Patty's Gamble

Patty s Gamble Greg Wilson is in a real fix Upon his father s death he expects to inherit the ranch Only he can t because his father owed a substantial amount of money to John Meyer and he doesn t have enough to s

  • Title: Patty's Gamble
  • Author: Ruth Ann Nordin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 408
  • Format: ebook
  • Greg Wilson is in a real fix Upon his father s death, he expects to inherit the ranch Only, he can t because his father owed a substantial amount of money to John Meyer and he doesn t have enough to settle the debt Now in order to protect the land and livestock, he must make a very unpleasant agreement He must marry Patty Dixon.Patty has been in love with Greg since chGreg Wilson is in a real fix Upon his father s death, he expects to inherit the ranch Only, he can t because his father owed a substantial amount of money to John Meyer and he doesn t have enough to settle the debt Now in order to protect the land and livestock, he must make a very unpleasant agreement He must marry Patty Dixon.Patty has been in love with Greg since childhood, and when her father offers to buy Greg s land to keep it safe from John, she sees this as her chance to finally marry him With a little plotting, she convinces her father the best way to ensure the land stays in the family is if she marries Greg and has children with him.Seeing the brilliance in her plan, her father tells Greg the only way he ll hand the land back over to him is if he marries Patty Reluctant to give up his bachelorhood, Greg agrees Patty s determined to prove that Greg s better off being married But that is easier said than done Will her gamble pay off or is this bet going to lead to heartache

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      Published :2019-04-21T08:52:39+00:00

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    1. Ruth Ann Nordin

      What s to say I write a lot I read often I sleep little Once in awhile, I ve been known to clean the house A number of kids live in my house and there s this guy they call dad and I call husband All in all, it s a pretty good life.

    738 thoughts on “Patty's Gamble”

    1. ++SPOILERS++Thank God for this author. Just what I needed after coming off a few bad reads.This can be a stand alone.Here we have Patty & Greg's story. They knew each other as children and Patty loved him since she was 16 and unbeknownst to Greg he loved her too (well he did know, but refused to admit it). But something happened, and Greg stopped going to school to work his father's farm full time. He was supposed to take Patty to the town square dance but never showed up. Patty tried going [...]


    2. I've always loved RA Nordin's writing. This story was kinda too short for my liking, but still was enjoyable without too many complicated and twisted story line.Finished this in one siting.


    3. I admire women who know what they want and are go-getters but maintain their pride and will not compromise/change themselves just to have what they want.While Patty knew what she wants, and was sharp as a whip and quick on her feet (as her father described her), it was very evident that she was a manipulative, desperada doormat---she was willing to be someone else she's not just to please Greg! And tricking him into marrying her! In my point of view, it's not a simple tricking but emotional blac [...]


    4. Patty’s Gamble by Ruth Ann NordinMontana Series Book ThreePatty Dixon is sure that Greg Wilson cares for her. So she sets up a trap to get him to marry her. And it worksrt of. Just because she is his wife in name, it doesn’t mean he’s going to give her a real marriage. Patty gets ready to hang on for the ride of her life because she is going to win her husband’s heart.Greg Wilson realizes all the things he could have done differently to get out of this marriage. A marriage he’s pretty [...]


    5. Forced weddings, square dances, and rattlesnakesThose are just a few of the things in this story, which takes place in central Montana. Patty - of - title is a young ranch woman, living with her father on the same ranch she grew up on, still loving the boy next door - or as it happens in that sort of country, the boy next ranch. Grown up into the rancher, since his father has passed on, and left him the ranch.But the man has, for some unknown reason, decided that he is not going to fall into any [...]


    6. Perseverance (along with a little deception) finally pays offPatty has been in love with Greg forever, and everyone knows it. Unfortunately, Greg's determination to avoid the marriage trap is also well-known in Lewistown. So what's a girl to do? Over the years, she's tried everything, but she refuses to give up, so Patty sets a trap, with the help of the town's most unsavory character. Poor Patty. She thought she'd finally gotten her heart's desire only to find out that her "catch" still has a l [...]


    7. This novella about a girl being forced to marry an outlaw has her "pa" force a local ranch owner to marry her by gunpoint. The story was described as a romantic comdedy. But it is neither romantic or comedic. After 2 days of the Patty trying everything and anything (including washing clothes in the nude) to convince Greg not to get an annulment, Greg decides he loves her. The only thing sillier than this is the non-believable sex scene at the end. The story would have been better without it.The [...]


    8. The story was okay for a novella but don't understand why the author classified the book as romantic comedy. One of my least favourite stories of this author, but the concept of this series is interesting and will read the next book .


    9. Happening same time as Boaz's Wager. Gets everything about Patty and Greg cleared up but I just didn't love this one but can't put my finger on the exact problem. Disguises, snake shooting and scheming!








    10. Another great one by Ruth Ann Nordin! Love her stories & enjoyed seeing how Patty got her man :-)Looking forward to the next book in this series.




    11. This wasn't a bad story, but I don't know if I would call it a comedy. Most of the heroine's actions seemed desperate more than humorous.




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