Dawn comes early by Margaret Brownley


Review by:  Regina

Title:  Dawn comes early

Author:  Margaret Brownley

Collection:  Adult Fiction

Certainly if you can write a potboiler about ranching there should be no problem living the real deal – right? College-educated Bostonian Kate Tenney is about to find out that ranching in Arizona territory is not all romance and roses. Determined to be the heiress that toughened Eleanor Walker needs to inherit her ranch, Kate will outlast the other applicants – even if means signing the dotted line to never marry. No big deal, her past life experiences have taught her never to trust men – any men. Unfortunately for her and Mrs. Walker, blacksmith Luke Adams and local hombre, Cactus Joe might have a say in the matter.

I love Brownley’s characters, especially faith filled ranch hand Ruckus and Luke’s aunts – Bessie and Lula-Belle. These two ladies are a hoot and when Bessie decides it’s time to make her husband’s toes curl with passion – don’t be surprised to find yourself laughing out loud!

Next book in the The Brides of Last Chance Ranch series: Waiting for Morning


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