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The Wildflower Bride by Mary Connealy


Book three in the Montana Marriages series continues the story of Wade Sawyer and Glowing Sun, a white woman who was raised by a Flathead tribe after her biological family died. 66 more words

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The Husband Tree by Mary Connealy


The Husband Tree is the second book in the Montana Marriages trilogy, and in it, Mary Connealy takes us on a cattle drive with the Harden family and some hired hands. 113 more words

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Montana Rose by Mary Connealy (plus some thoughts on submission)


Montana Rose is the first book in the Montana Marriages trilogy, and it opens with a bang. Well, it actually opens with a funeral and wedding all in one, witnessed by some rough ranchers in an area where there are almost no single women. 354 more words

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Gingham Mountain by Mary Connealy


The final book of the Lassoed in Texas trilogy is set in a small town that lies at the end of the “orphan train”, and a single man named Grant adopts all the “leftovers”–the kids who have a disability, appear angry, look troublesome, or are too young or old, and haven’t been chosen by any family at any of the stops along the way. 90 more words

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Calico Canyon by Mary Connealy


Calico Canyon is the second book in the Lassoed in Texas trilogy and focuses on the new school teacher, Grace Calhoun, who was introduced in… 99 more words

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Petticoat Ranch by Mary Connealy


As a book reviewer for Bethany House Publishers, I receive emails when they have new books to review, and I usually recognize at least one author, but a few months ago, I knew none of the authors on the list. 259 more words

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Miracle in a Dry Season by Sarah Loudin Thomas


A couple of months ago, I wrote a review for Appalachian Serenade, a novella by Sarah Loudin Thomas, and I recently received the sequel, … 214 more words

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