eSpotlight - Another Big Library Read is Starting! Cowboy Pride

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Another Big Library Read has begun!

This time, the pick is Cowboy Pride by Lacy Williams - Pride and Prejudice with a wild west twist!  Get it today on OverDrive -- there will be no holds and no wait through July 23.

“Everyone knows a rancher in possession of a large spread needs a wife.”

First impressions count. Liza Bennett has two missions in life: keep the family’s shop afloat, and ensure her shy sister finds love. Sparks fly when she meets rancher Rob Darcy at a town dance, but when she overhears him insult her, she vows to put the man out of her mind. Rob Darcy is instantly attracted to the vivacious Liza but a lack of social graces and the promise he’s keeping ruin his chances of winning her.

Once jilted, Janie Bennett is appropriately gun-shy of falling in love again. But she doesn’t seem to be able to help herself when she meets charming Nathan Bingley. Bingley desperately wants a wife and family of his own. Can he trust that Janie returns his feelings?

When Janie is injured in a spring storm, she and Liza are sequestered on Nathan’s ranch. Hearts and emotions get tangled, but will first impressions prove true, or false? (Publisher description)

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See where it all began - Pride and Prejudice

While you're reading Cowboy Pride, why not read (or re-read) Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen?

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