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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Sharon Gillenwater
  • ISBN:
    0800733533
  • ISBN13:
    978-0800733537
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  • Publisher:
    Revell; Reprinted edition (January 1, 2010)
  • Pages:
    334 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.6
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Sharon Gillenwater was born and raised in West Texas, and loves to write about her native state.

Sharon Gillenwater was born and raised in West Texas, and loves to write about her native state. The author of several novels, she is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers and Romance Writers of America. When she's not writing, she and her husband enjoy spending time with their son, daughter-in-law, and adorable grandchildren. Series: The Callahans of Texas (Book 1).

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what they want most: a love story with a Texas touch.

Jenna Callahan has a young son and rewarding work on her father's ranch. Jenna's cowboy has some healing of his own to do, though, after two tours of duty in the armed forces. With the help of good friends, strong faith, and a loving family, he hopes to put the horrors of the past behind him-and become the man Jenna deserves. With an emphasis on simple acts of love, Jenna's Cowboy gives romance readers what they want most: a love story with a Texas touch.

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Ace and Ramona ate quickly and left to go to Sweetwater for dentist appointments week. When she and Sue joined them in the living room, she knew from Dub’s thoughtful expression that Will had told him she wanted to talk to them. Will sat on one end of the couch, so she sat down in the middle, next to him. Dub was in his big chair, and Sue sat near him on the other couch. Sue glanced at her son and husband, and asked, What did we miss?.

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. While staying at the Callahan family ranch, she finds herself daring to love again, even while she suspects that Will's affection for her can't be anything but pity. But when she realizes that the townspeople think she's just a gold digger, she can't bear to stay. Can Will convince her that her past doesn't mean a thing when it comes to love? Filled with the easy charm and warmth of Texas, Megan's Hero will have readers believing in the power of love and forgiveness. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

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In this contemporary romance set in West Texas, a wealthy young rancher rescues a girl down on her luck. Will her life be changed forever? The Callahans of Texas book 3. Read online. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Jenna's Cowboy: A Novel (The Callahans of Texas) OK- so I'm totally a sucker for romance novels and this one is a definite good read. Jenna's Cowboy by Sharon Gillenwater. Great book, I love the story. It begins The Callahans of Texas series and does it well. Can't wait to get the other 2 books. Jenna's Cowboy: A Novel (The Callahans of Texas).

A popular author delivers a charming contemporary romance set in beautiful West Texas.

MisterMax
A more real-life drama that a lot of books. It kept my interest from the beginning. This is a Clean, Romance but is also about his growing up on a farm and her growing up on a ranch. Her marrying the high school star quarterback, having a son then divorces and his joining the army and fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan and his have PTSD. But overall, they all had a close relationship with Jesus Christ despite their making mistakes in life (no one is perfect) ---- I greatly enjoyed the times described on the farm, picking cotton (with machinery) and life on the ranch (horses & cows & family). And even reading about what it is like to have PTSD and the struggles our warriors have when they return home.
-- I know this is fiction but who is to say that some with PTSD do not overcome enough to get on with life sooner than others do. And I feel a lot has to do with putting their trust in Christ.
---- This is not what some call a preachy book, instead it tells the story of how these families lived and how they overcame problems when they occurred. -- The ending tells of a horrible fire that came in their small town & damaged parts of the town & destroyed homes - so that is another part of this story. A very life-life story and kept me reading until the end (which worked well on this cold day)
Lynnak
I am just adding my voice to the rest: this is a well done faith fiction romance that is, of course, clean. It is the best kind of faith fiction: the people are real, good hearted, flawed (as we all are), and are depicted living their faith, so there is no preaching--it's simply not needed. The PTSD issue is very well presented and accurate, which makes me--a mental health therapist--very happy. The more we understand, the better support we can be for others. My thanks to the author for taking the time to get it right. The medication for trauma nightmares mentioned does exist and is effective for many people. There is a mention of mixed feelings about taking medication; this too was described and addressed exactly as it would be in real life. I am impressed at the author's attention to details like this, the not so small things that matter and make this story real. Her list of veterans' resources is also well done.
Some people may think the main character's (MC) recovery from issues with fire was unrealistically sudden, an unrealistic miracle of faith, but in truth such things do happen even where faith is not part of someone's life. Jenna's 'Cowboy' had been going through intense therapy (twice weekly) and on medication for some time. It was in that moment his mind made the final shift needed to stay in the present and not be pulled into a debilitating flashback or blackout. The peace he describes coming over him is very real, something people of faith are familiar with, and something I have experienced myself.
This is an uplifting and thought provoking read, not too heavy nor too light. I can recommend this book freely, as a fellow reader, a woman of faith, and as a professional therapist.
MilsoN
I gave Jenna's Cowboy five stars because besides great characters and story, post traumatic stress syndrome was explained so well I was able to recognize problems I have had from my life of past trauma. The explanation was informative and comprehensive Christian treatment related especially well. Feelings were described in a manner that made understanding the continued problems experienced are not under the individuals control nor their fault. Help is available and should be obtained without further damage to self-worth. Truly a magnificent book helpful in teaching about the problem of PTSD not only for our returning servicemen and women but realizing other professionals may also experience the disorder and we can recognize the trauma sufficiently to be supportive. This book is a blessing to others and very timely in our society. Also to include these individuals, their families, support groups, and medical staff in all their roles in our regular prayers. Blessings to all.
greatest
A very clean, Christian book. It was a bit difficult for me to stick with it because there was more of a focus on personal issues than relationship development. The couple gets together near the beginning so the only thing left is to work out personal issues.
The characters were also a little too perfect for me. They never seemed to say the wrong thing. Even when one character finds out about something a family member did that changed the course of her life and led to a lot of misery, she immediately forgives and moves on. I know that's what we are supposed to do, but I don't know many people, even Christians, who wouldn't be a little more angry for a while.
If you want a clean, sweet, predictable read with no romantic angst or drama-this is for you.
Weetont
This book brings back a log of memories. My husband was in the Vietnam War and experienced some of what Nate went through. After being married for 48 years, he still goes through the dreams and some flashbacks. These men and women need as lot of prayer and to know they are honored by our country. I'm glad you wrote this book and hope to see more written on PTSD. This is devastating to the veterans experiencing this. If you know someone with PTSD, help them, don't make fun of them and most of all love them unconditionally. If it weren't for them, we may not have the freedom that we do now. God bless them all.