She needs to learn how to flirt. He needs to forget she exists. Then she asks him for help finding a husband… What could possibly go wrong?
Charlotte Westin has always been more comfortable in a saddle than a ballroom. That wouldn’t be a problem, except her father owns the largest ranch in Texas—and he insists she marry a wealthy city-slicker worthy of a cattle baron’s daughter. There might be someone out there who’d love her for who she is instead of her money, but she’s been fooled by a sweet talker before, and her family is still suffering because of it.
With an old friend-turned-enemy returning to town and cattle rustlers running roughshod over the county, Sheriff Daniel Harding knows the last thing he should be thinking about is a woman… especially the one woman he’ll never be able to marry. Then Charlotte Westin asks for his help, and Daniel can’t refuse. Until he finds out exactly what she wants…
When Charlotte comes to Daniel with a plan to find herself a husband, Daniel is forced to face his feelings for her—as well as some past mistakes of his own. But as the rustlers grow more dangerous, Charlotte’s father takes drastic steps to engage her to a man she doesn’t love. And Charlotte and Daniel soon find themselves caught between the burdens from their pasts and others’ expectations. Will they let their past choices ruin their dreams? Or will Charlotte and Daniel embrace God’s forgiveness and forge a happy future for themselves?
From jagged mountains and green river valleys, to cattle ranches and vivid sunsets, Tomorrow’s Shining Dream offers a meaningful story about simpler times, sincere faith, and unfailing love.
This was so good I had a very hard time putting it down. Can’t wait for the next one.
Family issues, horses, lost love, grit and determination are found in this compelling story. Charlotte has major decisions to make while showing respect for the wishes of her father. Trusting her own instincts while staying loyal proves to have serious consequences. A great read. I recieved a complimentary copy of the book. No review was required.
Loving this Series
I really enjoyed this book. Charlotte is a ranch girl through and through. Her father wants her to marry well. That would require a move away from the ranch and her horses. She is a horse breeder! Unfortunately she gets nervous and seeks help from her friend Daniel the town sheriff, her best friend’s brother. She thinks learning how to flirt will help her. Daniel has feelings for her but won’t tell her and goes along as much as he can. Her father wouldn’t approve! There’s cattle rustlers, dances, and danger lurking! I enjoy that we hear about former characters in the book as well. I always enjoy a Naomi Rawlings book! I’m looking forward to visiting Texas again with her writing. I received a copy of the book from the author. All views stated are my own.