- Mass Market Paperback: 334 pages
- Publisher: Leisure Books (Aug 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0843951877
- ISBN-13: 978-0843951875
- Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 10.7 x 2.3 cm
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,993,851 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Luke is looking for a killer by the name of Mad Dog Perkins who has ruined his life and and Glory is also looking for Mad Dog perkins to collect the bounty on him as her father has been imprisoned and she hopes to get him released.
Glory is struggling to look after her mother and sisters and keep their farm from being repossessed. She is also going blind.
Glory accidentally shoots Luke and cares for him on her farm where they eventually fall in love.
Luke helps Glory to clear her fathers name and he is reunited with his family.
Linda Broday writes a very sensitive and compelling story and
gives a strong message that people with disabilities and and do lead a full and normal life.
When Glory learns of the opportunity to pursue and possibly capture a wanted outlaw, she saddles up and sets out to bring the man in and claim the reward money. Unfortunately, someone else has the same idea.
Luke McClain is a former Texas Ranger who is out to clear his name. As he is going in for the capture of one of the men who can help clear his name, he is literally knocked off his feet by a fiesty little lady with a glorious name.
Yep, Glory shot him. Accidently, of course, but shot him all the same.
As Luke recovers on the Day family farm, he soon learns how much this independent little lady does, and as his admiration for Glory grows, he discovers that he is falling in love with the Texas spitfire, and vows to help her in any way he can.
As the two become acquainted and their feelings for each other deepen, it is evident that Luke must help Glory clear her father's name as he clears his own. If she will only let him.
THE COWBOY WHO CAME CALLING is the charming, entertaining second novel from Texas author Linda Broday, and it is a spectacular continuation of her story begun in KNIGHT ON THE TEXAS PLAINS. Broday's style of storytelling is captivating; readers become emotionally involved in her stories, and are not disappointed in their outcomes.
Glory Day knows her family is in trouble as the bank pressures them for payment on the ranch. She plans to capture escaped prisoner Mad Dog Perkins in order to collect the bounty. She traps Mad Dog, but Luke gets in the way and she ends up shooting the wrong guy. Luke heals on the Day spread where he charms and helps her family. Glory wants him to leave until they kiss. She realizes she shot the right man because that made him stay in time to fall in love.
THE COWBOY WHO CAME CALLING is a warm western romantic sequel to the graphically vivid KNIGHT ON THE TEXAS PLAIN though charcaters from the first novel make limited appearances in this book. Thus, readers have a choice to either go back or to peruse this delightful stand-alone tale. The story line is fun as Luke exacerbates Glory by his not only taking over her role with her family, but their appreciation of his doing so. Linda Broday is a skilled author who shows her ability to provide a solid novel in which the romance takes center stage with western and suspense elements providing profundity and focus to the love story.
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