Love on the Range: A Looking Glass Lake Prequel

Rated 4.75/5 based on 8 reviews
A plucky city girl. A tough cowboy. Romance in cowboy country.
Stern cowboy Jett Maddox is suddenly promoted to foreman. Just in time for the fall cattle drive. No sweat. Except for the new spitfire cook who is way too soft for wild country. Tender and tough, stubborn and sassy come together in this adventurous Christian western romance. Saddle up to start this love story today. More
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About Rebecca Nightsong

Rebecca Nightsong grew up under the wide-open skies of Idaho, where she spent long days in fluffy petticoats and lace, chasing geese and riding goats (since sadly, she had no horses).

As a bossy sister in a large family of all boys, she may or may not be guilty of making her 3 year old brother lie down on a hard strip of lumber in the middle of the pasture to take a pretend nap when playing “pioneer families.”

Today, Rebecca lives with her husband, who is a constant source of inspiration.

She spends her time in her quirky fictional world of Looking Glass Lake, bossing around characters who frequently boss back.

You can find her at: www.rebeccanightsong.com

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Review by: Ayieko on June 11, 2018 :
Great! Just loved it!
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Review by: annie on March 9, 2017 :
A great book! Thanks for such a great read.
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Review by: fishergirl on Nov. 16, 2016 :
I like a little more usually but this was perfect. Sometimes you don't need a lot of words to tell a great story.
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Review by: Carol on Oct. 1, 2016 :
This romance is a quick read with an enjoyable plot.
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Review by: Dejudge on Sep. 30, 2016 :
Loved the book
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Review by: Daleen on Aug. 6, 2016 :
Nicely written and a very enjoyable read.
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Review by: Sandra Scott on July 23, 2016 :
Lovely story with good humor and fun!
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Review by: Kimberly J Muse-Holliday on July 20, 2016 :
Wonderful story about trusting the Lord and letting go of our pride.
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