Peach Blossom Rancher, an historical romance
Sequel to The Lady Fugitive, second in the Peaches and Dreams series
By Ada Brownell
Peach Blossom Rancher
The leading man who has recently inherited his parents' peach/ horse ranch.
His secret: He's seriously searching for a wife, and all the women who pop into his path only frustrate him.
A beautiful widow who was attracted to John when he walked her down the aisle at his sister Jennifer Parks' wedding.
Her secret: Her heart longs to make a difference in the world, and when an attorney on his dad's legal team asks her to help get three people who don't deserve to be in the asylum for insane out, she jumps in-almost over her head.
A talented physician who had one seizure and was sent to the asylum. He struck his head on a fence in a public arena when he was bucked off a horse, and then had the seizure.
His secret: He's almost ready to give up. Maybe he was insane or demon possessed! Yet in his heart he knew he was more sane than the asylum's doctors.
A rancher neighbor of John Parks.
Her secret: She believes she's in love with John. She has a gossipy mouth, but underneath, a caring heart for John who has his eyes on another woman, and also shows kindness to the wicked woman who plans to take the baby born to the maid her son compromised. The wicked woman doesn't believe the mother is capable of caring for a baby.
His secret: He plans to own Edwina Jorgenson's horse ranch.
A 12-year-old kid who is the adopted son of his parents, William and Jenny O'Casey.
Stuart's secret: He plans to have lots of fun, laughter, frustrating adults and working with the animals on John's ranch.
John's black cook and housekeeper.
Her secret: She believes God is working miracles in all of the character's lives, and shows it with her joy and dancing in the ordinary happenings in her life.
His secret: Abe believes John Lincoln Parks will succeed, not only in restoring the ranch, but in finding a wife, and spiritual victory.
A freckled redhead, in high school she won best actress in a one-act play contest and judges told her she should go to Hollywood as a comedienne. Instead, she became a wife, mother, writer and a veteran youth Christian education teacher. Most of her life Ada sang in Christian gospel groups, including the Damascus Singers and Praise Trio. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Ozarks Chapter of American Christian Writers.
She and her husband have five children, one in heaven, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Blog: http://inkfromanearthenvessel.blogspot.com Stick-to-Your-Soul EncouragementAda Brownell Amazon Author page http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B001KJ2C06
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