All’s fair in love and war, and Sophie is determined to win the battle for her aunt Maud’s cattle ranch—even if it means fighting Elijah, a rude ex-military man. But it seems that even from the grave Aunt Maud is still matchmaking; her will states that both Sophie and Elijah must share the ranch evenly, and neither wants to give up a share. But Sophie’s main focus is on the ranch, not romance; she just put her life back together after being betrayed in her previous marriage. As the two work side by side, their feelings begin to change. But before they can find their happily ever after, Elijah must see through Sophie’s hard armor to the sweet soul beneath, and Sophie must help Elijah overcome his wartime nightmares of fallen friends. In Life After Wife, second chances and true love are strong, triumphing amid heartache and despair.
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BIOGRAPHY Carolyn Brown is a New York Times, USA Today, Publisher's Weekly, Wall Street Journal , #1 Washington Post, #1 Amazon Best Selling Author & a RITA Finalist.
Her novels have sold more than seven million copies, and have been on multiple best seller lists, won several awards, and have been praised by both reviewers and fans. Her 100th book was published in 2020. Her novels have been translated into 19 foreign languages, and several are available in large print. Presently, she writes women's fiction with a romantic element and cowboy romance. She has also written historical single title, historical series, contemporary single title and contemporary series. She lives in southern Oklahoma with her husband, a former English teacher. They have three children and enough grandchildren to keep them young. For a complete listing of her books (series in order) check out her website at www.carolynbrownbooks.com
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