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A SUITOR FOR JENNY
by Margaret Brownley

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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The second book in the Rocky Creek series features a feisty female lead who only wants the best for her sisters, with unexpected and funny results. Brownley has a way with words that keeps the reader interested until the last page.

Rocky Creek, Texas, 1881: Jenny Higgins is bound and determined to make perfect matches for both her sisters, though she does not intend to find a husband for herself. She puts up fliers and starts to interview potential grooms.

Marshal Rhett Armstrong is in awe of the Higgins sisters, especially Jenny, since they seem to honestly believe they will find their dream husbands here in Texas. He will make sure to be close by to pick up the pieces of Jenny’s broken dreams. Jenny begins to fall for the Marshal, but fights her feelings for him. Rhett has his work cut out for him to win her over and meet her high standards. (THOMAS NELSON, Sep., 320 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: THOMAS NELSON

Published: September 2010

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