Roping the Wrangler

Roping the Wrangler Horseman Oscar White knows everything about training horses and not much about women When he runs across schoolmarm Sarah Hansen attraction flares but she isn t interested in a cowboy like him Until

  • Title: Roping the Wrangler
  • Author: Lacy Williams
  • ISBN: 9780373829774
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback
  • Horseman Oscar White knows everything about training horses and not much about women When he runs across schoolmarm Sarah Hansen, attraction flares, but she isn t interested in a cowboy like him Until three little girls who need help bring the two together Related to THE HOMESTEADER S SWEETHEART

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    1. Hmmm, well it was a good book but I honestly didn't enjoy it. Is that weird???Anyways, I listened to this one and the reader; Laura Jennings, did a wonderful job.Now I loved the first book in this series, so I will def read others, but this one will never be one of my faves and I doubt I will revisit it.This is a clean romance between Oscar, the 'lovelorn man with no balls', and Sarah the 'taken for granted' schoolmarm. Sarah is 24 and spent most of her youth so far, caring for her two younger s [...]

    2. I loved Roping the Wrangler! The hero, Oscar, was close to my perfect hero--funny, generous, protector of women and children, kind even to those who are not, handsome, and even though he had his own emotional wounds, he willingly helped others through their troubling times. Lacy Williams is skilled at creating a fiction world set in the Old West with her vivid descriptions, realistic dialect, and intriguing stories that fit the time period well. She is racing to the top of my favorite author's l [...]

    3. After reading Courted by a Cowboy (a novella), I couldn’t wait to dive in and read Oscar’s story in Roping the Wrangler. I was not disappointed. This book is full of strife due to misconceptions about others, things that have happened in the past, children who need love and care and a town that is ruled by a mean-spirited man.Sarah and Oscar have both lived lives where grief and loss played a major part in their upbringing. Although they each had a different experience than the other, their [...]

    4. Sarah Hansen never forgot the cruel words uttered by the frustrated young man . Yes, she'd acted like a shrew, but she was so young and trying to look out for her sisters. There was no cause for him to make the charge in front of all her classmates. And now, years later when he returns as the fabled "horseman" all her insecurities return with him.Oscar White used to be sweet on Sarah's sister and had no use for the bossy mother hen who tried to act so mature, but when his job brings him to the r [...]

    5. A cute story, very sweet. The kind of thing I could recommend to my mother-in-law or that my father could read over my shoulder and not be horrified. One thing I really appreciate about Williams' writing is her subtle infusion of the "inspirational" elements. I never feel like she's beating me over the head with The God Stick. Looking forward to more stories set in this universe.

    6. A super fast read. I loved the characters and being able to catch up with the ones from Homesteader's Sweetheart.

    7. I really liked Oscar as a hero, he was patient and kind. Sarah was spunky but not to the point of being irritating. There was a good amount of tension and mystery surrounding the girls history.

    8. Sarah Hansen school teacher in Lost Hollow was not looking forward to meeting horseman Oscar White but because her boss required her to be in attendance she'd have to deal with her past encounter with the horseman. Oscar White thought he'd just have to make the best of it while training Mr. Allen's colt when he learned Sarah was staying at the Allen's ranch. Through the hands of God and three precious little girls, Sarah and Oscar start to realize that their opinions of each other are wrong and [...]

    9. Loved it. The Horseman comes to town to train a horse. He finds an old school acquaintance, who happens to be the schoolmarm. Sarah Hansen introduces him to a couple of young girls that she teaches. When things don't look good for the girls, Oscar White steps in to help their step-dad. And when the school board member that Sarah lives with starts abusing her, yelling, making outlandish demands, Oscar starts looking out for Sarah too. Soon Oscar realizes that he has feelings for Sarah. They work [...]

    10. I loved Roping the Wrangler! It was my first Lacy Williams book but it certainly won’t be my last! I loved Lacy’s attention to details, rich characters, and vivid descriptions.If you love an Old West series full of heart-warming heroes, this is a series for you!An introduction to this series can be found in the novella, Courted by a Cowboy.Book 1: Roping the WranglerBook 2: Return of the Cowboy Doctor, releases in December Disclaimer: I won a copy of this book through the First Reads progra [...]

    11. Free copy won on .An unlikely romance between a school teacher and a wrangler whose personalities appear to be different but find a common bond and love with three orphan girls. They both had difficult childhoods as they learn to love each other and the girls.If you love cowboys and school teachers in the old west you will fall for their story. The course of love is never an easy plight. A quick enjoyable read.

    12. I have read a couple from the series, and decided I needed to read them all! I recently realized just how much I love the way this author writes! She has a wonderful way of sucking me into a story. Once I start, it is torture if I cannot finish in one sitting! This book tugged at my heartstrings! I am so in love with hero and heroine! Now heroes I always love, but to get me so in love with a heroine, that's skill! :) Can't wait to get to the rest of this series!

    13. This book was incredibly well written and kept me hooked with the interesting characters and true to the time plot. I enjoyed the tensions between the characters in the town and seeing how the protagonist, Sarah, stood up to the injustices in the three girls' lives. The story was emotional and exciting and a great read!

    14. "In a town short on Christian charity, controlled by one rancher, the heroine struggles to provide safety for three orphans. The hero is quite heroic, and the ending is satisfying" RT Book Reviews, rated 4 starsMiniseries: Wyoming LegacyCategory: Inspirational Romance

    15. TunasmommyThis is a wonderful book.I stayed up half the night reading and loved every word.A sweet but sad story but of course all kinds of things happen good and bad but they persevere through it all.

    16. It's a romance, although an enjoyable one, romance is just not my favorite genre. But if you like romance and you like historical romance then this is a good one

    17. This book reminded me of The Little House on the Prairie books. It had a similar setting, a one room schoolhouse, and a theme of doing what is right. It is a quick, easy, read but enjoyable.

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