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Wrangling Her Heart

(The tenth book in the First Families of Flat River series)
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A woman seeking a reconciliation with a long-lost brother. The rancher who opened his home to strangers hoping to find a wife. A con artist determined to control them both.

As a child, Tillie Youngerman was the peacekeeper to her two older brothers. When a feud between her brothers causes one to leave for good, she carries the guilt that it may have been her fault. Ten years later, she’s determined to find her lost brother and try to reconcile with her family once more. Unfortunately, her other brother has dragged her into a sinister scheme that could shatter them forever. Now Tillie must summon all the courage she can muster to protect her brother’s new family without losing her heart or her life.

Rancher Rex Hartman only opened his heart to visitors, hoping to get to know his ranch hand’s sister. He has never courted a woman and now there is one staying under his roof. He’s determined to court her, but when an outlaw gang resurfaces in town, stealing from local ranches, Rex must choose between his duty and his heart.

It doesn't take long for Rex to realize that Tillie is concealing a secret that has the power to alter his family forever. Can Tillie be brave enough to confide in Rex before it’s too late? When the past catches up with them, will Rex be able to protect both Tillie and his heart?

★★ Get lost in this heartwarming story with a touch of humor and faith. ★★

Come spend time in Flat River, Nebraska, a small town filled with the strong men and women who settled the wild west of the Nebraska Plains from 1860 to 1880. Home to unique characters, strong heroines, swoony heroes, and timeless stories, these wholesome tales are filled with family values, romance, humor, and a sprinkle of faith, making them suitable for readers of all ages.

Genre: Inspirational

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