Paperback, 343 pages
Thomas Nelson, publisher
I really love to read anthing that Margaret Brownley writes, she just has a way about her that make the story come to life, she has come through again with Dawn Comes Early.
In 1895, Kate Tenney loved to write dime novels but they were just not taken well with the 549686
society and when her last book was banned she decieded to leave the city and try a new start in the Arizona Territory. She wants to try her hand at ranching as she had wrote about in her dime novels.
When she get there and finds out that ranching was much harder that she ever thought as she had been rained in the city and had never had to do this kind of work. Kate never intended to get married as she her heart had been broken too many times to ever try again. But, when Luke Adams came into the picture she might just change her mind. He made her feel things that she had only written about in her novels. Would he make her change her mind about men? Maybe God had brought her to this desert to give her a new life in the way that her novel stated.
Thanks so much to Booksneeze for sending me this book free in return for a review in my own words.