Linda Broday Books In Order

Publication Order of Bachelors Of Battle Creek Books

Texas Mail Order Bride (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Twice a Texas Bride (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Forever His Texas Bride (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Men Of Legend Books

To Love a Texas Ranger (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Heart of a Texas Cowboy (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Knight on the Texas Plains (2002) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Cowboy Who Came Calling (2003) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Redemption (2005) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Omnibus Books

Give Me a Texan (2008) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Give Me a Cowboy (2009) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Give Me a Texas Ranger (2010) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Give Me A Texas Outlaw / Give Me A Cowboy (2011) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Give Me a Texas Outlaw (2011) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Texas Christmas (2011) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Be My Texas Valentine (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Hearts and Spurs (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Author Linda Broday is a famous novelist from the United States of America. She is the USA Today and New York Times bestselling author who generally likes to write in the historical fiction and romance genres. Linda lives in the Texas Panhandle. She describes herself a a multi-published historical romance and western writer. She likes to live around the cowboys and has also mentioned their American West way of life in many of her novels. The place where she lives is full of cowboys who provide a lot of inspiration to her. Linda is very much fascinated by men in tight jeans, boots and Stetson. These typical things of about the cowboys get her fired up and interested. Linda was born in Hobbs, NM USA. As a child, Linda grew up watching a lot of television. She fell in love with the strong men and women, lawmen and desperados who portrayed the people of America during the heyday.

Linda also liked the portrayal of America as the land of opportunities for everyone seeking them. She even incorporated a lot of essential values through the television shows, values that give the strength for survival during difficult times. It is the inspiration through theses things that compelled Linda to write about the people of that time. She loves to write many stories about them and thinks that they are the real reason for the development of the United States of America. Apart from writing, Linda likes to spend time on the internet, searching for some information to add to her stories and provide more depth and meaning to them. In relation to her tremendous amount of work on historical fiction, she is often accused of haunting the libraries and the museums. Despite these accusations she feels proud of what she writes about and says that there is nothing else that she can imagine and write about. Linda Broday believes that she should have been born around 150 years before as the old West is what she feels like her home. She fells fulfilled by writing about the stories of the early nineteenth century.

Telling stories about the times and lives of that time gives her the purpose and direction. She feels that her writings are her attempts in trying to preserve the western history for the future generations. Linda considers the era of the 1950s to 1970s as the golden era and that cowboys were the major attractions of that time. Hence, most of her novels feature love stories based on the lives of cowboys and the women surrounding them. Linda began her writing career after entering into a contest named New historical Voice Contest organized by the Dorchester Publishing. Although she did not win the competition, she was successful in getting a contract for her first book. Apart from the novels, Linda has also written short stories. She believes in doing what we love and loving what we do. Linda has received a number of awards and recognitions. Some of them include winning the Texas Gold Award for three times, winning the National Readers’ Choice Award in the year 2003, the More Than Magic Award in the same year and being the finalist for the Holt Award in the year 2005.

Linda wrote a number of novels during the initial phase of her writing career. One of those was the ‘Redemption’. This novel was published in the year 2005 by the Leisure Books. The novel deals with the lives of a saloon girl named Laurel James and two cowboy brothers. The plot of the novel starts with Laurel moving into the town of Redemption. She tries to get past the troubles of her past life and vows to make a fresh start. However, her plans get shattered when she again meets the bad boy from her past life. In the town of Redemption, Laurel James thinks that she has found the much required respect for herself that she had been craving for long, by agreeing to marry the mayor of the town. Even though she does not love him, she hopes that she could lead a comfortable life along with him.

As everything seems to be going according to plan, Linda is forced to meet with her haunting past once again. The man from her past life, Shenandoah moves into the town. He has come to meet his family and in the meanwhile, find some rest and respite from the men trying to hunt him. He craves for some peace in his life. Soon, he comes across Laurel, whom he thought he had lost. Shenandoah once again begins to dream of a wife and family and decides to do anything to get Laurel back in his life and never lose her again. This secret can prove to be destructive for all three of them until they try to achieve redemption. Another novel written by Linda Broday was titled ‘The Cowboy Who Came Calling’, which was published in the year 2003 by the Leisure Books. The novel deals with the lives of Glory Day and the cowboy named Luke McClain. Glory Day had decided to bring in an outlaw with a view of getting the reward money and with the help of that solve all the problems of her life.

However, Luke McClain comes in way of Glory Day and she accidentally shoots him. Her problems worsen when she comes to know about the fact that Luke was a true gentleman and an extraordinary lawman. While she helps him to heal his wounds, Luke gets closer to her family. He humors her ailing mother and charms her sisters. He also seems determined to save her father from going to jail and her farm lands from getting ruined. Soon, Glory begins to realize that he was the right man she was looking for in order to spend her life with. She also realized that everything that happened between them had happened for good. She amazed by the way he became the admirer of her family and began hoping that she did not lose him. She kissed him for the first time and came to know that he had also started liking her. Glory’s family members were very much thankful to him for helping them to get their life out of misery and back on track.

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