Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Their Ranch Reunion by Mindy Obenhaus #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for the inspirational contemporary romance book Their Ranch Reunion by Mindy Obenhaus.

Synopsis:

Single mom Carly Wagner is surprised to learn she’ll have to share ownership of the home she’s inherited with her first love—and first heartbreak—Andrew Stephens. The man who fled their tiny Western town is back and standing in the way of her dreams to expand her B and B. Now a successful businessman, Andrew has eight weeks to buy Carly out. But Carly’s too stubborn to persuade—and too beautiful to ignore. When fire ravages her inn and she and her daughter move in to their shared property, Andrew’s in over his head. Time is running out and Andrew must decide: leave and chase another deal…or stay and chase Carly’s heart.

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Mindy Obenhaus, author website

 


Giveaway

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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What is the biggest thing that you have had to share with someone?

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22 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Their Ranch Reunion by Mindy Obenhaus

  1. I had to share with my parents many years ago that I was dropping out of nursing school. I disappointed them but I realized it was not for me.

  2. The biggest thing we shared/adjusted to was having my Mom come live with us. There were two households of “things” that had to be put into one home. Deciding what was important to each of us and keeping what we could took some time but in the process you learn that things are just that “things”. When you becoming a caregiver to your parent, it’s learning not only to share but learning role reversal. Love makes it all possible!

    1. I admire your attitude Kay. It is a tough thing to combine households for many reasons but you are right, love paves the way for things to work out. Thanks for sharing that. 🙂

  3. Biggest thing i had to share was my parents passing away within 8 months of each other and caring for each until thier passing

    1. Oh, I am so sorry for your loss Shelia. 🙁 What a wonderful gift you gave to them by caring for them. Thank you so much for sharing that with us. 🙂

  4. My husband and I moved in with my parents for a few months before going to grad school. In many ways it was fun, and in other ways it was hard.

    1. Aww, Bonnie, I think you must have a very large and beautiful heart to share it with everyone. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  5. Everything with my hubby when he started a local truck driving job instead of being gone all week long
    Definitely had my routine interrupted

    1. I can actually relate to that Linda. My dad was a long distance truck driver for many years when I was growing up. It was a big change when he began doing local driving where he was home more regularly. Thanks so much for sharing that with us. 🙂

  6. I’ve always been a private person and don’t openly share my inner struggles. Even with my husband! I’m learning to share those things with him and know a burden shared is a burden lightened. He will never judge me and always listens. He also has more specific things to pray for me in his prayer time. I know I can go to him when I’m struggling with something 🙂 I feel better after I get those things off my chest.

    Thank you for the giveaway chance Loraine!

    1. That is awesome Trixi. I am so glad you have someone to share your burdens (and joys) with like that. Thanks for sharing with us. 🙂

  7. I had to share with our three children that their dad had suffered a major heart attack and was in the hospital. Thankfully, he came through surgery (5 bypasses) and after a year of ups and downs, he is doing much better.
    Mindy is a new author to me, and I would love to win her book. Thanks for the chance.

    1. I’m sending prayers for you and your family right now Evangeline. I am so glad to hear that he is doing better. Thank you for sharing that. 🙂

  8. I had to tell my 6 year old that her “MeMe” had passed away. She was such a huge part of her life. She had kept her every day that I had worked since she was 9 months old.

  9. First I had to share my son.Then I shared my husbands children with their mom.

  10. Sharing that my husband would need a liver transplant (many years ago) with our family and friends. It was hard to tell his mother, especially, as she had a heart condition and wasn’t in the best of health.

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