A Suitor for Jenny
Margaret Brownley
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Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM By Margaret Brownley

While trying to find suitable husbands for her two sisters in Rocky Creek, Texas, Jenny Higgins is courted by Marshal Rhett Armstrong, a strong and handsome contender who will have to work hard to win Jenny s heart.
  • Title: A Suitor for Jenny
  • Author: Margaret Brownley
  • ISBN: 9781595548108
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Paperback

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Nicole Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
Really cute story. I liked the spiritual application. I enjoyed it and look forward to finishing the series.
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Melissa Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
I have not read book one in the series, but I didn't need to as each book is self-contained.This was a pretty good inspirational (Christian non-denominational) historical romance. The religious aspect of the story was very much woven into the characters' lives. There was not any preaching or long lectures.Jenny is responsible for her two sisters after the death of their parents years ago and now the sisters are old enough to marry. Jenny sets out to Rocky Creek, Texas to find suitable husbands f [...]
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Rebecca Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
When Jenny Higgins arrives in Rocky Creek, Texas, she fully intends to secure suitable husbands for her two younger sisters. Why it only seems practical to begin the process by interviewing every bachelor in town who meets her very selective list of qualifications. Using her "Complete and Authoritative Manual for Attracting and Procuring a Husband", she soon snags the attention of the local marshal when her interviews nearly cause a town uproar. US Marshal Rhett Armstrong strives to be in charge [...]
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Margaret Metz Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
I won this book in the firstreads contest on so I want to thank them and the publisher, Thomas Nelson for providing the book. I read it in one day. That says something all by itself. I'm a reader who loves books that have great characters and this one does. You don't often read about a barber who sings opera - just as one example. All the "people" that inhabited the pages of this book became three dimensional and I found them funny and my heart broke for them as well. It was very well written.I [...]
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Rachel Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
I definitely did not enjoy this second book as well as I did the first in this series. The story didn't feel filled out in spots for one thing. What I mean by that is I could literally feel the holes and it felt like the writer was filling them in with useless information or even repeating herself a bit from time to time with information we already had. Then she rushed the ending a bit drawing all the couples together within the last few chaptersd the main characters didn't resolve anything unti [...]
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Jennifer Pryke Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
Wow. This was so bad. So many things wrong with this book. The only good thing I can say is that despite being book two in a series and having many recurring characters from book one there is no gratuitous information or back story info on those characters. Chapter one was a delight as well. As for the negatives: Day one: boy meets girl. Later that night boy sexually assaults girl. Day two: boy 'apologizes' to girl by paying her for the favor of letting him sexually assault her. The rest of the [...]
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Rebecca Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
A cute feel-good book. The writing is good, but the basis of the plot makes for some very walk-all-over-me type characters. Everyone seemed to fall in love very quickly, and I wished some parts of the plot would've been developed well. But not a terrible read either. If you like Christian historical fiction, you'll probably like this.
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Lexia Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
Didn't finish it. Didn't love the idea of Jenny's past.
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Donna G Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
This was a good, fast paced and fun book.
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(Jen) The Artist Librarian Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
Disclaimer: I received this book through Goodread's FirstReads program, so I'd like to thank them and Thomas Nelson for my copy. No compensation was received and the opinions expressed are my own. This is my first Margaret Brownley book and while it is the second of the “Rocky Creek Romance” series, I feel that I still was able to enjoy it as a “stand alone.” From reading the summary of book one, “A Lady Like Sarah,” I believe some characters from that book are present in “A Suitor [...]
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Melanie Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
The second book in the Rocky Creek Romance Series, 'A Suitor For Jenny', I found just as enjoyable (if not more) than the first book, 'A Lady Like Sarah'.Many of the same characters from 'A Lady Like Sarah' make appearances in this book, including old man Hank Applegate, Pastor Justin Wells, Kip Barrel the barber, etc. I found some of the new characters funny, especially Mary Lou Higgins and Jeff Trevor.I also found the plot interesting - three sisters coming to Rocky Creek, Texas to find 'suita [...]
