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Author: Colette Bouchez
Publisher: Crown Archetype
Category: Health & Fitness
A fun and fabulous health guide for living well at midlife—no prescription required! Menopause can be a difficult and confusing time--but it doesn’t have to be. Your Perfectly Pampered Menopause has the answers that make the difference, with a clear-cut plan that shows you how to look and feel better now than ever before. Culling advice from leading medical experts, award-winning reporter Colette Bouchez dispenses the latest news on everything from hot flashes, insomnia, and dysfunctional bleeding to incontinence, bone health, weight control, and more. She explores the latest buzz on HRT, natural hormones, and the newest prescription drugs, as well as the latest in natural and traditional care for a truly comprehensive guide to midlife health. But she also brings you advice from top beauty and lifestyle experts and clues you in on everything from anti-aging skin and hair care to the hottest news in midlife nutrition (including an anti-hot-flash diet!), divine new relaxation techniques, optimal exercise and dieting secrets, and putting the kick back into your sex life! With this complete guide to taking care of yourself now and in the future you'll discover how midlife can be the best time of your life!
Pampered Cowboy is a travel guide to the best bed and breakfasts, hotels, ranches, and resorts in Texas that reflect a Western theme in their history, location or decor.
Author: Johnny D. Boggs
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
Do you want to play cowboy? This thorough but lighthearted book highlights some of Texas's most famous resorts and hidden treasures. Entries include photographs, phone numbers, addresses, rates and what you can expect when you get there - not to mention the best place to shop for your cowboy outfit while in Texas.
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Author: Del Cain
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing
Some of the law officers who served the West during the last half of the nineteenth century drifted from one side of the law to the other and sold their talents to whichever side offered the most advantage. Others used their positions as cover for their criminal activities. The lawmen in this book were serious offenders against the laws they had at one time sworn to uphold. Their skills were honed in range wars and family feuds and polished along the cattle trails, in the saloons and banks, and on the trains of the West. Some of them did good work enforcing the law when that was their job. Others had equally successful careers on the other side of the law. More than one kicked out their lives at the end of ropes strung up by citizens who were outraged by their abuse of the trust that went along with the badge they wore. These are their stories.
The Old Rosemary Mansion on Main Street “has been featured in D Magazine, Texas Highways and Johnny Boggs's Pampered Cowboy.” Another famous citizen of ...
Author: Elaine L. Galit
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing
Combining fascinating stories of Texas history with travel adventures around the state, Exploring Texas History: Weekend Adventures suggests where to go and what to see by tracking historical characters and events. The travel destinations echo the settlement of Texas, the battle for independence, the Alamo, cowboys, vacqueros, Buffalo Soldiers, shipwrecks, and cattle drives. Each chapter includes history, travel routes, best sights, best times to visit, lodging, dining, and sources for additional information. Families, visitors, travelers with a love of history, and teachers and students studying the required curriculum of the fourth grade in Texas schools will find this guide practical and user friendly.
... cowboy who lives in a mansion and oversees his property and his livestock from ... “Just like we don't have much use for spoiled, pampered heiresses—” ...
Author: Teresa Hill
Jewelry heiress Paige McCord would do anything to save her family's empire, even sneak into enemy territory to search for a long-lost diamond. She never expected sparks to fly with the no-nonsense cowboy who caught her in the act—or to discover that this rugged rancher was none other than Travis Foley, son of her family's archenemy! Travis's hatred for the McCords was equaled only by the love he had for their land. But when a hurricane threw him together with Paige, his heart tumbled with more than gale-force winds. If he could do the unthinkable and join forces with her, this wild hunt for buried treasure might give them both a chance at true love….
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The tale of this animal hero, an actual horse ridden by Russell throughout his eleven years as a cowboy and pampered for thir— teen years after that, ...
