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A Doctor for the Nanny A Season for Healing As Little Horn, Texas, prepares for Thanksgiving, Dr Tyler Grainger tries to count his blessings Returning to his family s ranch brings bittersweet memories of the sister he lost But one thing he can be grateful for is Eva Brooks, who s just become the nanny for her cousin s baby Tyler is glad to offer advice, but when his late sister s f horse is stolen, Eva s the one who helps him cope Tyler s past heartache urges him to ride off into the sunset alone Yet the holiday season offers hope that the good doctor may have finally found a woman to heal his heart

10 thoughts on “A Doctor for the Nanny

  1. says:

    But the biggest mistake of all, the one she d never repeat again, was falling in love Never would she trust another man with her deepest, darkest secret Never would she hope that he would love her for herself and not the children she could never give him.I don t usually read Christian r

  2. says:

    A Doctor for the Nanny is by Leigh Bale It is a Lone Star Cowboy League novel Since it is an inspirational romance, language, sexual content, and language are all clean It makes for a wholesome read and one you do not have to skip parts that make you uncomfortable It takes place in Texas Alt

  3. says:

    Dr Tyler Grainger returns to Little Horn, Texas in order to fulfill a vow he made before starting his medical career in the big city But when he runs into Eva Brooks, the girl he used to watch out for when they were kids, everything about her unassuming beauty has him second guessing everything

  4. says:

    I started out really liking the story but then the excitement kind of fizzled out for me A lot of issues weren t solved by the end of the story I believe it s a series although it isn t advertised as such The romance could have been better It s a Christian romance and squeaky clean, which I m happy

  5. says:

    This book was an easy read and had mystery in it that continues through the series.

  6. says:

    Other than a last name or two, there doesn t seem to be a lot of connection to the Love Inspired Historical part of this continuity series Just that the Cowboy League lasted through the generations The stories are great though Loved how Eve just naturally fell into the nanny job and how Doc just naturally f

  7. says:

    Lone Star Cowboy LeagueBook 2Rancher, Tyler Grainger s desire was to go to medical school so he could help children He couldn t be there for his sister when she died, but he wanted to help as many as he could Since the Cowboy League gave him a scholarship, he thought it only fair that he work in Little Horn, TX

  8. says:

    A Doctor For The Nanny by Leigh Bale Eva Brooks doesn t trust men after the man she was to marry left her at the alter when he found out Eva could not have children after a childhood accident and the operation One of her cousins is in a coma and the other is in the war zone, when a baby is left at the family home s

  9. says:

    In this Lone Star Cowboy League story, the author s personal experiences add to the realism of some difficult topics that are addressed, which cause the characters to place their trust in the Lord RT Book Reviews, 4 stars.Miniseries Lone Star Cowboy League In this Lone Star Cowboy League story, the author s personal ex

  10. says:

    It was a really good book but I m still wondering who was doing the thieving

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About the Author: Leigh Bale

Leigh Bale is Publisher s Weekly best selling author She won the prestigious RWA Golden Heart in 2006 and was a finalist for the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence, the Write Touch Reader s Award and the Bookseller s Best Award She is the daughter of a retired U.S forest ranger, holds a B.A in History with honors and loves spending time with family, weeding the garden with her dog Sophie, and watching the little sagebrush lizards that live in her rock flowerbeds You can reach Leigh at www.LeighBale.com.

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