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Emily Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
Recommend: Read book one, A Lady Like Sarah, first then continue to this book.A Suitor for Jenny is about a twenty-two year old girl by the name of Jenny Higgins. Jenny sold the family farm and arrived with her two sisters nineteen year old Mary Lou and eighteen year old Brenda. She has raised her sisters since her parents died when she was fifteen. Marshal Rhett Armstrong believes he can control strong-willed "Colonel" Jenny from taking over the town. As time flies by Jenny has the single towns [...]
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Brandi Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
A Suitor for Jenny - Margaret Brownley(*SPOILER ALERT!!!*)Don't you just love the cover?! And the sign too! Ha!Though I really did enjoy this novel, it didn't have much action, much peril, in it. In the first one, it had the threat of Sarah being hung. But there wasn't really any threat in this one. Well, Blackman was a threat, but he couldn't do anything to Jenny anymore. He no longer had any power over her, so he wasn't a physical threat.I liked how Rhett ran after Jenny's stage. Got a little [...]
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Raina Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
Beforewarned, if references to the Bible make you uncomfortable then this book is not for you.The title alone of this simplistic yet delightful little tale lets you know where the story will end up regardless of where it all begins. It is a formulaic o0ld west romance with some added amusing twists. Even though you know how it will end even before you get to the beginning the journey Brownley takes you on makes it worthwhile.Jenny Higgins feels responsible for the well-being of her sisters. With [...]
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Brenda Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
This one was a quick read for me. I got it in a box of 20 books that arrived on my doorstep, I must have entered a contest and won. Anyway, this book is very much what you would call an inspirational book. If references to the Bible make you uncomfortable then this book is not for you. I often read these kind, I like the simplicty of the stories and the messages the book are trying to relay to the reader through the story. This book was about Jenny who promised her Father on his death bed that s [...]
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Bookworm1858 Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
A Suitor for Jenny by Margaret BrownleyThomas Nelson, 2010309 pagesInspirational; Historical; Romance4/5 starsSource: Won from Summary: Jenny is bringing her two sisters Mary Lou and Brenda to Rocky Creek in order to get them married to some eligible bachelors. While she has a system for picking out the right man to take care of them, her sisters have other ideas. Marshal Rhett Armstrong is supposed to make sure she doesn't make a nuisance of herself but instead finds her intriguing. Can God bri [...]
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Tamara Tilley Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
A SUITOR FOR JENNY, the title alone lets you know where the story will end up regardless of where it starts.Jenny Higgins feels responsible for the well-being of her sisters. With the promise she’s made to her father to see to their futures, she sets out to find the perfect suitors for Brenda and MaryLou. When a newspaper article names Rocky Creek, Texas, a town with the most eligible bachelors, she’s found her place to start. While Jenny interviews and decides who it is that has the right q [...]
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Laura Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
Title: A SUITOR FOR JENNYAuthor: Margaret BrownleyPublisher: Thomas NelsonSeptember 2010ISBN: 978-1-5955-4810-8Genre: Inspirational/historicalJenny Higgins read in the newspaper that Rocky Creek, Texas, is the ideal place to look for husbands. Desperate to get her two sisters married off to wealthy men, the three of them arrive in town and Jenny sets up interviews, following strict guidelines. But it isn’t as easy to find suitable husbands as it was supposed to be. The men folk of the town are [...]
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Michelle Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
More like 4.5 but close enough to five stars to round up.Margaret's Brownley's historical romance A Suitor for Jenny is all that I expected it would be and more. The author has a gift for humor and writing realistic characters. The first chapter was so well-written that I read it out loud to my husband as we were driving to church and he said, "I can picture that." Well, so could I. The setting really added to the story. I felt like I was living in that town because the description was so well d [...]
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Valerie (Val's Vicinity) Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
Have you ever thought about posting "Husband Wanted" signs all over town, and then interviewing candidates for the position? No? Well, not only has Jenny thought about it, but she's doing it! Not for herself, of course, but for her two sisters, who she is determined to marry off to eligible mend she'll stop at nothing to see it happen!Some of Jenny's tactics in trying to find husbands for her sisters occasionally seemed a bit over-the-top and unrealistic to me, but I did find it quite comical th [...]
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Anna Motteler Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
One of the greatest historical romance novels I have ever read, hands down. I was captivated from the very beginning. Jenny Higgins and her two younger sisters Mary Lou and Brenda have come to Rocky Creek in the search of husbands. More like Jenny is trying to find "suitable men" for her sisters to go off and marry. Well, the ad in the paper that led her there was sadly mistaken, because these men were not "bachelors" or "rich men" but your basic down to earth hard-working men. While Jenny huffs [...]
