In only two weeks, Tap Andrews will tip his hat and say "so long" to bachelorhood. Normally, that would be enough time to take care of business and finalize wedding plans. But considering his knack for finding trouble, it may take him longer.
For instance, there's a gang of rustlers invading his ranch, a missed bank payment he didn't know about, a sniper taking potshots at him, and problems at the local dance hall. In fact, there's so much trouble that it's likely he'll miss his own wedding! But never fear - Tap's word is good, even if his timing's not.
©1995 Stephen Bly; (P)2000 Books in Motion
The insane way the wedding worked out in the end.
I don't think I could. I can see where it was necessary for the character development for the rest of the series. But just like having to eat vegetables is not as enjoyable as pie ala mode, this was filling and entertaining, but just not as tasty as the first two.
He uses just enough emotion in his reading to be believable without over doing it.
Stack Lowry. This book was important to really show his heart for the rest of the series.
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