Author: Paul Andrew Hutton
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
The enduring fascination of the American West marks this collection of essays by distinguished historians, investigative reporters, a novelist, and a celebrated screenwriter. All of these articles have won Wrangler Awards—the western equivalent of the Oscars—presented annually by the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Exciting storytelling, a hallmark of western writing, shapes every selection. C. L. Sonnichsen's 1986 revisionist account of Geronimo's life foreshadows the work of younger historians who continue to deepen our understanding of American Indian history. Jeffrey Pearson's story of the death of Crazy Horse and Greg Michno's novelistic rendering of the Lakota view of the Battle of the Little Bighorn represent history as practiced by scholars who are also powerful writers. Journalist-screenwriter William Broyles's narrative of the King family and ranch is a Texas saga as captivating as anything by Larry McMurtry. The renowned novelist Oakley Hall writes with a historian's precision about Wyoming, setting for The Virginian and site of the Teapot Dome scandal and the Johnson County range war. Focusing on Charles M. Russell, Raphael Cristy establishes the western artist's importance as a writer who overturned stereotypes about American Indians. Environmental studies are showcased in Dan Flores's essays on the demise of the great buffalo herds and the history of the horse trade. And no overview of the West would be complete without military and law enforcement history, amply represented by Robert M. Utley's work on the Texas Rangers, Paul Hutton's panoramic recounting of the Alamo, and Sally Denton's new look at the controversial Mountain Meadows Massacre, incorporating the latest forensic evidence. In what serves as a fitting coda to the violent yet inspiring history of the American West, Hutton offers a stirring account of Teddy Roosevelt's leadership at the Battle of San Juan Hill. This is a collection as pleasurable to read as it is rich with great and significant stories about one of the most enduring national epochs—the history of the great American West.
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Published for devotees of the cowboy and the West, American Cowboy covers all aspects of the Western lifestyle, delivering the best in entertainment, personalities, travel, rodeo action, human interest, art, poetry, fashion, food, horsemanship, history, and every other facet of Western culture. With stunning photography and you-are-there reportage, American Cowboy immerses readers in the cowboy life and the magic that is the great American West.
In fact, horses came to have much greater significance in the cowboy's work life as ... as Slatta has written, they were “not pampered pets and companions.
Author: Marie W. Dallam
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Cowboy Christians examines the long history of cowboy Christianity in the American West, with a focus on the present-day cowboy church movement. Based on five years of historical and sociological fieldwork in cowboy Christian communities, this book draws on interviews with leaders of cowboy churches, traveling rodeo ministries, and chaplains who serve horse racing and bull riding communities, along with the author's first-hand experiences as a participant observer. Marie W. Dallam traces cowboy Christianity from the postbellum period into the twenty-first century, looking at religious life among cowboys on the range as well as its representation in popular imagery and the media. She examines the structure, theology, and perpetuation of the modern cowboy church, and speculates on future challenges the institution may face, such as the relegation of women to subordinate participant roles at a time of increasing gender equality in the larger society. She also explores the cowboy Christian proclivity for blending the secular and the sacred in leisure environments like arenas, racetracks, and rodeos. Dallam locates the modern cowboy church as a descendant of the muscular Christianity movement, the Jesus movement, and new paradigm church methodology. Cowboy Christians establishes the religious significance of the cowboy church movement, particularly relative to twenty-first-century evangelical Protestantism, and contributes to a deeper understanding of the unique Christianity of the American West.
She was going to spend the next four weeks on a real working cattle ranch. How much more adventurous could a pampered lady from the east expect to get?
Author: Amy Sandas
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
"Sandas will leave you breathless." —LINDA BRODAY, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author for The Gunslinger's Vow Three runaway brides Determined to escape their fates Flee West to find freedom that can only be had in a cowboy's arms... Courtney Adams never questioned the future her parents laid out for her...until the day she was to marry one of Boston's elite. Desperate, she flees the church in a flurry of bridal finery and trades her pearls for a train ticket to Montana—only to be mistaken for a surly cowboy's mail order bride! Dean Lawton doesn't want a wife—especially not some fancy Eastern lady he believes his brother "ordered" behind his back. Yet one mistake leads to another, and before the dust can settle, he finds himself married to a woman who challenges him at every step...and sets his wounded heart ablaze. But the clock is ticking on this marriage of inconvenience, and soon Dean must decide: convince Courtney to remain in his arms, or lose her light forever... Runaway Brides Series: The Gunslinger's Vow (Book 1) The Cowboy's Honor (Book 2) Praise for Amy Sandas: "[B]eautifully written romance that's full of adventure—electric and absorbing."—Kirkus for Lord of Lies "Pure perfection."—Romancing the Book for The Untouchable Earl "Smart and Sexy."—Booklist for Luck is No Lady
In spite of her city upbringing, she didn't appear to be the least bit pampered, and if he knew what was good for him, he'd better not make any more remarks ...
Author: Louise M. Gouge
Courted by a Cowboy Marybeth O'Malley is everything rancher Randall Northam seeks in a wife…if she'd only say "I do." Although his family paid for her train ticket West with the understanding the two would marry, Rand won't pressure her to set a date. Especially since he suspects she's learned about his reckless past. Who would want to marry an untamed cowboy like him? Marybeth won't marry until she locates her long-lost brother. And when Rand agrees to help her with her search, she can't deny her surprisingly warm feelings toward her prospective groom. Could this honorable cowboy show her he's the husband she never knew she wanted?