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Donna Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
"Where men and women are concerned, there's no such thing as a perfect match," he said. "There's only a God match." pg. 68"The Bible says that no matter your plans, it's the Lord's plan that prevails." pg. 175Rocky Creek, TX, will never be the same. "Colonel" Jenny Higgins loves her sisters and promised her father she would take care of them, so she brought them to Rocky Creek to find husbands. Can manuals give the right advice in husband selection? Or should they consult God and His plans for t [...]
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Alice Youngblood Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
I could hardly put down this book, it was very good!! I am looking forward to reading more of Margaret Brownley's novels!
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Fv Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
I laughed so hard reading this delightful book!The plot was some what different, and the characters were surprising.The start of the book with an old man running into the Marshal's office started the laughter, and the humor kept me laughing so much and so hard, it hurt!The serious parts were pretty good, not the usual 'he realizes he loves her so he runs the other way', as most romances go.More plots than a person would expect, and the end is so funny, like a huge circle, but sets up for the nex [...]
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Renee Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
Is there anything more fun than reading about three husband hunting sisters invading an Old West town? In my opinion, no. When the Higgins sisters aka the "Hussy" sisters invade Rocky Creek, Texas, the male citizens must prepare for battle. The chaos that ensues is both fun and heartwarming.As a reader I find stories set in the West with cowboys, outlaws and strong willed ladies often are the best reads. A Suitor for Jenny is definitely one of those good reads. As my first book by Margaret Brown [...]
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Melissa Krabbe Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
I enjoyed this book! I’m currently a seminary student, so I spend most of my time reading books about theology. "A Suitor for Jenny" was a nice break from those, especially since the story is so full of wonderful examples of the ways that theology works in real lives. Margaret does a wonderful job of weaving the various threads of the story together, and showing us what’s going on in the hearts and minds of the characters. I especially liked the down-to-earth pastor’s wife Sarah. She is a [...]
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Jessica Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
This book was very charming. I used to refrain from reading historical pieces because I wasn't too interested--but this book has forever changed my mind. It was very romantic-three different sisters who fall in love in a historical Western town in TX. I enjoyed reading about their sisterhood relationship, and their different personalities that often clashed. I liked how Jenny's relationship with God was starting to rekindle after so many years of her feeling lost and lonely. Rocky Creek is a tow [...]
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Keli Gwyn Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
Wow! Can Margaret Brownley make me laugh! A Suitor for Jenny is a charming tale, one that had me chuckling with every chapter. Jenny is a hoot, Marshal Rhett Armstrong sigh-worthy, and the other characters a bunch of, well, characters—quirky, clever, and just plain fun. In addition to being a delightful story that had me flipping pages faster than a wrangler flips a calf ready for branding, Brownley painted the setting with vivid strokes of her pen, infused the story with faith, and surprised [...]
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Debby Lee Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
I enjoyed reading A Suitor for Jenny. The heroine deeply loved her sisters and arrived at Rocky Creek to find them suitable husbands. Jenny would stop at nothing to ensure they would be well taken care of. She possessed an admirable inner strength, but pride was her downfall. The hero, Rocky Creek's no nonsense sheriff, Rhett Armstrong was one tough cowboy who cared for the people in town, especially two neglected waifs. The characters were very believable and the action kept me turning pages. M [...]
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Susan Sep 15, 2019 - 14:24 PM
I won this book from First Reads and I'm sure glad I did. It is a cute, clean book set in the late 1800's about a young woman named Jenny who is trying to find husbands for her two younger sisters. She reads in the newspaper that Rocky Creek has the highest number of eligible, rich bachelors in Texas. So she takes her sisters to Rocky Creek to find them "good" husbands. She is very organized and follows very closely Miss Abigail Jenkins book "The Compleat and Authoritative Manual for Attracting [...]
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A Suitor for Jenny By Margaret Brownley While trying to find suitable husbands for her two sisters in Rocky Creek, Texas, Jenny Higgins is courted by Marshal Rhett Armstrong, a strong and handsome contender who will have to work hard to win Jenny s heart.

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