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    Love it!!

    In this book Ellie Spritzler, who we met in the Eagle Harbor series, moves to TX with her eight siblings to meet her fiance Sam for the first time. Ellie has been writing to Sam for a year. Sam was expecting only three of Ellie's siblings to come with her. When plans for the other five to remain in Eagle Harbor fall through Ellie brings all of them with her. Sam takes them all in regardless of the struggles he and Ellie will have to overcome. This book is one that you will be unable to put down, will read until you fall asleep and then while drinking your morning coffee you will be back to reading it. I'm anxious to read the next book in this series.
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    Charming story with great characters

    Tomorrow’s First Light is the first book in the Texas Promise series by Naomi Rawlings. Having read and enjoyed Rawlings’ Eagle Harbor series, I was delighted when one of the characters, Ellie Spritzer, gets her own story in this book. I admired Ellie for her commitment to keeping her 8 siblings together and taking care of them through great hardships. When she travels to Texas to marry Sam, the man she had been writing to for a year, he gets a big surprise when instead of the three siblings he was expecting her to bring, she brings eight of them! Sam is such an amazing hero in this story—so tender-hearted and brave to take on this whole family. Ellie is courageous and determined to care for the siblings as best as she can. She’s also considerate of Sam’s feelings. Although things quickly get out of hand, and there are some misunderstandings that arise, Sam wants this family of his own and is committed to making things work. His motto “Two is better than one” helps Ellie understand that they need to work together. With plenty of humor, some suspense and intrigue, romance, and a whole lot of faith, hope, courage, this book is a great start to a new series. I’m excited to see what the next one brings. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy. All opinions are my own.
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    Loved it, the characters have such personal

    Wow, I thought the cold weather series was descriptive and interesting.. this Texas series is going to be another favorite! Hard to imagine traveling so far with all of these siblings to a new life as a mail order bride and then seeing the grooms face when he hadn't received your last letter about the change of the amount of siblings you were bringing.. Loved this story the characters have such personalities. I'm eagerly waiting for the next one! I was gifted a copy, no review was required. My review is voluntary.
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    Sweet romance

    I'm excited for this new series set in the West from author Naomi Rawlings! It's loosely connected to her Eagle Harbor series, but follows Ellie and her siblings on their new venture to Texas. I admired Ellie for her determination to keep the family together, and Sam is patient and accepting of them all. I enjoyed their sweet relationship, even if it grew slowly because of all their chores and the children preventing them from spending quality time together. The dispute over Sam's ranch land brought tension and a real sense of anxiety to the plot, especially when it became apparent that corruption was at the root of the problems. Sam has a strong group of friends ready and willing to support him, once he figures he can't do it on his own... almost too late. Some scenes were told from the perspective of Daniel, the young sheriff, and I'm looking forward to the coming books telling the stories of Sam's friends. (I received a complimentary copy of the book; all opinions in this review are my own)
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    Mail-Order Bride story is the best.

    I was hooked when I opened the book and begin reading. I love to read about mail-order brides and this was one of the best I’ve read. It’s Wonderful!!! I lost sleep while reading because of all the action, the characters, the desert setting, a love story and the love of God helping Sam and Ellie face all their troubles. Can’t wait for the next adventure!
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