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eBook Every Little Thing About You (A Yellow Rose Trilogy #1) ePub
Author: Lori Wick
Language: English
ISBN: 0786228768
ISBN13: 978-0786228768
Publisher: Thorndike Pr (August 1, 2001)
Pages: 429
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Christians
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 418
Formats: mbr mobi lrf txt
ePub file: 1734 kb
Fb2 file: 1174 kb

5 star This is the first book in the yellow rose trilogy a series about three brothers finding love. This is the story of Slater Rawlings and Liberty Drake.

I pray that is the case. 5 star This is the first book in the yellow rose trilogy a series about three brothers finding love. The first meeting doesn’t’ go well she throws him in jail for having a gun in a salon and he can’t believe he’s seeing a female deputy. This is a Christian romance but can be enjoyed by all, I Love Lori Wick and have read many of her books through out the years.

Please join u. "Does Duffy need me to do anything with Laura?". I don't think so. She had Mrs. Miller laughing when Ileft. "What did she say this time?""She assumed. "What did she say this time?""She assumed the Millers. had special get-wet clothes. When Kathy didn't know what she was talking about,Laura asked, 'So you just get wet in whatever you'rewearing?'"Griffin laughed, and Liberty shook her head. Her logic is always a challenge/' Griffin. I was looking at her as her head came out of the water

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The Yellow Rose Trilogy Lori Wick. What a time it's been. so Texas was shelved for a time. But because of that, the Yellow. Rose Trilogy has taken on better form and dimension, and I think. the books might be better man the first drafts in my mind. All this to say, I'm so excited to finally put this first book.

Every Little Thing About You (Yellow Rose Trilogy 1) (Yellow Rose Trilogy

Every Little Thing About You (Yellow Rose Trilogy 1) (Yellow Rose Trilogy Lori Wick. Year Published: 1999. Book Title . Author's Name. 1977 and earlier 2018.

Lori Wick is a multifaceted author of Christian fiction. As comfortable writing period stories as she is penning contemporary works, Lori's books (more than 6 million in print) vary widely in location and time period

Lori Wick is a multifaceted author of Christian fiction. As comfortable writing period stories as she is penning contemporary works, Lori's books (more than 6 million in print) vary widely in location and time period. Lori's faithful fans consistently put her series and standalone works on the bestseller lists. Lori and her husband, Bob, live with their swiftly growing family in the Midwest. Shipping: US$ . 9 Within .

Every Little Thing About You. (1999). Hardcover Paperback Kindle. A consistent writer with an equally consistent output, Lori Wick published her first novel in 1989 and has been releasing an average of about two novels a year since then, creating a long and extensive backlog over her vast and impressive career.

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The first meeting between Slater Rawlings and Liberty Drake could hardly be called ideal. As acting deputy of Shotgun, Texas, Liberty is simply enforcing the town laws. About This Series: Grab your hat and horse and head to the Lone Star state in the pages of the popular Yellow Rose Trilogy (nearly 500,000 sold)! Lori's engaging characters, heartwarming romances, and inspirational truths team with fresh new covers to please fans and win new readers everywhere.

Book 1 in The Yellow Rose Trilogy - a guaranteed series from Thorndike Press

The first meeting between Slater Rawlings and Liberty Drake could hardly be called ideal. As acting deputy of Shotgun, Texas, Liberty is simply enforcing the town laws. But Slater, a former Texas Ranger with a restless spirit, is surprised to find himself on the wrong side of the law - and it's a she who is arresting him. Despite his rocky start in Shotgun, Slater finds himself drawn to the close-knit town, with its strong church family and the fascinating Deputy Drake. As his affection grows, Slater longs to see Liberty turn in her gun and badge. But can she give up her position when so many people depend on her?

