Wednesday, June 16, 2010

A Wild Ride

First there was Montana Rose and the timid bride who was taught love and tenacity by the reluctant groom. Then came the thrice widowed cattle woman who had sworn off marriage under The Husband Tree.

To round out the riotous series of Montana Marriages, Mary Connealy gives us Wildflower Bride where the once misguided and spoiled rancher's son has met his match in an Indian raised wild child.

Glowing Sun, born into the white man’s world as Abby Lind, is one of few survivors after her Flathead village is massacred. Forced to sever all ties to her adopted tribe, Abby wonders where she now belongs. Tenderhearted Wade Sawyer is bent on keeping Abby safe. When he receives word that his cattle baron father may be dying, he convinces her to go home with him. Has Wade’s rescue reflex overridden his common sense? Land-hungry killers are lurking around the Sawyer ranch. Can this mild-mannered cowboy and fiercely independent woman save Wade’s land—and each other?

And don't miss the start of Mary's new series Sophie's Daughters beginning with a July release of Doctor in Petticoats. Some might notice the connection to Mary's first book, Petticoat Ranch, available this fall in a Lassoed in Texas series omnibus.

3 comments:

Jan Cline said...

Great name for a series. Will be watching.

Aaron McCarver said...

Great ending to a great series. And the next series is a treat for all Mary fans. Trust me!

Pepper Basham said...

Mary's books are always a wonderful blend of romance, conflict, and humor. Wildflower Bride is no different, but the hero is.
I like Wade a lot.
Keep the great stories coming, Mary.