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The Drifter (Men of the Saddle #2) [Paperback]

By Lori Copeland (Author)
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This is the story of Beau Claxton, a cowboy who finds himself obliged to a young widow after she saves him from near death on the prairie. Beau and Charity face the difficulties of life on the prairie and ultimately find joy and hope. Beloved author Lori Copeland takes readers back in time to an era when cowboys were heroes and the rules of the Wild West prevailed. Lori's trademark blend of humor and romance make this an irresistible read.

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This is the story of Beau Claxton, a cowboy who finds himself obliged to a young widow after she saves him from near death on the prairie. Beau and Charity face the difficulties of life on the prairie and ultimately find joy and hope.

Beloved author Lori Copeland takes readers back in time to an era when cowboys were heroes and the rules of the Wild West prevailed. Lori's trademark blend of humor and romance make this an irresistible read.

Item Specifications...

Pages   320
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.26" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.84"
Weight:   0.62 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Apr 1, 2005
Publisher   Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN  0842386890  
EAN  9780842386890  


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Men of the Saddle series  Feb 27, 2007
I read all of them ! They are worth it ! Very addictive, you have to keep reading til the last. Hard to lay down ...join us !
 
Another good story by Lori Copeland  Nov 16, 2006
It wasn't Charity Burke's idea to leave Virginia and follow her husband to a Kansas homestead, but like a good wife she packed up and did what he wanted. However, after a few months, Ferrand decided it was his duty to enlist in the war-for the south. Not a good idea in an area where most of their neighbors were northern sympathizers. Now Ferrand is dead and Charity stubbornly decides to stay on her homestead, claiming the land. But just because she's stubborn doesn't mean she's feather brained. She knows the work is too hard for her, but she has a solution. Find a new husband as soon as possible. There's not a lot to choose from among the local bachelors, but Charity has faith.

Beau Claxton and his sweetheart Betsy married as soon as he came home from the war. Now they are expecting their first baby. When Betsy and the unborn child die of snakebite, Beau can't stay on the farm they worked together to develop. He becomes a wanderer. When he stops to water his horse close to Charity's cabin, he's attacked by a wolf. Charity hears the panicked horse and the growling of the frenzied animal, and runs to the rescue. She shoots the wolf and half draggs half carries Beau back to her cabin. As she tends to his wounds, she realizes that God has answered her prayers. He's dropped a potential husband in her lap,if she can keep him alive and convince him to marry her.

The Drifter is book two in Lori Copeland's Men of the Saddle serries and it's just as entertaining as the first one. As usual her stories are full of humor and romance with a twisting plot that keeps the reader guessing. If you enjoyed The Peacemaker, you love the Drifter.
 
LOVED IT!!  Sep 11, 2006
This is the second book in The Men of the Saddle series. I would say this one is even better than the first. The story is wonderful! I just love the Claxton brothers! It had me laughing and crying. What a wonderful story of second chances, letting go and moving on.
 
Great second part of the Men of the Saddle saga...  Mar 30, 2006
I enjoyed reading The Peacemaker, the first book in the Men of the Saddle series, and looked forward to reading The Drifter, which is Beau's story. Beau Claxton's life is in a shambles after his wife dies. He lives a miserable life, one without much purpose, and he almost dies one night. His rescuer could well be the answer to his unasked-for prayers. Charity Burk knows that he is the answer to her prayers. She is a young widow in danger of losing her lands, and the handsome stranger arrives just when she needs someone the most, but will she get Beau to marry her? There are various twists throughout the novel.

This is such a lovely, feel-good novel. I like this one more than The Peacemaker. Beau is a tortured hero who cannot see at first that Charity is his soulmate, having gone through what he's going through. Charity is a wonderful heroine who knows what -- and who -- she wants and fights for the same. Her decision to marry Beau is kind of abrupt though. She decides that he is the answer to her prayers and wants to marry him the moment she sees him. I thought that part of the story was a little too far-fetched. However, there are some wonderful scenes and plenty of roller coaster rides of emotions to keep the reader enthralled from beginning to end. We are treated to some more of the backdrop of Americana life and we meet more of those great Claxton men. All in all, I enjoyed this simple, yet emotionally-moving second part of a wonderful historical/inspirational family saga. I read the whole thing during my morning train ride to work and it left me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside for the rest of the day. I look forward to reading The Maverick -- bad boy Cass's story.
 
Men of the Saddle  Jan 30, 2006
I have read all of this series and love them all!
 

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