Book 2: A Texas Sky Book 3: City Girl

Lanionge
Beyond Grace Livingston Hill or CS Lewis I usually don't read Christian Fiction, but I picked this book up for some super light reading. First, let me say that I did enjoy that Mrs. Wick shows an excellent sense of taking things to the Lord and portrays characters with a reasonable sense of Christian growth and failings.
However, there were two glaring problems with the book. The foremost problem is that of historical outlook. The attitude of a woman's place in the home was far more indicative of the 1950's than the 1870's or 1880's when the book seems to be set. There wasn't a sense of the acceptance that birth and death are acceptable parts of a fallen world which would have been part of the Christian worldview at the end of the 1800's in pioneer communities. The risks that the main character Liberty takes when she has to stand in as deputy would have been considered reasonable and child birth would have been a far greater hazard in their remote reality. Liberty's romantic interest would have been applauded for finding a woman who could shoot so well that she could be part of the family's defenses.
My second objection to the book is the reason I overlooked the first to finish the book. I found it disturbing that Mrs. Wick focused on Liberty's pride in her abilities and didn't explore Slater's obvious lack of trust that if God had gifted this woman with abilities that made her an excellent help to her brother, God could keep her safe. At no point is Liberty unfeminine although she is strong and gifted in a skill that is usually thought of as masculine. However, here is a man who wants to remake this woman in his own vision of safety, a far more insidious pride than the child like pride in accomplishment and finding worth in what we do. Were these characters real people I would expect any marriage to not be very happy until Slater would be willing to release control to God rather than playing the chauvinist who must protect this delicate flower. I doubt that I will read another of Mrs. Wick's books; though I hope she will grow as a writer.
Kazimi
I'm pretty much a fan of anything Lori Wick has ever written and this is no exception. I love this series. Slater and Liberty are a fun couple. I love the innocence of these romances. There is a restrained passion between the couple that shows honor towards each other and towards God. Slater is a new Christian and has recently left his job as a Ranger to find a more permanent home where he can grow in his newfound faith. Liberty is her sheriff brothers backup whenever he needs her. The couple has a rocky start when Liberty has to arrest Slater for not relinquishing his gun and Slater refuses to pay the $10 fine to get out of jail. Once Slater repents of his stubbornness and pride he pays up and seeks employment in town. It isn't sitting right with him that Liberty has to put herself in danger to protect her brother. Liberty too has some pride issues in that she believes that she is the only one that can protect her brother. Even though they are attracted to each other will they both be able to yield their pride and let God do His job? Every Little Thing About You is the first book in this 3 book series. I have read them before and I'm definitely a fan of the Rawlings brothers! Next up: A Texas Sky where we read about Dakota Rawlings.
Nothing personal
This is the first book in the series and Lori Wick does another wonderful job drawing you into not just the characters lives but also the town's story as well. It is a great read.
Kekinos
I just wanted to write to address what the other reviewers wrote about concerning the sexism in this book. For one thing, men ARE supposed to be the head of the home and the head of the woman. The Bible says so. If you don't believe me, look it up in your Bible.
The man in this book is not overbearing or unrespectful to the woman, he simply cares for her and for her safety. And, like a lot of people, he struggles with pride. But I think deep down it was not pride, it was just that he felt it was his place, not hers. And I agree. And, no, I'm not a man writing this--I am a 20-year-old girl. Surprised? Don't be. We need to bring back the standards that are not tossed by the wayside. To any of you that agree with me, just wanted you to know that it's ok to be old-fashioned in your standards. I suppose some people say the Bible is outdated too, does justify anything? NO
Teonyo
I was a bit disappointed in this offering from one of my favorite authors. The character development is good and they are very likeable, but the thin and predictable plot doesn't hold the character development together. The editing is awkward at times, and there were misprints and misspellings which were distracting. Lori's stand-alone books, like "Pretense", "The Princess" and "Sophie's Heart" are much more satisfying, and this is where she really shines; "Pretense" being one of her best works ever. But when she gets into the romance series genre, her writing is simply another clone of the Jeanette Oke variety. Not that these books are in anyway inferior, simply that they all seem the same after awhile with predictable plots and characters. So this reader will wait for another stand-alone novel from Mrs. Wick.
Der Bat
I enjoyed this book, and although parts of it may be called sexist by today's standards, Wick did an excellent job of writing a book based on history and not on what life is like today. I would definitely recommend this to people.
Thundershaper
Yes, this plot was sexist! But I don't think Ms. Wick needs to apologize for that! That was life way back then, and Liberty' heart was right on. The bible clearly states there is an order to things. The plot was a little thin, though. Looking forward to the next one...
Lori Wick is absolutely the best Christian fiction writer there is. I could not put this book down. It is about a couple in an old west town that fall in love the proper way. They follow God's guidance and base all decisions on prayer. I always gain spiritual insights through Lori's books. I sit on pins and needles until the new one is published. As with all of Lori's books, this is a must read!
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