Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Review of Wrangler in Petticoats

Title: Wrangler in Petticoats
Author: Mary Connealy
Series: Sophie’s Daughters
Chapters: 31
Pages: 314
Genre: Christian Historical
Rating:  5 stars 9/10
Wrangler in Petticoats is book two in the Sophie’s Daughters series. It is Sally’s story, though some of Mandy’s is also told. Sally is on her way to help Mandy with the birth of her third child. When she is injured in a shoot out with outlaws, Sally is rescued by Logan McKenzie a painter, and Wise Sister.
Sally thinks that Logan is a lunatic; who would rather paint than do chores that a man should do. She can’t believe that Wise Sister has to do the man’s jobs. Sally thinks that he is just as worthless as her father and her sister’s husband. She hopes that Buff and Luther find her before the outlaw’s do, and that she makes it to Mandy’s before Mandy’s baby is born.
However Sally cannot believe that she is falling in love with Logan.  Will Sally and Logan be able to figure out their feelings for each other or will the outlaws find them first? I liked Wrangler in Petticoats almost as much as Doctor in Petticoats; however it was a bit confusing to me at times. It was still a great book I highly recommend it. I am now looking forward to Mandy’s story in Sharpshooter in Petticoats.

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