mostraligabue
» » The Lawman Claims His Bride (Charity House)

ePub The Lawman Claims His Bride (Charity House) download

by Renee Ryan

ePub The Lawman Claims His Bride (Charity House) download
Author:
Renee Ryan
ISBN13:
978-0373828647
ISBN:
0373828640
Language:
Publisher:
Love Inspired Historicals; Original edition (April 12, 2011)
Category:
Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
ePub file:
1569 kb
Fb2 file:
1870 kb
Other formats:
lrf txt mbr azw
Rating:
4.7
Votes:
633

Love Inspired Historical. The Marshal Takes a Bride. The Lawman Claims His Bride

Love Inspired Historical. The Lawman Claims His Bride. grew up in a small Florida beach town. She should be back at Charity House, the orphanage where she lived and worked, helping settle the younger children into bed for the night. Logan lifted his eyes to the dark heavens, tried to formulate a prayer, but words escaped him. How did he turn to God for guidance when he had yet to discover what Megan had done, or why Trey Scott had locked her up like a common criminal?

With her book, The Lawman Claims His Bride, Renee Ryan proves a story featuring characters already in love can .

With her book, The Lawman Claims His Bride, Renee Ryan proves a story featuring characters already in love can have great romantic tension, unpredictable twists, and lessons to be learned. Kept apart for five years by the heroine’s circumstances and the hero’ A good romance usually ends with a hero and heroine realizing they are in love.

Logan will protect her life with his. But forging a true marriage takes trust, faith and the courage to open their hearts to God's plan–wherever it lead. .View all. Book 5. Book 6. Book 7.

The Lawman Claims His Bride.

Читай онлайн книгу The Lawman Claims His Bride на сайте или . He balled his shooting hand into a tight fist Hooked from page one, she spent hours consuming one book after another while working on the best (and last!) tan of her life.

Читай онлайн книгу The Lawman Claims His Bride на сайте или через приложение ЛитРес Читай. He balled his shooting hand into a tight fist. The urge to hit something, or someone, came fast, but he reminded himself heâ?™d taken a different path than his brother. Still, a low growl of frustration rumbled deep in his throat. Hooked from page one, she spent hours consuming one book after another while working on the best (and last!) tan of her life. Two years later, armed with a degree in economics and religion, she explored various career opportunities, including stints at a Florida theme park, a modeling agency and a cosmetics conglomerate.

The Lawman Claims His Bride (Charity House Book 4. Hunter knew all about Charity House, the orphanage Marc and Laney Dupree had created for the abandoned boys and girls no other institution would touch.

Hunter knew all about Charity House, the orphanage Marc and Laney Dupree had created for the abandoned boys and girls no other institution would touch. Because of the Duprees' noble efforts, children of prostitutes were welcomed into a loving, safe home without question. And given a solid, Christian upbringing.

His future wife should not be locked up. She should be back at Charity House, the orphanage where she lived and worked, helping settle . No one at Charity House had given him a direct answer as to Megan’s whereabouts this evening. How did he turn to God for guidance when he had yet to discover what Megan had done, or why Trey Scott had locked her up like a common criminal? No one at Charity House had given him a direct answer as to Megan’s whereabouts this evening

The Lawman Claims His Bride. For five years, . Charity House Courtship (Love Inspired Historical). Marshal Logan Mitchell has dreamed of returning to his sweetheart in Denver. He never imagined he'd find Megan Goodwin locked in a prison cell. For the Children Thanks to a troubled childhood, Laney O'Connor knows the struggles faced by the offspring of society's most desperate women. These young innocents need a safe place, which Laney seeks to provide at Charity House. When foreclosure threatens her haven, she'll let nothing stop her from keeping the orphanage open. Not even handsome hotel owner Marc Dupree.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1.

Renee Ryan sold her first book by winning the inaugural New Historical Voice Contest in 2002. She eventually reconciled her writing with her faith and began writing Inspirational Romances in 2006. When she’s not writing for Love Inspired Historical, Renee works part time as a regional makeup artist for an international cosmetic company. She lives with her husband, two children and one ornery cat in Nebraska. The Doctor’s Christmas Wish (Village Green Renee Ryan. ISBN: 9780373719242 Publisher: Love Inspired. Book Release Date: December 1, 2015.

