Roping the Wrangler

26 Sep

Roping The Wrangler

Roping the Wrangler (Wyoming Legacy Series) by Lacy Williams


Schoolmarm Sarah Hansen longs for a family of her own. But horse trainer Oscar White is the last man she’d consider. Still, she can’t help noticing the care he shows three motherless girls and the gentle way he helps Sarah overcome her fear of horses.

Too bossy by half—that’s the Sarah that Oscar remembers from their teenage years. Yet as a former orphan, he finds the little Caldwell sisters—and their pretty teacher—getting under his skin. Could the tender heart Sarah’s always hidden tame a once-reckless wrangler?


Roping the Wrangler was my first Lacy Williams book but it certainly won’t be my last.  I loved Lacy’s attention to details, rich characters, and vivid descriptions.

If you love an Old West series full of heart-warming heroes, this is a series for you!

“Welcome to Bear Creek, Wyoming—where faith, love and family prevail!”

An introduction to this series can be found in the novella, Courted by a Cowboy.

Book 1: Roping the Wrangler

Book 2: Return of the Cowboy Doctor, releases in December 


By day, Lacy Williams is a stay-at-home mom battling dirty diapers and dog-hair dust-bunnies. By night, she is an award-winning novelist.  Lacy combines a love of dogs with her passion for literacy by volunteering with her therapy dog, Mr. Bingley, in a local reading program. Her current projects include more books for Harlequin’s Love Inspired Historical line (cowboys!). Lacy loves to hear from her readers at or via her website
Courted by a Cowboy


On Amazon, you can currently find the Kindle edition of the novella, Courted by a Cowboy,  for $1.99.   


* I won a copy of this book through the Goodreads First Reads program.  All thoughts expressed are my own.

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