Love Finds You in Sundance, Wyoming by Miralee Ferrell

Love Finds You in Sundance, Wyoming

Angel Ramirez is tired of living a lie. But can she live like a lady? On the run from a dangerous outlaw, Angel works her way across several states disguised as a boy and working as a varmint tracker and horse wrangler. After taking a job on a Wyoming ranch owned by a bachelor and his widowed sister, she finally reveals her true identity and must fight to prove her worth as a ranch hand while somehow discovering her role as woman. Hiring a woman ...


Details Love Finds You in Sundance, Wyoming

TitleLove Finds You in Sundance, Wyoming
ISBN9781609362775
Author
Release DateAug 1st, 2011
PublisherSummerside Press
LanguageEnglish
GenreChristian Fiction, Romance, Historical, Historical Fiction, Christian, Historical Romance
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Reviews Love Finds You in Sundance, Wyoming

  • Brooklyne
    1970-01-01
    This is in one my top ten favorite books! And probably my most favorite Love Finds You book! To start off, that cover is AMAZING!!! Like, I so love the western feel to it! It's really just perfect for the story inside! The very first sentence grabbed my attention and I was glued, 322 pages later, It sadly had to be over with. Its one of those books that you could read over and over! And actually, it's about time for a reread!I absolutely loved th...
  • Kristine Hansen
    1970-01-01
    She's not your ordinary heroine.I liked Angel. She wears jeans, is more comfortable on a horse than around people, is feisty as all get out, and still has a heart as big as that open range she rides. Yep, a girl worth getting to know.Well that handsome boss of hers is quite nice too...a man of integrity and passion. Oh yes, this had all the elements for a rich and enjoyable tale of the Old West. Outlaws, a taste of Italy, varmints of both the hum...
  • Molly
    1970-01-01
    This book was awesome!!!!!!! I'm gonna have to write a full length review soon... ;)
  • Beverly Cheevers
    1970-01-01
    Miralee Ferrell knows horses, no doubt. And in addition to informing my pretty much horseless upbringing with her casual yet richly equestrian themes, she excels at bringing relatively unfamiliar settings to life, incorporating compelling plots, empathetic and credible characters, fast paced and descriptive narration, and heart. Miralee's setting narratives were so detailed (over time, not all at once, like a Dickens novel) that at several points...
  • Amydeanne
    1970-01-01
    I stayed up ALL night reading this book! It was sooooooooo good! I couldn’t put it down at all — I tried, but than I ended up reading it until 3 am because it just wouldn’t let me sleep til I knew the end of the story!While I don’t want to give away any details about the story I will say that I really liked how it had a different feel than other books in this series. The main character Angel really was quite different than the others – ...
  • Loraine
    1970-01-01
    This Love Find You was definitely a change of pace from all of the others I have read. Since the emphasis in this series is romance, most of the other have involved romance with a bang whereas LFY in Sundance Wyoming love creeps in on quiet, kitten feet. I love the main character. Angel, raised by an uncle, was all tomboy and had run from trouble when her uncle was involved with some shady business so sent her packing to keep her safe. Winding he...
  • Vickie McDonough
    1970-01-01
    Loved it! Loved it! Loved it!Love Finds You in Sundance, Wyoming is an authentic western romance, rich in detail and the flavor of the Old West. You’ll fall in love with the gutsy, unconventional heroine and the kind-hearted hero and will miss them when you finish the book. A nasty villain and a strong cast of secondary characters make this novel complete. Don’t miss this one. It’s my favorite of Miralee Ferrell’s book so far.
  • Chrissy
    1970-01-01
    3.5 stars. I thought is started out so great, but then it slowed way down. In full disclosure, I was reading this while traveling so it may have just been my situation while reading. It is a clean Christian historical fiction. It just seemed a little too "tidy" for me at the end. Maybe I will try this book again when I am not sitting on planes and airports, and I will definitely let my daughters read it when they are older because it is very clea...
  • Jerry
    1970-01-01
    A good story...but I wasn't too impressed with the heroine.
