Chasing Norie

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After spending the Civil War years in Indiana, Norie is anxious to get back on her horse and gallop across her Colorado ranch. Linc is sure there are just certain things a girl shouldn't do. Riding unridable horses, shoot and throw knives better than a man are just a few. Doesn’t she understand he’s only trying to keep her safe? Why can’t Linc accept her and why does he have to be so handsome? More

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About Sophie Dawson

Sophie Dawson has been making up stories in her head ever since she was a child. She lives with her husband on the family farm in Illinois. Two grown sons, a daughter-in-law and granddaughter round out her immediate family.

Sophie does all kinds of needlework and was a professional machine quilter in the past. She loves to travel, read, garden and now write.

In her books, Sophie shares the wisdom God has taught her in stories of faithful living. Her hope is to demonstrate how acting and reacting in the way the Bible teaches can bring a positive impact on her readers.

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Review by: Becca Carroll on June 11, 2014 :
Norie has just come home after living with her aunt for years. She's ready to jump back into living the ranch life with her widowed Dad. She meets Linc, her father's foreman. He isn't sure what to think of Norie at first, but soon becomes very fond of her.
This story is told in parallel to Leah's Peace, but from Norie's point of view. Sophie has done a wonderful job of drawing the reader in. I didn't want to put the book down once I started it. This is good Christian romance, meaning there is no smut. It's not an unrealistic romance story, so you're not going to be tempted to fantasize about what you'll never have, romance-wise.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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