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Saturday, January 28, 2017

A New Year’s Resolution with Linda Ford of Montana Cowboy Family




A New Year’s Resolution with Linda Ford

Every year I make resolutions. Some are the same ones I make every year—eat less, exercise more. Speak more kindly, be less impatient. And I honestly work to do so. Jan. 2016 I made another resolution. For years I have dreamed of renting a cabin at a nearby lake (one of my favorite places) and inviting family to join me. And I did. Two daughters and 5 granddaughters spent a week there with me. It was so much fun to share the time with them and see the daughters and granddaughters enjoying quality time together. Maybe this year I will resolve to tidy my office daily.







30375547Montana Cowboy Family 
(Big Sky Country #2)
by Linda Ford
Paperback, 288 pages
Published January 3rd 2017 by Love Inspired Historical
ISBN 0373425066
Temporary Family

After discovering one of her young students has been abandoned along with his sisters, schoolteacher Sadie Young whisks them away to the safest place she knows--her own home. And when handsome cowboy Logan Marshal vows to assist her in caring for the children, she isn't sure she wants his help...but she needs it. If she lets Logan get too close, though, he may discover the secret she's convinced will be her ruin.

Logan Marshall isn't looking for a family. But with the parentless children and their unflappable teacher tugging at his heart, it appears he has one--at least temporarily. The kids would like nothing better than to have a real mother and father, and with Logan slowly falling for Sadie, their deepest wishes just might come true...


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About the Author:
LINDA FORD grew up devouring books and making up stories in her head, often late at night when she couldn't sleep. But she hadn't planned to write. Instead, she dreamed of running an orphanage. In a way, that dream came true. She married, had four homemade children, adopted 10, and lived her dream. She lives on a small ranch in western Alberta, where she can see the mountains every day. She and her husband continue to enjoy their children and grandchildren. Linda also provides care for a paraplegic, double-amputee man. She still finds a great deal of enjoyment and satisfaction in creating imaginary worlds only now she does it on paper, or rather, at the computer



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