Something More

Something More

Winnie Griggs / Aug 19, 2019

Something More Elthia Sinclare travels to Texas to become a governess She arrives to find six children not two a man who had ordered a bride not a teacher and a household that needs someone to cook and clean not

  • Title: Something More
  • Author: Winnie Griggs
  • ISBN: 9780843949346
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • Elthia Sinclare travels to Texas to become a governess She arrives to find six children, not two a man who had ordered a bride, not a teacher and a household that needs someone to cook and clean, not read Latin But worse than marrying Caleb Tanner is returning home in defeat, so the former socialite says I do and goes to work burning meals, flooding the kitchen lovElthia Sinclare travels to Texas to become a governess She arrives to find six children, not two a man who had ordered a bride, not a teacher and a household that needs someone to cook and clean, not read Latin But worse than marrying Caleb Tanner is returning home in defeat, so the former socialite says I do and goes to work burning meals, flooding the kitchen loving the children And butting heads with her new spouse Until Elthia realizes she has learned how to stand on her own two feet and fallen head over heels for her handsome husband Now, her biggest challenge is to convince the stubborn rancher their arrangement is something than just a temporary marriage It is a union of two soul mates.

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      Published :2019-05-06T19:06:47+00:00

    About "Winnie Griggs"

      • Winnie Griggs

        Winnie Griggs grew up in south Louisiana in an undeveloped area her friends thought of as the very back of beyond With her two younger siblings and another family of two siblings for playmates, she spent many an hour exploring the overgrown land around her home, cutting jungle trails, building forts and frontier camps, and looking for pirate ships on the nearby bayou Once she grew up she found other outlets for dealing with all those wonderful, adventurous imaginary friends by filling notebooks with their stories And somewhere along the way, those scribblings gave way to full length stories.Eventually she found her own Prince Charming, a rancher whose white steed takes the form of a tractor and whose kingdom is situated in a small rural community that she loves to call home, and together they ve built their own storybook happily ever after Their lives together expanded to include four now grown children who share Winnie s vivid imagination and her husband s steadier influences and are now out in the world pursuing their own adventures.Winnie shares her stories with readers through her writings for Love Inspired and Love Inspired Historical books You can learn about Winnie at winniegriggs


    313 Comments

    1. This is a run-of-the-mill mail-order bride romance, with the exception that the *bride* is from a very wealthy family. Elthia (what a dumb name) thinks she's signed on to be a governess for a couple of kids with a bed-ridden mother, instead she finds a houseful of kids and a groom waiting for his bride (he needs to marry or the judge is going to split up his nieces and nephews). Lust and twu wuv ensues with little surprises.Very forgettable, but what do I know from the more *expert* reviewers?


    2. This book provides a different take on the familiar mail order bride premise. Elthia, hoping to prove to her wealthy family that she can be an independent woman believes she is being sent by an agency to be a governess for three months, to two children who live with their father and a bed-ridden mother. Instead she discovers she has signed a contract to be a mail order bride. Caleb needs to marry or the judge is going to split up his six nieces and nephews and so reaches an agreement with Elthia [...]


    3. Lost one star for the whole angst thing at the end. That got really, really old. Elthia was a lot more interesting and believable than Caleb. Developing his woodworking would have helped; at least he wasn't a farmer, which is certainly overused.


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