Roping the Wrangler : Wyoming Legacy

  • by Lacy Williams
  • Narrated by Laura Jennings
  • Series: Wyoming Legacy
  • 6 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From USA TODAY best-selling author Lacy Williams comes a story of second chances and first love.
The spinster schoolmarm makes a match....
Teacher Sarah Hansen has always wanted a family of her own. But a cowboy is the last man she'd consider - especially one who humiliated her in their childhood schoolroom. Oscar White is back in her life, and all grown up. He's different than she remembers, but that doesn't mean she can trust him.
When three motherless girls are shunned by the community, Sarah and Oscar are the ones who step up to take on their care. As they work together, Sarah discovers that Oscar isn't afraid of hardship - and that he makes quite a family man. Can the soft heart Sarah has been hiding tame the wrangler?

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Would you consider the audio edition of Roping the Wrangler to be better than the print version?

I haven't read the print version. I really enjoyed the audio edition so I bet the print version would be good to.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Roping the Wrangler?

When Oscar realized he was in love with Sarah.


Which scene was your favorite?

too many to name


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed because Sarah was funny and I did tear up over how much she cared. It made me sad that she thought she was unlovable and undesirable.


Any additional comments?

really good audio book

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- Renee

The second is even better!

What did you love best about Roping the Wrangler?
I loved the way Oscar grew up so well from the first book! The way he continues his father's legacy in this book is heart warming! Sarah was wonderful too. She also continues to live the legacy of youth and improved on it!

Who was your favorite character and why?
I would have to say that Oscar was. He was willing to protect care for the very person that he did not like when younger. He also kept his integrity and honor even though it would have been easy for him to get full of himself and his talent. He also loved those who the town chose to ignore and reject.

Any additional comments?
I loved this story! It was just as good if not, better than the first. Lacy weaves the lesson of youth and allows her characters to grow up and continue the legacies that they learned. Her characters and situations were believable and I enjoyed the fear, passion, joy, heartache and integrity of this story!

Larua Jennings was a beautiful performer and brought the characters to life!

I cannot wait for Maxwell's story!

Note: Not sure why this did not post earlier. This audible was given to me for an honest review.
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- A.P.Reader

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-19-2016
  • Publisher: Lacy Williams Books