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Nick Stafford has been working on his family's ranch, trying to proove he is the "good son." Despite a strong commitment to be a better husband, father and ranch manager than his father was, Nick has found himself a single father. One of his daughters is having trouble in school and he has to think past his Stafford stuborness and do what is best for his girls.
Dr. Elsa Andreas has suffered her own tragedy. One that caused her to abandon her family practice and hide in a dark corner of Gray's Glen. Her sister, the school principal, convinced her to come out of hiding to help the Stafford girls.
Nick is smitten with Elsa, and she with he, but they both agree to put the girls first. Can Nick put aside his stuborn side, or will Elsa's hidden secret keep them apart despite both of them wishing the best for the girls?
Home on the Range is the 2nd book in the Double S Ranch series. (Books 1 and 3 follow the other two Stafford brothers.) It is a Fictional Christian Romance.
Normally I don't read or enjoy romance novels, but I chose to read this one because of the cover art, of a little girl hanging on to her fathers leg.
Reading Home on the Range I was in love with the charactger of Dr. Elsa. I loved her Hobbit hole in the woods. I loved her eccentric parrot. I loved how much she loved Nick's daughters. Her fear and distrust in certain people felt right with me
This quote from another chacrater in the book stuck with me:
"We cannot blame God for the evils of people. We are inclined to sin. But if each of us maes her corner of the world as sweet and good as she can, she blesses many, unseen."
In a not entirley unexpeted twist, the girls mother shows up. One that happened I kept expeting things to be done and said that never were. I was happy that the book wasn't so predictible that I knew what would happen before it did.
If you like a light Romance with Christian undertones I would recommend you read Home on the Range. I enjoyed it enough to read it in a couple of days. However I didn't enjoy it enough to be tempted to check out the other books in the series. I guess its just not my genre.
If you are interested in checking it out, Home on the Range is available in several formats on amazon, along with the rest of the series.
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I received my copy of Tell Me How This Ends Well for free from Blogging For Books. All opinions are my own.