Waiting For Morning by Margaret Brownley

 Waiting For Morning  is a nice book with a slow progression. This book shows the work of God’s hands in  a way that tells the character’s nothing can trump His will. His will, will always make it’s way someway somehow.

Molly is trying to make a better life for her brother, much less herself. Not getting through any way she’s tried. But then comes along an offer she won’t pass. Becoming an heiress to a ranch only to be run by women. ONLY! Here comes the grueling part. Getting up at the wee hours of the morning and learning to ranch work along with taking care of her sickly brother who is confined to a wheel-chair isn’t exactly easy. Her brother on the other hand gets help and courage from a kind, new, handsome doctor. Since her younger brother is confined to a wheel chair and is paralyzed from the waist down… more like half his back down, he is a bit pessimistic. Always saying he wished he wasn’t like this would be more easier, or he wasn’t born. The doctor though helps the both of them, in more ways than one.

Other character’s the ranch owner and a fellow she has know for a long time seems to have something in common, but she has yet to open her heart after a tragic incident in her life; though the old fellow is persistent in getting her attention and right answer.

God leads these characters into a whirlwind of decisions. Their lives, the ranch, the cattle. It’s a wonder God can pull off these miracles with everything a muck. By the way of things it looks like Last Chance Ranch is still looking for an Heiress. The turn around in this book is amazing. The book has a slow start but it is worth the read.


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