Arkansas: Four Brothers Risk Their Hearts for Love in the Ozarks

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Barbour Publishing, Incorporated, Mar 1, 2006 - Fiction - 457 pages
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Having reluctantly returned to Arkansas, Brandi Delaney attempts to cross a bridge one stormy night. When Jane McFadden sees a woman stranded in a rushing stream, he knows he has to rescue her. Will Jake's act of mercy change both their lives? Newcomer Jessa Sykes finds her Arkansas home engulfed in flames, Ex-firefighter Clint Mcfadden feels compelled to rescue the burning cabin's beautiful occupant. Will Clint's heart get singed in the process? Megan Watson wants only to protect her daughter and make restitution for her dead husband's crimes. Senator Holt McFadden is attracted to this petitie blond, het Megan keeps pushing him away. Will her ugly past ruin her life and Holt's career? Annalisa Davis desperately needs help finding her little sister. Cage McFadden has taken leave from his investigating business while he builds a ranch for troubled boys. Will Cade's sympathy lead him to take the missing-child case and -- in the process -- lose his heart? Do the McFadden brothers have the courage - and faith - to risk their hearts for love?

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Good stories, solid technique, heart-touching

User Review  - AKn music - Christianbook.com

"Arkansas" kept my interest and fed my soul; especially appreciated was the family connection of the protagonists in all four stories. It was interesting to hear the family history from four different perspectives. Read full review

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User Review  - Kathy Best - Goodreads

really enjoyed it...predictable in ways but heartwarming Read full review

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Award-winning author Christine Lynxwiler and her family live in the foothills of the beautiful Ozark Mountains in their home state of Arkansas.

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