Married by Midnight
A woman fighting to keep her family's farm. A man hiding from the guilt that consumes him. The two angels determined to show each of them the power of forgiveness.
Sarah Abrahams hears the whispers around town and knows that no man would consider marrying her. Alone after her family's death, she is now in danger of losing the farm and the only life she has known in Cree...more
Ian- jumping trains to get away from trouble in NY and to start fresh.
Sarah- trying to keep her family's farm
I enjoyed reading this captivating story that is fantastically written with lovable characters. Their story has a sweet HEA! ...more
This was a good story! The H and h found their way to each other. The only critic I would make is steers can not have calves, because they are castrated bull calves. Only cows or heifers (female calves) can have babies. The author, Christine, did a good job explaining about hobos and catalog homes, but just wanted her to know about her steers could not have calves.
Married by Midnight is the 48th title in the Cowboys and Angels series and reunites us, just a bit, with characters we met in Beauty and the Baker (#39 – Georgina & Charlie) as well as that matchmaking guardian angel couple, the Pennyworths.
Ian is Charlie’s friend and went through most of the horrible terrors with Charlie back East. Now he’s free and traveling the rails as a train jumper heading West when he is encouraged to make a side trip to Creede, Colorado by his ...more
The Pennworthies are at it again. When Ian jumps from the train outside Creede he has no idea he will reconnect with his best friend and meet the love of his life. Sarah is in mourning. She has lost her entire family to a road accident with a wagon. Now she will lose the farm. Her neighbor is detestable and the man who jumped from the train has few recollections. This adventurous love story includes some awesome history about the train jumpers. Loved it thoroughly.
A young woman with too much on her plate. A young man with nightmares when he sleeps. When finally they meet it is with Ian unconscious. Sarah helps nurse him back to health but discovered he has lost his memory. Together can they fight all demons. Can Sarah keep the family farm? A great story. Read straight through because it was too hard to put down. ...more
Sarah lost her parents and sister in a wagon wreck, Ian was a train jumper/Hobo. Trying to make his way to California, He jumped the train Creede, almost Drown in a creek by Sarah's farm. Her farm hand found Ian and brought him to Sarah. They got him his memory back and Ian and Sarah tell in love. Thanks Christine Sterling. ...more
This is the 49th book in the Cowboys and Angels series. We find out what happened to Ian, the friend of Charlie (Beauty and the Baker, number 39). Ian ends up on the farm of a woman who has suddenly inherited her family farm and is coping with the loss of her parents and sister. The story has a good plot and no added drama.I enjoy this series.
Sarah is grieving the loss of her parents and sister, when she is told she will be losing her home farm due to back taxes that she has no money to pay. Ian was moving west by hopping trains when he shows up at Sarah's farm needing help. Can Ian help her as she helps him? ...more
I enjoyed this book. A bit frustrated with Sarah, but the story was well written. I appreciate books which - not only entertain, but inform. This book is one of them. Would have liked a bit more character development. Apart from that, was really good.
Christine Sterling lives in a pre-civil war farmhouse with her husband, three dogs - Morgan, Brandi and Samson, and about a dozen rescued barn cats. She has been writing since she was eight years old when her grandparents gave her a Sears & Roebuck typewriter with a hard plastic cover for Christmas in 1977.
She spent her teen years crafting stories to include ...more