Nor would her skin ever attain that pale, pampered look that was in every magazine she had ever looked at. No, no one would ever mistake Opal Lincoln for a ...
Author: Vanessa Carvo
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
The Sharp-Witted Cowboy & The Little Widow Lady From Virginia - This is a bitingly satirical story about a cowboy who wants a wife and chooses one – a mail order bride from Virginia. The Purple Ribbon & The Mail Order Brides – A man’s aunt tries to help him find a bride to love, as he relies on the bible to also guide him. The Biracial Bride & Her Colorado Rancher - A biracial woman from the south decides to go to a rancher in Colorado, but she hasn’t told him she’s half black. Rejected By Royalty But Marrying The Rancher Instead - A woman who is minor royalty leaves the confines of her family home in England, to visit with a friend in America.
He was probably combing Dallas at this very minute, dead certain that she'd go somewhere where she could be pampered. But at 25, Trish was tired of being ...
Author: Sherryl Woods
New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods brings together two unlikely lovers on a cold New Year's Eve in this beloved Adams Dynasty story. When single, independent-minded mother-to-be Trish Delacourt went into labor on the side of a snowy road, she swallowed her pride and flagged down the nearest passing motorist. What she hoped for was a Good Samaritan. What she got was rancher Hardy Jones, handsome as sin and sworn to be single. He knew nothing about birthing babies, but he was going to have to take a crash course—pronto! Inveterate ladies' man Hardy never could turn down a beautiful woman, so when the pregnant damsel in distress needed him, he helped deliver her beautiful baby girl. But what was to become of Hardy's no-strings-attached policy? One look at Trish—and her adorable daughter—and he felt a most unfamiliar pull…
Marybeth had surprised and impressed him in a big way. In spite of her city upbringing, she didn't appear to be the least bit pampered, and if he knew what ...
Author: Sherri Shackelford
Courted by a cowboy The Engagement Bargain by Sherri Shackelford Raised by a single mother and suffragist, Anna Bishop doesn't think much of marriage—and she certainly doesn't plan to try it herself. But after an attempt on her life, a pretend engagement to confirmed bachelor Caleb McCoy is the only way to protect her from further harm. Playing Caleb's blushing bride-to-be makes Anna rethink her independent ways. Because their make-believe romance is becoming far too real… Cowboy Seeks a Bride by Louise M. Gouge Marybeth O'Malley is everything rancher Randall Northam seeks in a wife…if only she'd say "I do." But Marybeth won't marry until she locates her long-lost brother. When Rand agrees to help her with her search, she can't deny her surprisingly warm feelings toward her prospective groom. Could this untamed but honorable cowboy show her he's the husband she never knew she wanted?
“If it's one thing I need while I'm this pregnant, it's pampering.” Maggie lifted her head from her cleanup. “I can come out to Triple Aces one day whenever ...
Author: Karen Wiesner
Return to cowboy country in Fever, Texas, where the heat isn't the only thing causing a fever! See if you can find the heirloom wedding band! Easy to love, hard to hold... Maggie May's pa is still looking for the cowboy who knocked up his cowgirl vixen daughter five years ago. Little Tex has grown up without a father, but he's the shining star of the May Ranch. Like his father, though, he's always running off and disappearing. Just when Maggie May thinks it'll never happen, the drifter she loves shows up, suddenly wise to the fact that his oh-so-altruistic efforts to quiet her endless stream of conversation had ended with a child. Horse trainer for hire and former rodeo bullfighter, Ryder McCall returns to Fever, Texas. This time, Maggie May plans to get him back in her clutches--and win his heart forever.
“For making me see that I'm not a helpless, pampered woman.” He grinned. “I don't know about pampered. I suspect you are a woman of many privileges but no ...
Author: Linda Ford
A haven out west The Cowboy’s Convenient Proposal by Linda Ford Grace “Red” Henderson wants to put her tarnished past behind her. But trust is the one thing she’ll never give to any man again—not even the cowboy who rescued her. Ward Walker longs to protect Red and her little sister. But turning his practical proposal into a real marriage means a leap of faith for them both… Claiming the Cowboy’s Heart by Linda Ford After witnessing her fiancé’s murder, Jayne Gardiner won’t be caught on the wrong side of a gun again. But a disastrous first lesson in self-defense has left her with a wounded cowboy. Duty may call him home, but Seth Collins can’t resist staying in Eden Valley to teach the English beauty to shoot. And when a shadowy figure from Jayne’s past resurfaces, Seth’s urge to protect her has nothing to do with duty.