Rim O' The World PDF â Rim O' Epub / Paperback

Rim O' The World PDF â Rim O' Epub / Paperback

Rim O' The World [Reading] ➻ Rim O' The World By B.M. Bower – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Bertha Muzzy Bower Mrs Sinclair Mrs Cowan 1871 1940 was an author of western fiction She was one of the first women to make a career of crafting western stories In 1888 she became a teacher in Grand F Bertha Muzzy Bower Mrs Sinclair Mrs Cowan was an author of western fiction She was one of the first women to make a career of crafting western stories In she became a teacher in Grand Falls Montana and she was married at the age of nineteen Around she started to write short stories but her novel Chip of the Flying U Rim O' Epub / was her first commercial success and is still said to be her most representative work Between and until her death she wrote a total of sixty eight novels which are all based in the American west Among her works are The Happy Family The Range Dwellers The Long Shadow The Lonesome Trail and Other Stories Good Indian The Gringos Flying U Ranch Jean of the Lazy A The Phantom Herd The Lookout Man Skyrider Rim O' The World The uirt Cow Country The Trail of the White Mule The Parrowan Bonanza The Voice at Johnnywater The Bellehelen Mine and The Eagle's Wing .


3 thoughts on “Rim O' The World

  1. Debbie Zapata Debbie Zapata says:

    If I have learned anything about Bower stories in the last couple of years it is that the guaranteed romance builds slowly usually between a shy cowboy and an Eastern girl so imagine my surprise when I read this little scene in the very first chapter of Rim O' The World Background young cowboy thinking it is about time to get married; young lady arriving in a place that is impersonating a town; they meet and speak “Don’t you know anybody at all around here”“Not a soul––except you and I don’t know whether your name is Tom or Bill”“My name’s Tom––Tom Lorrigan Say If you ain’t got any place to go––why––I’ve got a ranch and about twenty five hundred head of cattle and some horses If you didn’t mind marrying me I could take you out there and give yuh a home I’d be plumb good to you if you’re willing to take a chance” “You’d be taking as great a chance as I would I haven’t any ranch or any cattle or anything at all but myself and two trunks full of clothes and some things in my life I want to forget And I have sixty cents in my purse I can’t cook anything except to toast marshmallows––”“I’ve got a cook” put in young Tom uickly“And the clothes I’ve got would be a joke out here And the things I came out here to forget I shall never tell you––”“I ain’t interested enough to ask or to listen if you told me” said Tom“And myself can sing to you and dance to you and I’m twenty years old by the family Bible––”“I’m twenty two––makes it about right” said Tom“And if you should count fifty and ask me again––”“Ten twenty thirty forty fifty will you marry me” obeyed Tom with much alacrity“You might call me Belle Belle Delavan Well I came to Jumpoff because––I meant to jump Yes I’ll marry you––and the Lord have mercy on you Tom Lorrigan if I live to regret it”As much fun as their relationship would have been to spy on by the next chapter it is 20 or so years later and it becomes clear that the youngest of Tom and Belle's three sons will be our Romantic Lead But who will be our Lady Fair Surely not the daughter of nasty neighbor Aleck Douglas The one who accuses Tom and his ranch hands of rustling But she does have the loveliest blue eyes doesn't she And she needs to be rescued a time or two the most breathtaking when Lance has to rope her out of the saddle seconds before her horse falls off a ridge trailwhew be still my heartThere are the usual misunderstandings a few dramatic events something strange lurking beneath the surface will we ever find out what it is and a couple of scenes that made me cry Just exactly what I have come to expect from Bower She rarely lets me down


  2. Elisabeth Elisabeth says:

    Re read December 2016 I'm going to review it properly one of these days I promise


  3. Hannah Hannah says:

    I really enjoyed this book It's the best of the Western genre without the melodrama that often accompanies such stories And the ladies are so unforgettable Wild Belle Lorrigan and young Mary Hope Douglas opposite personalities and so different yet similar in their strength of character I recommend this


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3 thoughts on “Rim O' The World

  1. Debbie Zapata Debbie Zapata says:

    If I have learned anything about Bower stories in the last couple of years it is that the guaranteed romance builds slowly usually between a shy cowboy and an Eastern girl so imagine my surprise when I read this little scene in the very first chapter of Rim O' The World Background young cowboy thinking it is about time to get married; young lady arriving in a place that is impersonating a town; they meet and speak “Don’t you know anybody at all around here”“Not a soul––except you and I don’t know whether your name is Tom or Bill”“My name’s Tom––Tom Lorrigan Say If you ain’t got any place to go––why––I’ve got a ranch and about twenty five hundred head of cattle and some horses If you didn’t mind marrying me I could take you out there and give yuh a home I’d be plumb good to you if you’re willing to take a chance” “You’d be taking as great a chance as I would I haven’t any ranch or any cattle or anything at all but myself and two trunks full of clothes and some things in my life I want to forget And I have sixty cents in my purse I can’t cook anything except to toast marshmallows––”“I’ve got a cook” put in young Tom uickly“And the clothes I’ve got would be a joke out here And the things I came out here to forget I shall never tell you––”“I ain’t interested enough to ask or to listen if you told me” said Tom“And myself can sing to you and dance to you and I’m twenty years old by the family Bible––”“I’m twenty two––makes it about right” said Tom“And if you should count fifty and ask me again––”“Ten twenty thirty forty fifty will you marry me” obeyed Tom with much alacrity“You might call me Belle Belle Delavan Well I came to Jumpoff because––I meant to jump Yes I’ll marry you––and the Lord have mercy on you Tom Lorrigan if I live to regret it”As much fun as their relationship would have been to spy on by the next chapter it is 20 or so years later and it becomes clear that the youngest of Tom and Belle's three sons will be our Romantic Lead But who will be our Lady Fair Surely not the daughter of nasty neighbor Aleck Douglas The one who accuses Tom and his ranch hands of rustling But she does have the loveliest blue eyes doesn't she And she needs to be rescued a time or two the most breathtaking when Lance has to rope her out of the saddle seconds before her horse falls off a ridge trailwhew be still my heartThere are the usual misunderstandings a few dramatic events something strange lurking beneath the surface will we ever find out what it is and a couple of scenes that made me cry Just exactly what I have come to expect from Bower She rarely lets me down

  2. Elisabeth Elisabeth says:

    Re read December 2016 I'm going to review it properly one of these days I promise

  3. Hannah Hannah says:

    I really enjoyed this book It's the best of the Western genre without the melodrama that often accompanies such stories And the ladies are so unforgettable Wild Belle Lorrigan and young Mary Hope Douglas opposite personalities and so different yet similar in their strength of character I recommend this

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