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by Tamera Alexander

Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: Christian Books
Author: Tamera Alexander
ISBN: 1607516780
ISBN13: 978-1607516781
Language: English
Publisher: Women of Faith Fiction (2009)
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The Inheritance is Tamera Alexander's first work but not her first published work. She says in the rider that her publishing house rejected this book and so she continued to learn her craft and went on to write her famous Fountain Creek series

The Inheritance is Tamera Alexander's first work but not her first published work. She says in the rider that her publishing house rejected this book and so she continued to learn her craft and went on to write her famous Fountain Creek series. Now, as she has some experience under her belt she's come back and tweaked her first novel for publication. After reading it, I can see why it was rejected. First off, let me say I love Tamera Alexander's work

The blade slipped in McKenna’s hand, narrowly missing her finger. Teeth gritted, she threw the knife on the workbench and stepped back, her body flushing hot and cold at the near miss.

The blade slipped in McKenna’s hand, narrowly missing her finger. Teeth gritted, she threw the knife on the workbench and stepped back, her body flushing hot and cold at the near miss left hand had finally healed. Dr. Foster had only recently removed the sutures, and here she’d almost- Aunt Kenny!. As Emma’s voice came closer, McKenna ran her hands through her hair, willing a calm that wouldn’t come. It was nearly dark outside. Robert had promised to watch Emma and should have put her to bed by now. I’m in here, sweetie.

Tamera Lynn Gattis Alexander (born August 8, 1961) is an American author of Christian fiction, who specializes in the inspirational romance genre. She is best known for her award-winning first series, the Fountain Creek Chronicles (2006–07)

Tamera Lynn Gattis Alexander (born August 8, 1961) is an American author of Christian fiction, who specializes in the inspirational romance genre. She is best known for her award-winning first series, the Fountain Creek Chronicles (2006–07). Tamera Alexander grew up in Decatur, Georgia, the daughter of an insurance company executive and a bank manager. As a child, Alexander enjoyed writing poetry and short stories, but never dreamed of some day writing fiction as a career.

An unexpected inheritance. I wasn't even surprised how the author took me right into the setting and left me there for the whole story.

Lynne Welch, Booklist. com about The Inheritance. Alexander has an awe-inspiring way of creating characters that brandyour heartand leave you permanently connected. in a fast-paced, often poignant,andalways hopeful tale. - Lynne Welch, Booklist. com about The Inheritance"Pure reading pleasure. Though it was predictable, I still loved it!

Carnton Novels Belle Meade Plantation novels Belmont Mansion novels Timber Ridge Reflections Fountain Creek Chronicles The Inheritance (a standalone novel). Series: The Carnton Novels, book 1. January 2019. Christmas at Carnton.

I fell in love with this book and many of her others!! Читать весь отзыв.

This was my first novel by Tamera Alexander, and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Vivid descriptions and well drawn characters make for a story you won't soon forget. I fell in love with this book and many of her others!! Читать весь отзыв.

Savannah Darby would do almost anything to revisit her family home. So when new owner, Aidan Bedford, a Boston attorney and former Union soldier, seeks to redecorate the house for his fiancée, Savannah jumps at the opportunity. Tamera Alexander has once again written a novel rich in storytelling and history, peopled with living, breathing characters who made me laugh, and cry. Better than sweet tea on a veranda, A Lasting Impression is a winner. I want to live at Belmont!" - -Francine Rivers, New York Times bestselling author of Redeeming Love. Tamera Alexander paints vivid scenes, not with oils on canvas but with words on the page. Determined to tame her younger brother’s rebellious streak, McKenna Ashford accepts her cousin’s invitation to move west, and to begin again. But she quickly discovers that life in Copper Creek, Colorado, is far from what she expected. Shouldering burdens beyond her years, McKenna tries to be the parent Robert needs, instead of the older sister he resents

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Wafi
McKenna Ashford had lost their home and business in Missouri because of her younger brother’s poor decisions, but she was looking forward to them having a new start in Colorado. She would also be glad to see her cousin and her family again, but, when she gets to their ranch, tragedy is striking again. Determined to hang on to the ranch for five-year-old Emma, problems on top of problems present themselves. Can she ever have anything go right, and should she let the handsome Marshal help, as he wants to, or should she shoulder the burdens herself as always?

