book (and the larger series it belongs to) is that an older, very independent woman is looking for a female heir to leave her large and prosperous ranch to--on one condition: That her heir, whoever she might be, will remain single for the remainder of her life. While I can see such a condition being placed in a legal document, what would happen to the inheritance if the heir decided to ren ...more
Jan 27, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Life in 1896 could be difficult under the best of circumstances, but for Molly Hatfield and her brother, Donny, life was especially hard. Their parents were dead and Donny had lost the use of his legs many years ago which had left him confined to a wheel chair. Molly worked in a saloon and devoted herself to caring for her brother. A fire causes them to leave their home in Dobson Creek, Colorado. Molly had learned of a rancher who was looking for an heiress. Specifically, the heiress was require ...more
Hallie Szott
Feb 07, 2013 rated it it was amazing
In the second book of the series started with Dawn Comes Early, the Arizona cattle ranch still needs an unmarried heiress. Molly Hatfield, thinking only of providing the best possible future for her wheelchair-bound brother, arrives at Last Chance Ranch with no qualms about forfeiting her choice to marry. Dedicated to being a worthy and capable heiress, Molly begins to juggle her new ranch obligations and continual responsibilities to her brother. But with divided attentions and dwindling energy ...more
Kathy * Bookworm Nation

I liked this one. I was worried that maybe I would be missing something by not reading the first book, but this stood well on its own. I still want to go back and read the first book though.

Molly was such an interesting character, I really liked her. She has made taking care of her crippled brother her main priority. She would literally do anything for him, including ruin her reputation by being a singer/dancer in a saloon and dressing unique to draw attention away from him. I loved how dete
Jan 08, 2013 rated it really liked it
Eleanor Walker is still looking for an heiress for Last Chance Ranch, the last one, Kate Tenney, will soon be married to Luke Adams the local blacksmith. When Molly Hatfield answers her newest ad, Eleanor hopes she has finally gotten her heiress but has some doubts since so many have already failed. When Molly shows up in her bright dance hall dress and not alone her doubts increase significantly.

When Miss Walker tells Molly to move on because she doesn't think she can dedicate her life to the r
Dance-hall girl Molly is completely committed to caring for her brother Donny, risking her life to save him, and enduring the taunts of others in order to earn money to buy his food. But everything’s falling apart and even their tent is destroyed in a fire. So Molly sets out for the wild wild west, to prove she can commit herself just as forcefully to becoming a rancher. Answering a very strange advertisement, she now has to prove she can care for ranch-hands, cows and horses and keep the books ...more
Feb 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I have been totally digging this western, set in the past romances.
Sherri Smith
Apr 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Pleasantly surprised. I like period pieces, especially those that are dealing with life out west. Something about cowboys, and the rough and rugged man. This one, however, was atypical to my usual western. Rather it was focused on a potential “heiress” and her care for her brother. The love interest in the story, wasn’t even a cowboy, rather a doctor. The dog, Magic, was well used throughout and didn’t leave me wondering what her purpose was in the plot. Well executed.

Basically, Molly has been c
Feb 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I enjoy reading books about ranches and cowboys. Waiting for Morning by Margaret Brownley doesnt disappoint. This is book two in the Last Chance Ranch series and follows Dawn Comes Early.

Welcome back to Last Chance Ranch. This time meet Eleanor Walker’s newest heiress, Molly Hatfield, and her wheelchair bound brother, Donny. Molly feels responsible for her brother’s injury because she was watching him as a baby when he was injured. After losing almost all of their possessions in a fire in Dobson
Dec 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
Molly Hatfield is desperate; desperate enough to move herself and her young brother from Dobson Creek, Colorado to Cactus Patch, Arizona in answer to an advertisement seeking an heiress for a large ranching business. The employment opportunity at Last Chance Ranch seems like the answer to an unspoken prayer until she arrives there. The owner, Eleanor Walker, is no-nonsense through- and -through; and no one is pleased that Molly has arrived with a crippled brother who needs almost constant watch ...more
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Sinopsis en Español // Synopsis in Spanish 1 1 Dec 21, 2014 11:03AM  
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BEST-SELLING AUTHOR MARGARET BROWNLEY has penned nearly forty novels and novellas. Her books have won numerous awards, including Readers' Choice and Award of Excellence. She's was a two-time Romance Writers of American RITA® finalist and has written for a TV soap. She is currently working on a new series. Not bad for someone who flunked eighth grade English. Just don't ask her to diagram a sentenc ...more
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