Welcome to my review of Myra Johnson’s The Rancher’s Family Legacy, the third book in her Ranchers of Gabriel Bend series.
ABOUT THE RANCHER’S FAMILY LEGACY
A future he didn’t want….
Could become the family he needs.
Building contractor Mark Caldwell is ready to inherit his grandfather’s horse ranch and put his traumatic past behind him—if he can survive working in Texas Hill Country for a year. But when his dog bonds with local caterer Holly Elliot’s son, Mark can’t refuse Holly’s request to be her son’s mentor. Can they put aside their differences long enough to open their hearts?
An amazing story of family strength and love! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Of the three friends establishing the River Bend Events and Wedding Chapel, Holly Elliot is the extraordinary caterer for the group. Much of her focus is directed at keeping her young, epileptic son safe. When building contractor Mark Caldwell shows up because of a stipulation in his grandfather’s will, sparks fly between the two, especially because of the attachment between Mark, his dog and Holly’s son. Emotions flare because of different personalities and some misunderstandings. Because of past heartbreaks, a great deal of healing is necessary before the couple can move forward.
I love how author Myra Johnson has woven the complex family dynamics into all three Ranchers of Gabriel Bend books, each revealing part of the feud which has caused difficulties. With love and faith, this endearing family strives to overcome the past hurts. I’ve enjoyed all the books in the series, and I’m sorry to say goodbye to this community of small town values. But I can now imagine these sweet characters continuing on with their lives, giving back to the town and supporting both extended families. I highly recommend this romance for its uplifting, feel-good emotions of faith and strong family bonds. And if you know me, the tearoom concept is definitely “my cup of tea.”
“Life never goes quite as planned…..I try hard not to question God, but I do wonder why He lets some things happen….or doesn’t.”
“But knowing God cares, that He’s always with me, even in the pain, and even when I can’t feel His presence—it’s where I find the strength to face each day. It’s how I find gratitude for the good in my life right now.”
*I was given a copy of this book with no requirement to write a review. I’m delighted to offer my honest opinion.
ABOUT AUTHOR MYRA JOHNSON
Myra writes inspiration romance from her home in Texas Hill Country where she enjoys the beautiful bluebells of the region during the spring. To learn more about Myra and her books, please check out her website: http://www.myrajohnson.com
This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.~~Psalm 118:24 (KJV)
TEATIME TREAT RECIPE—BISCOCHITOS
This is my mother-in-law’s recipe. She was an amazing cook, especially in the cookie and pie departments.
1/2 cup solid butter flavored shortening or margarine
2/3 cup sugar
1-1/2 cups flour
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. anise seed
1/2 tsp. salt
1 tbsp. orange juice
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Cream together shortening and sugar.
- Add flour, anise seed, baking powder and salt.
- Combine egg and orange juice, then beat into mixture a little at a time. (Dough should be moist but workable.)
- Form into a long roll, wrap in plastic and let cool in the refrigerator.
- Slice into 1/4 inch thick rounds.
- Pat each cookie on one side with cinnamon sugar and place (unsugared side down) on a parchment paper covered cookie sheet.
- Bake 8 to 12 minutes or until lightly browned.
I’m glad you stopped by for my review and for a teatime treat. I hope your summer will begin with a bit of relaxing time and a good story. Do you have a book you’re looking forward to reading this summer?
With blessings and prayers,
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2 thoughts on “A #Teatime review of The Rancher’s Family Legacy by Myra Johnson”
Thanks for sharing your wonderful review, Sherida. Congratulations to Myra! The biscochitos look yummy. I hope you’re doing well. xo
So happy to have you visit, Jill! Yes, the cookies and Myra’s book are excellent! Blessings to you!