Some say life is a cycle, but it’s really a spiral. Seasons come and go, but when they return, it’s to a new place. A sixty year old widow, Rose has her life set out in a comfortable way-- bridge, tea with friends, family dropping by, and a nice little home. She went through a depression when she lost her husband four years earlier but has come to terms with life as it must be—or so she thought, u...
Series: Arizona Historicals
Paperback: 102 pages
Publisher: Seven Oaks (October 28, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.2 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 6824451
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I enjoy books that feature mature women, and Rose's Gift definitely falls into that category. Sixty-year-old Rose is happy with the life she created after her husband's death, but when a good-looking man comes along and courts her, she has to examine...
comes along to challenge her assumptions. Ollie, nearly sixty, has been cowboy, rustler, and ranch foreman. When he saw something he wanted, he has come to Tucson to claim it. Knowing more about cattle and horses than women, he set out to woo Rose by showing her the kind of man he is. Except, is it too late? Can she give up her comforts? This man won’t be satisfied with living in the city as she has. She will have to change more than adding a man to her bed... He has made it clear what kind of marriage he intends it to be. Is she up to that? Accepting his proposal could upset his friends and hers. A new life? A new home? A wedding? A happily ever after? Or is it all too late? From the first three Arizona historicals, the novella, Rose’s Gift brings together characters for a birth, a death, and a wedding-- all in the holiday season. Change is on its way. None of them are ready for it, but ready or not, here it comes. For Rose, saying yes is just the beginning.