Imogene Marshall has everything a girl could want and yet, she s miserable To her, the perfect life is made up of horses, cowboys and round ups So when she s sent east to finishing school, Imogene makes a life altering decision to follow her dream She disembarks along the way, and convinces Buffalo Bill himself to give her a chance in his Wild West Show.Imogene Marshall is now Liberty Belle, trick rider and she s the object of attention from two cowboys who have very different ways of trying to win her heart Always determined to live out her own dreams, Liberty Belle travels across the country with one of them and ends up in a place she couldn t have imagined, not even in her wildest dreams....
|Publisher||:||Center Point Publishers September 1, 2008|
|Number of Pages||:||443 pages|
|File Size||:||878 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Unbridled Dreams Reviews
She has become my favorite author. I am sad that I have not read every book she has written and pray she writes more. This one was sweet and I could not put it down.
I thoroughly enjoyed the book. Must warn you I am a born and raised Nebraskan, have grown up around Buffalo Bill stories and the North Platte area. The author did a marvelous job of describing the area this story took place. Great heart warming story.
What a great suprise in reading this book. It is unlike any other book I have read. It is so clever and funny. Such a great story line as well. I believe this is a must read.
Irmagard Friedrich was living the life her mother wanted. She seemed destined to live the life of a proper lady with finishing school in her future. That all changes when Buffalo Bill come to town and Irma leaves home to fulfill her life long dream of become a rider in his show. With a new name and a new life ahead of her, Liberty Belle travels across the country and become the center of attention of two possible suitors. It's more than she could have ever dreamed of.
Growing up, I was absolutely obsessed with all things western. I loved cowboy stories, and practically devoured Louis L'Amour novels (long live the Sacketts!). When I started reading Christian fiction, I soon found that most books with a western setting fell squarely into the "prairie romance" category (which is all well and good, but they just aren't my cup of tea). I prefer a western-set tale that's a little grittier or more adventurous. Unbridled Dreams fits the bill perfectly, delivering an adventurous, romantic, whirlwind coming-of-age tale set against the colorful backdrop of Buffalo Bill's Wild West.