For five years, U.S. Marshal Logan Mitchell has dreamed of returning to his sweetheart in Denver. He never imagined he'd find Megan Goodwin locked in a prison cell. Megan has no memory of what happened the night the outlaw was murdered. And though Logan is sure of her innocence, proving it is only half the battle. Remembering the killer's identity will clear Megan's name but could lead danger right to her door. Logan will protect her life with his. But forging a true marriage takes trust, faith and the courage to open their hearts to God's plan—wherever it leads….
  • I truly enjoyed this book. At the heart of the story is a super sweet romance between two people who really love each other. It's the fourth book in the Charity House series, but after a little investigation I came to the realization that book five of the series, Charity House Courtship, should really be book one. That's because the events of that story take place prior to the events in this one, and also precedes the events in books one, two, and three. We do meet the couple from book five in this story, and they are already married and have been for some ten years. In any event, LAWMAN CLAIMS HIS BRIDE is a good book. The hero, Logan, is totally and completely devoted to his beloved Megan, and has been for over five years. Logan fell in love with Megan at first sight, but was convinced by others that Megan was too young for marriage and that he needed to wait. In the meantime, Logan went off to pursue a career in law enforcement so that he would have the means to provide a good life for Megan when they finally did get married.

    Now five years later, Logan returns only to discover that Megan has been arrested for the murder of a man who attacked her. Very quickly Logan dispenses with the ridiculous idea that Megan could be a killer, but there is the concern that Megan could possibly identify the real killer and thus the scepter of danger hangs over her head until that individual is apprehended. In order to protect her, Logan takes Megan to his family's' ranch. Most of the story is devoted to the couple's adjustment to one another after a five year separation. Megan is no longer a girl, but a woman fully grown, and one who is not only independent, but also determined to stand on her own two feet. Logan has his work cut out learning to deal with this "new" Megan. LOL

    There is a hint of intrigue as Logan tries to uncover the identity of the real killer, and by the time his identity is revealed I had already figured it out...there are a lot of clues provided throughout the story. FYI, as you might expect with an inspirational romance, this is a clean story; no sex. Despite the fact that there are no explicit scenes in the book, there is some focus on the intense physical attraction between the couple--especially Logan's attraction to Megan. I do like the fact that the author brought up the issue physical attraction between the couple, because so often Christian romance novels try to pretend as though there isn't physical love between a husband and wife. Furthermore, even though the issue is raised in this story, it is by no means crude! All in all this was a very nice story and one that I happily recommend. Happy reading!

  • I am going to give this book four stars even though I was a bit put off by all the sex talk - innocent, in the bounds of marriage. I wasn't put off by the subject itself, I've read plenty, but in the way it was presented. First of all, I highly doubt that such intimate matters would have been discussed with Logan's parents. I also think that Megan would have been quite embarrassed if his mother insisted on the issue. This is a really private matter - especially in the time period - and would not have been a topic of discussion.

    Second of all, too much emphasis was put on the actual physical act instead of the spiritual bonding that needed to take place in the marriage. It just seemed like half the book concerned Logan and Megan's actually having sex...Thirdly, the language they used in discussing the issue was a bit cheesy. "Make me your wife, Logan." Instead of "Make love to me" or some other more regular wording that would have probably taken place. There is nothing dirty about the topic. It's beautiful when two people are married and not something to tip toe around. But I just a bit put off by all the "making her his wife" when they were already married and the other odd language used. Consummating a marriage,becoming intimate, or even making love would have been simpler terms.

    I do not want this to be the deciding issue in buying this book. Like I said, there was nothing dirty about the topic. I just was a bit uncomfortable with the way it was handled at times. The story was excellent. A lot of the reviewers claimed they knew "who" from the beginning, but I actually didn't until it was revealed. I'm not sure why, but I had my mind set on someone else...it just never crossed my mind!

  • This is one of those books where I wish I could add half-a-star as I really think this is closer to 3-1/2 stars for me. While I enjoyed the basic storyline, a few things bothered me. First of all, a few things were just grammatical preferences, like the use of periods after each word to add drama and emphasis. Once or twice in modern stories makes sense to me, but in historical novels like this, it just seems out of place.

    Secondly , some things didn't make sense. For example, Logan knocks on the front door of an orphanage then opens the door to ask if anyone is home because the place seems deserted. An orphanage, deserted? Then he hears the headmaster call from the back of the house, and Logan then walks a labyrinth of corridors to find the man in his office, behind a closed door. Would these two men really have heard each other? And the man was still sitting at his desk? Wouldn't most men have at least gone to the door to see who was coming in his house?

    Third, the 'bad guy' was obvious pretty early on. I understood that part of Logan's motivation was to make sure he was nothing like the 'bad guy', yet for a family who never mentioned this man to anyone, Logan spent a lot of time thinking about him and this character's backstory.

    Finally, the author used a lot of Scripture throughout the book. It was all appropriately used, but I wonder if average people of the time period would actually have quoted the verses. Perhaps I'm odd in that I remind myself of principles or partial verses instead. But, again, this is just a personal preference where I felt the biblical quotes were overdone.

    I do not feel like i wasted my time reading the story, and the events kept me turning the pages to see how all would be revealed. I'm just not sure I will continue with more books in this particular series.