  • Mary Kay
    1970-01-01
    An awesome book that always has something happening and never got boring!!
  • Tricia Hungerford
    1970-01-01
    Absolutely outstanding! Will definitely be following this author!
  • bonna sawyers
    1970-01-01
    A very good readThis was such a different kind of story. I had a hard time putting it down.I am enjoying the series.
  • Ibjoy1953 Hannabass
    1970-01-01
    My ReviewAngel Ramirez was raised by her uncle in an outlaw band, and because of difficult circumstances she is on the run from one of the dangerous outlaws, so she has been dressing and working as a man on ranches for several years. Because of her outstanding job as a marksman and tracker, ranch owner Travis Morgan decides he needs her on his ranch and sends her word with an offer she couldn’t refuse. This time though, Angel decides she is tir...
  • Delia
    1970-01-01
    She’s not your ordinary heroine. Raised by her uncle in an outlaw band, Angel Ramirez is a top-notch marksman and tracker—not an occupation expected of a female in 1887. She’s unaware of her own beauty, but then, it’s hard to see beneath the men’s clothing she wears, the gun on her hip, and the tomboyish activities with which she’s most comfortable. When Angel escapes the group of outlaws at her uncle’s urging, she goes “undercove...
  • Patricia Kemp Blackmon
    1970-01-01
    1887, TexasAngel Ramirez has been raised and protected by her uncle since the death of her parents when she was a small child. But now since she has become a young woman he is not able to protect her. Her uncle runs with cattle rustlers and there is a bad mad man that is determined to make Angel his property. Angel leaves her uncle protection to get away from this mad man and she takes on a new identity, that of a man. She now is Angelo De Luca a...
  • Kathryn
    1970-01-01
    Clean, well developed plot line with lovable characters which draw you into the story and have you turning the page to see what is going to happen next.A good cowboy love story can always draw me in, but I especially liked this one where there is conflicting emotions with Angel,to accept love and a family because she is afraid that when the truth is revealed that their love would be withdrawn. She was orphaned when her parents died at an early ag...
  • Tammy Doherty
    1970-01-01
    This is a very good Western romance novel! Angel Ramirez has been posing as a man, earning a living hunting "varmits" (wolves, coyotes, etc). Her skills with horses and shooting have gained her a respected reputation. What she longs for is to stop the lie and start living as a woman. Not that she wants to give up her love of horses. She'd just like to wear nice clothing and be able to socialize without fear of discovery.Travis Morgan is too caugh...
  • Patty LeBlanc
    1970-01-01
    Angel is a woman living in a man's world, as she wears men's clothing and pretends to be a man to fit into the life of being a horse wrangler. Angel grows weary of all this lying and wants to reveal her true identity as she begins a new job. Little did she know that doing so would bring changes she had not planned upon. I found myself feeling like I was right there with Angel and wondering what it would be like to be her, trying to prove she was ...
  • Edward Arrington
    1970-01-01
    This is the first of the “Love Finds You” books that I have read. Since I especially like Westerns, I could not have picked a better one to read. I was particularly drawn to the efforts of Angel Ramirez to turn her life around after being raised in an outlaw gang by an uncle after the death of her parents. After escaping from that life, she simply wanted to be herself and not have to keep looking over her shoulder all the time. Although our p...
  • Sally
    1970-01-01
    Located in Sundance, Wyoming, 1800s, Outlaw Angel is an inspirational historical western romance. Angel Ramirez dresses like a boy to hide her past and find work on a ranch. Bart Hinson is determined to find her so she can’t accuse him of murder. After her uncle’s death, it’s not safe to reveal herself. She finds a job as a tracker but gets tired of hiding in boy’s clothes. Travis Morgan hires Angel to track coyotes and mountain lions tha...
  • Joy
    1970-01-01
    Will love find Angel in Sundance, Wyoming? Ranch owner Travis Morgan sure isn't thinking about love when he finds out his newly hired ranch hand is a woman. On the other hand, he's got a bunch of goofy (but lovable) cowboys who are smitten with the gun-totin, varmint tracking female. And then of course there's the outlaw pursuing her. He doesn't know what love is. I really enjoyed this story. The mix of suspense and romance is perfect. One of my ...
