A LADY LIKE SARAH
by Margaret Brownley

January 2010
ISBN: 978-1-59554-809-2
Reviewer Graphic Button Thomas Nelson
Trade Paperback
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Justin Wells is a pastor, headed toward Rocky Creek, Texas, to his new parish. But en route, he runs into a dying U.S. Marshal, with a feisty redhead in handcuffs at his side. Justin promised the Marshal that he will deliver the criminal to Texas, but he has no intentions on letting the Marshal die. And he didnít expect that the criminal would be female.


Sarah Prescott has never known a respectable life. Just a hardscrabble childhood and brothers who taught her to shoot first and ask questions later.


Justin has high society expectations, and Sarahís outspokenness and outlaw habits clash from the start. But with a price on Sarahís head and an orphaned baby rescued from the brink of starvation, Justin and Sarah head toward Rocky Creek, where Sarah possibly faces death by hanging...


A Lady Like Sarah is the first book Iíve ever read by Margaret Brownley, and I really appreciate that it didnít begin with a death! Whoo hoo! I think this is the first historical that Iíve read in ages that hasnít begun with one. That made me unbelievably happy.


Sarah is certainly feisty, mouthy, and not a bit hesitant to say what is on her mind. She was quite shocking at times with her straight talk. Justin certainly didnít know how to take her, but he responded like a true gentleman. A Lady Like Sarah is a book that those who love adventure, mishaps, and a historical romance will need to read. Discussion questions are included.


Reviewed in March 2010 by Laura.

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