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The Best Man

Maggie Osborne

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This is one of the best books that I have read in a long time. It made me laugh, cry, and the way love won out in the end was wonderful. -- Beverly Willeford, Bev's Books (Highlands, TX)

Joe Roark's three daughters have just learned that the only way they will inherit their father's ranch is to drive a herd of 1,200 longhorns to Dodge City, Kansas and sell them there. If they fail, his wife Lola inherits everything. Terrified, but knowing they will be penniless without their inheritance, the girls decide to drive the cattle. What follows is an unparalleled adventure filled with the raw wildness of nature, the force of sheer determination, and an unexpected love that will change one sister's life...

Maggie Osborne is the author of over fifty category and historical romance novels, written as Margaret St. George and Maggie Osborne. Maggie is a former national President of Romance Writers of America, and a co-founder of NINC, an organization for multi-published authors. She has been regularly featured in the Doubleday Book Club and is published worldwide as well as in audio and large print editions. Among the many awards Maggie has won are a RITA for Best Long Historical from the Romance Writers of America, and a RITA for Lifetime Achievement. She has many Career Achievement awards from Romantic Times, including an award for Best Category novel of the year. Maggie and her husband live in Northern Nevada.

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Kopierschutz Ja i
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Seitenzahl 448 (Printausgabe)
Erscheinungsdatum 14.10.2014
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9781455588527
Verlag Grand Central Publishing
Dateigröße 921 KB

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