Norah Bloomfield is feeling a bit unneeded these days. Her father is recovering from his heart attack, and her sisters, Valerie and Stephanie, are busy planning their weddings. But then a cantankerous Texan named Rowdy Cassidy crashes his small plane in Orchard Valley. The same Rowdy Cassidy who’d been Valerie’s boss…and who’d demanded she marry him. Now he’s Norah’s patient, and in all her nursing experience she’s never encountered a more difficult man. Or a more irresistible one! Except…is he still in love with her sister?
When Norah’s friend Sherry Waterman leaves Orchard Valley, Oregon, for Pepper, Texas, she’s definitely not in the mood for Lone Star Lovin’. But if anyone can change her mind, it’s Cody Bailman—a hardworking, good-looking rancher. Not only that, Cody has a 12-year-old daughter who thinks Sherry’s “just perfect for Dad”!
Texas men are a breed apart….
What members say
Fun and breezy
Macomber's books are light and easy. If you need a little romantic escape without anything too hot and heavy, pick one up. I particularly like her Texas settings and characters.
Debbie Macomber continues to entice
Would you consider the audio edition of Orchard Valley Brides: Norah, Lone Star Lovin' to be better than the print version?
have not read print version
What was one of the most memorable moments of Orchard Valley Brides: Norah, Lone Star Lovin'?
the story itself I can't seem to take my earbuds out
What about Tanya Eby’s performance did you like?
all of the readers have been delightful and each brings their own special touch love it love it
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
all of Debbie Macombers books, and I have never read one just listened on Audible, make me feel like I am right there experiencing everything
This series reminds me of the romances I used to read as a teenager. Very lighthearted without the hardcore sex scenes.