Wyatt Caradon is drawn to McKenna the first time he sees her, but she seems to prefer avoiding him. After his wife and daughter died seven years ago, becoming a U.S. Marshall and traveling about had help keep him busy, but now it doesn’t hold the same appeal. He wants to help McKenna, but the independent little woman doesn’t want his help. Can he show her he’s trustworthy and win her affection, or will his patient tenderness be in vain?

This was a wonderful book. I didn’t always like how taxing McKenna’s life was and that she rarely had anything to smile about. However, the fact that the relationship developed slowly, without ridiculous misunderstandings was refreshing. I didn’t like the phrase “For God’s sake,” but the theme of letting God have His way was good. In the end, I loved this novel.
Mr_Mole
The story line was okay, but its development was lacking. At times I wanted the author to "just move on already." Then, at the end of the story, I felt as though everything was dumped into one big, messy pile, leaving me to wonder what just happened. For me, the storytelling and character development should have been better. I gave it 3 stars because it is a clean, romantic western with good Christian values.
Celore
McKenna Ashford has traveled to Colorado for a fresh start for herself and the 14-year-old brother she is raising. Instead of the expected warm welcome from her cousin's family, McKenna arrives to unexpected loss. On her deathbed her cousin leaves McKenna everything: the house, the ranch, and her 5-year-old daughter. McKenna is used to responsibility but this is beyond anything she has ever experienced before. Already struggling with a brother who is testing his limits, she fears she is going to be a complete failure at fulfilling Janie's last wishes.

U.S. Marshal Wyatt Caradon met McKenna on her first day in town and is drawn to the strong young woman. While a life on the trail has helped him cope with tragedy in his past, he's beginning to long for quieter days and someone to share them with. He becomes concerned that McKenna's brother Robert is finding himself drifting towards the wrong side of the law, but his cautions to McKenna about how the situation are not well received.

Helping McKenna along the way are a kind doctor, a businessman who sells her beautiful handcrafted saddles, and a Chinese woman who soon becomes a dear friend. I especially enjoyed Chin Mei and the ways her conversation and talents blessed McKenna's life.

Although this was more of a romance than I usually care to read, I enjoyed the western setting and I must say that this author certainly knows how to keep you turning pages. The end of each chapted did not seem like a break in the action but rather a place where the plot accelerated! The faith element was done well, as was McKenna's emotional struggle with raising two youngsters who were not her own.

I'd heard many people recommend this book since its release in 2009 and I am glad I had the chance to read it. If you are looking for a quick and entertaining read, this might be one for you!
Boyn
Tamera Alexander is undoubtedly my favorite author! I have read all of her books and this last one didn't disappoint! Don't be turned off by the prairie setting or book cover! The reason this one was the last, was because of that reason! Alexander's style of writing is so intellectual and lovely to read with her well researched history, captivatingly thrown in So full of hope and redemption! Do yourself a favor and read this book! As for me, I'm anxiously awaiting the release of her new book, the third of a post civil war trilogy due out in 2 months. I can't wait!!
Xar
I enjoyed reading this novel very much especially so due to the suspense, the realism of the characters, the vulnerability portrayed in the youthful characters and the loving concern of the main character for her irresponsible and belligerent younger brother. McKenna had assumed a role that was forced upon her without resentment and had done the best she could. A heavy burden for any woman but even heavier for a woman of her young age. It was very heart warming to see her growth and maturity and also to witness the life that opened up for both of them even in the face of adversity. Tamera Alexander's ability to develop strong characters who inspire admiration and to bring suspense and action to a situation are evidenced greatly in this novel. I strongly recommend the book to anyone who enjoys romance, suspense, and family. You will not be disappointed.
Unsoo
This was one of my favorite Tamera Alexander books! I loved the entire story and especially Wyatt. Though it was predictable, I still loved it! The romance was sweet. The author allowed the attraction to build without too much struggle against it.

Life is hard, as this book shows. I ached for Kenny as she tried to help her brother, but understood why Wyatt thought her way of loving him was wrong. I ached for the little girl who lost her mother. I longed to see this family united!

And I loved the reference thrown in related to the Timber Ridge series!

The author did a great job!
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