Home on the Ranch: Texas Family Rescue

Author: Cathy Gillen Thacker,Patricia Thayer

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1488054444

Category: Fiction

Page: 464

View: 6861


A daring proposal Wanted: Texas Daddy by Cathy Gillen Thacker No one in Laramie, Texas, knows about Sage Lockhart’s friends-with-benefits arrangement with sexy cowboy Nick Monroe. And now Sage wants something more from Nick—she wants to have his baby. Nick’s always wanted to take things with Sage to the next level, and having a child with her is an adventure he can’t refuse. But neither of them realizes just how complicated things can get… Dylan’s Last Dare by Patricia Thayer Sidelined by an injury, bull-riding champion Dylan Gentry isn’t used to taking orders. But he meets his match in beautiful, no-nonsense physical therapist Brenna Farren. And once the handsome cowboy learns that Brenna is pregnant, his protective instincts kick in. Dylan thinks he’s learned all there is to know about taking risks. But accepting Brenna and her unborn baby into his life might just be his biggest dare of all!

Home on the Ranch: Texas Family Rescue

Author: Trish Milburn,Cathy Gillen Thacker,Patricia Thayer

Publisher: Harlequin Home on the Ranch

ISBN: 9781335008671

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

View: 2818


A daring proposal Wanted: Texas Daddy by Cathy Gillen Thacker No one in Laramie, Texas, knows about Sage Lockhart's friends-with-benefits arrangement with sexy cowboy Nick Monroe. And now Sage wants something more from Nick--she wants to have his baby. Nick's always wanted to take things with Sage to the next level, and having a child with her is an adventure he can't refuse. But neither of them realizes just how complicated things can get... Dylan's Last Dare by Patricia Thayer Sidelined by an injury, bull-riding champion Dylan Gentry isn't used to taking orders. But he meets his match in beautiful, no-nonsense physical therapist Brenna Farren. And once the handsome cowboy learns that Brenna is pregnant, his protective instincts kick in. Dylan thinks he's learned all there is to know about taking risks. But accepting Brenna and her unborn baby into his life might just be his biggest dare of all!

Colton Family Rescue

Author: Justine Davis

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1488005176

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 9189


A brokenhearted cowboy finds his second chance with a single mom under siege in the newest Coltons of Texas romance! Being rich and powerful didn't save T. C. Colton from painful betrayal. His beloved Jolie Peters walked out on him for cold, hard cash offered by his controlling mother…or so he believed at the time. Now, with a killer hunting down her young daughter—a witness to a murder—Jolie turns to T.C. to keep them safe. But trusting her again isn't easy for T.C. at first…although their attraction is still hotter than a Texas summer and he's crazy about little Emma. For a short time in a remote cabin hideout, T.C., Jolie and Emma feel like family, until the killer closes in, threatening every dream they're building together…

Tejano Legacy

Author: Armando C. Alonzo

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 9780826318978

Category: Social Science

Page: 380

View: 9016


A revisionist account of the Tejano experience in south Texas from its Spanish colonial roots to 1900.

The Bookfinder

Author: Sharon Spredemann Dreyer

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Bibliotherapy

Page: 674

View: 1918


West Texas

Author: Paul H. Carlson,Bruce A. Glasrud

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 0806145234

Category: History

Page: 320

View: 4827


Texas is as well known for its diversity of landscape and culture as it is for its enormity. But West Texas, despite being popularized in film and song, has largely been ignored by historians as a distinct and cultural geographic space. In West Texas: A History of the Giant Side of the State, Paul H. Carlson and Bruce A. Glasrud rectify that oversight. This volume assembles a diverse set of essays covering the grand sweep of West Texas history from the ancient to the contemporary. In four parts—comprehending the place, people, politics and economic life, and society and culture—Carlson and Glasrud and their contributors survey the confluence of life and landscape shaping the West Texas of today. Early chapters define the region. The “giant side of Texas” is a nineteenth-century geographical description of a vast area that includes the Panhandle, Llano Estacado, Permian Basin, and Big Bend–Trans-Pecos country. It is an arid, windblown environment that connects intimately with the history of Texas culture. Carlson and Glasrud take a nonlinear approach to exploring the many cultural influences on West Texas, including the Tejanos, the oil and gas economy, and the major cities. Readers can sample topics in whichever order they please, whether they are interested in learning about ranching, recreation, or turn-of-the-century education. Throughout, familiar western themes arise: the urban growth of El Paso is contrasted with the mid-century decline of small towns and the social shifting that followed. Well-known Texas scholars explore popular perceptions of West Texas as sparsely populated and rife with social contradiction and rugged individualism. West Texas comes into yet clearer view through essays on West Texas women, poets, Native peoples, and musicians. Gathered here is a long overdue consideration of the landscape, culture, and everyday lives of one of America’s most iconic and understudied regions.