  • Kathleen L. Maher
    1970-01-01
    This one surprised me. I've been a fan of Miralee Ferrell for a couple of years now, but this one snuck up on me and wrapped itself around my heart. Angel Ramirez is a Spanish Italian beauty in man's britches, toting a six-shooter on her hip. Travis Morgan doesn't know what just walked into his heart when her cowboy boots stepped down from her mare onto his ranch. Loaded with action and suspense, endearing and lively characters, and a romance tha...
  • Englishrose
    1970-01-01
    This was a gripping book that made you come back for more. Though a little slow to start, the author pulls you into a world of ranching, outlaws and the American frontier. Angel is a wonderful and complex character, rough as a cowboy and yet yearning for more. Travis is a strong character, trying to take care of everyone and succeed as a rancher. Their interaction is well rounded and sweet. Side characters filled in their world and added in some ...
  • Mtl
    1970-01-01
    Angel Ramirez was raised by an outlaw band. She escapes the band and masquerades as a young man. She travels across several states to get away from the outlaws, supporting herself by wrangling horses and tracking varmints. When she finally gets a job in Sundance, Wyoming, she decides it is time to reveal her identity as a woman. Her employer is a single rancher who lives with his widowed sister. Will Angel be able to keep her job now that they kn...
  • Deanna Stevens
    1970-01-01
    Angel Ramirez is tired of living a lie. She is a smart young lady and has learned to survive in a man's world. Angel has learned to track dangerous critters and break horses while posing as a young man. I really liked this very interesting young lady. There was action from page one and I enjoyed all the beautiful scenery and the true to life actions of cattle rustlers, ranch hands, and everyday life on a ranch. I found this to keep my attention t...
  • ⚜️Trea
    1970-01-01
    This is one of the first Love Finds You titles by this author that I've actually liked and enjoyed! It was a very engrossing read, and I read it in just a few hours. I loved the "Have faith in God and be true to yourself" message that was ingrained in the story. It was done very tastefully and not in a preachy manner at all. The ending was exciting and the romantic build up was very well done. It was interesting to get a glimpse at ranch life and...
  • Betti
    1970-01-01
    If you like to read books about the west, then this book is for you. You could almost see the rolling hills, the cattle and horses as you were reading. Angel travels from the Texas Panhandle to Wyoming, a trip you can join right in with thanks the the author's beautiful descriptions. A young lady disguised as a boy, working as a horse wrangler, tracking wild animals and sometimes cattle rustlers. Whatever could go wrong with such a scene? You rea...
  • Amanda Caldwell
    1970-01-01
    This is my first Love Finds You book. I enjoyed it very much, though it lost stars because it really lacked romance and love. Sure, the two characters love each other in a high school crush sort of way, but until the very last page there's not any romance. However, the book is action-packed and has some real edge-of-your-seat moments. I loved the characters and the setting of the book. For a romance, I just wish the author would have incorporated...
  • Tiffany
    1970-01-01
    I was disappointed with this one. I was expecting to learn much more about the area/history! For me the characters lacked depth and interaction, and I felt the attempts at such were repetitive. It was also a bit cheesy for me: "She lassoed her thoughts before they galloped away with her."....made me laugh! A sentence with a lot of potential in and of itself, the only problem was when and how it was used. Ug.
  • Tina
    1970-01-01
    Outlaw Angel (Old West Redemption Book 1)***** by Miralee FerrellWhat a great book! Miralee Ferrell does a fantastic job of capturing your attention with amazing historical settings and characters that have a way of getting into your heart and more. This is a must read book!I love a book that grabs my interest right away and keeps it all through the book, this book certainly does that. I loved it!