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The Road to Cardinal Vall. has been added to your Cart. I really hope Earlene keeps this series going. I like the Benni Harper books, and I enjoyed "Love Mercy" & "The Saddlemaker's Wife" (which is the first Cardinal book)

The Road to Cardinal Vall. I like the Benni Harper books, and I enjoyed "Love Mercy" & "The Saddlemaker's Wife" (which is the first Cardinal book). But the Kindle versions make it easy to read them, and that's the best part.

In this heartwarming follow-up to Earlene Fowler’s national bestseller, TheSaddlemaker’s Wife , Ruby McGavin returns to the small town of Cardinal, California, where . Books related to The Road to Cardinal Valley.

Back in Cardinal, Ruby is hoping the place and people who gave her so much can give her brother, Nash-who’s been drowning in drink in Nashville-the fresh start he so desperately needs. Saddlemaker Lucas McGavin is thrilled that Ruby is back.

Ruby never thought she'd return to Cardinal, but she's hoping the place and people who gave her so much can give her brother Nash-who's been drowning in drink in Nashville-the fresh start he so desperately needs

The Road to Cardinal Valley. Find out what happened to Ruby, Lucas, Birch, and the rest of the folks in Cardinal, California! Spider Web and The Road to Cardinal Valley.

What a wonderful book! I have read many of Earlene Fowler's quilting mysteries, and enjoyed them greatly. But I was totally surprised and delighted with "The Road To Cardinal Valley.

Saddlemaker Lucas McGavin is thrilled that Ruby is back

Earlene Fowler is an American novelist and the author of a number of mystery novels set in. .Co-written with Margrit Hall, this book features quilt patterns inspired by early books in the series. The Road to Cardinal Valley (2011).

Earlene Fowler is an American novelist and the author of a number of mystery novels set in the fictional Californian city of San Celina. The book includes photographs and new stories to fill in some missing plot details from the book series. Earlene was a short story writer for more than ten years before her first novel was published. Writing classes at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California led to the submission of her first book to a publisher. Within a week, a three-book contract was signed.

In this heartwarming follow-up to Earlene Fowler’s national bestseller, The Saddlemaker’s Wife, Ruby McGavin returns to the small . People Who Read The Road to Cardinal Valley Also Read. Inspired by Your Browsing History.

Saddlemaker Lucas McGavin is thrilled that Ruby is back.

In this heartfelt and poignant follow-up to Earlene Fowler’s national bestseller, The Saddlemaker’s Wife, Ruby McGavin returns to the small town of Cardinal, California, where a year ago she brought her husband’s ashes back to his family’s ranch, and discovered safety, peace, and a love...

Ruby never thought she’d return to Cardinal, but she’s hoping the place and people who gave her so much can give her brother Nash—who’s been drowning in drink in Nashville—the fresh start he so desperately needs.

Saddlemaker Lucas McGavin is thrilled that Ruby has come back. He hasn’t given up on his love for her, despite the awkward fact that she is his brother’s widow, and he’s well aware that this may be his last chance to win Ruby’s heart.When Nash starts drinking again and ends up in a devastating accident, Ruby decides she must find her estranged mother to help with an intervention. Two states away, Etta Walker harbors a horrible secret that keeps her from reconnecting with the children she deserted so many years ago.

As they struggle with the present and confront the past, Ruby, Lucas, and Etta learn the power of forgiveness…and reach for a new future filled with hope, grace, and love.
Deorro
I pre-ordered the hardback...then changed the order to Kindle when it became available. And I am glad I did, because I ended up re-reading parts of this under the covers to keep the light from waking up my husband! It came out on a day that was busy for me so I had to read it in chunks, which I don't like much so I read the last part to know how it ended, then could control myself and read the story. Bad, I know, but I wanted to know what happened with Ruby & Lucas. And it is very satisfying, but no spoilers here.

I really hope Earlene keeps this series going. I like the Benni Harper books, and I enjoyed "Love Mercy" & "The Saddlemaker's Wife" (which is the first Cardinal book). Her characters live real lives and share that life with you.

If I get some money to spend on frivolity I might get the hardback anyway, just because I have a lot of Earlene Fowler books on my shelf, both hardback & paperback. But the Kindle versions make it easy to read them, and that's the best part.
Munigrinn
The Road to Cardinal Valley was a great read, and another entry into Earlene's widening family of unforgettable characters. This book felt different than Saddlemaker's Wife, a lot darker and more serious, but that to me is the mark of a brave writer, delving deeply into subjects that make us human--alcoholism, deserting one's own children, death, chronic pain and guilt, wanting to micro-manage, giving up something beloved in order to spare another person hurt. Sometimes the language that another reviewer called "ugly," is the only way for characters to truly express themselves. It's used judiciously, and didn't bother me a bit. Some of my favorite moments in this book are Birch and Bobby's relationship, Ruby's hapless brother who finally makes good, and the love story unfolding between Ruby and (spoiler, so I won't say it) her paramour. It was so perfectly written, with the kind of build that real life has. The writer of any book walks a fine line, standing by her characters, crafting the story, and the ultimate goal is for that reader to lose herself in the story. Just because characters have certain beliefs doesn't mean the writer does. It is a sign of success when the reader becomes so involved that they want answers and make suggestions.
Jelar
"The Road to Cardinal Valley" is a fitting sequel to one of my favorite books by Earlene Fowler "The Saddlemaker's Wife". I have read most of Miss Fowler's books and this series is very different from her mysteries. The characters continue on from the first book and we get to know them and find out where they end up. There are sad moments and happy moments and then there are some surprising ones as well. I am hoping for another book in this series in the future as I still think these characters have stories to tell. The fictional town of Cardinal is so real after reading these books, I could wish that I could visit at Christmas one year.
Tekasa
I have been hoping for Ms Fowler to write a second book about Ruby and Lucas in Cardinal and bought the Kindle version as soon as I saw "The Road to Cardinal Valley." I read it in 2 days and felt that it is a satisfying extension to the first story. I like the way we are brought up to date on the 11 months that have passed since Ruby left Cardinal for Nashville and that the main characters have their own chapters that weave through the book to tell the story in different "voices" both older and younger, modern and traditional.
Simple
As always, Earlene Fowler knows how to take the mundane in life and make it interesting and satisfying. All of her books evoke a sense of common goodness mixed with the sadness and tragedies that come to most of us. This one was fun because of the twists and turns it took and captured the feel of small towns everywhere. A thoroughly enjoyable read.
Dusho
The Road to Cardinal Valley
I had read the "The Saddlemaker's Wife" a few years ago and have been waiting for this book. I love this book because it didn't end the way I had thought. I enjoyed every minute of this book and recommend it highly. I found one error in the book. Ms Fowler uses the wrong name for Dale Evans' horse. Dale's horse was named Buttermilk and not Buttercup. Buttermilk was a buckskin gelding.
EROROHALO
Really enjoyed this book as the follow-up to The Saddlemaker's Wife. I read all her Benni Harper books, but especially liked this.
The Saddlemaker's Wife is one of my favorite books, and this follow up is as good as the first. The characters are flawed but endearing. The smal town life feels real. Earlene Fowler's writing transports you into the lives of characters and their emotions. I'm not ashamed to say: I cried! I laughed!
The Road to Cardinal Valley ebook
Author:
Earlene Fowler
Category:
United States
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Publisher:
Berkley; First Edition edition (December 31, 2012)
Pages:
304 pages
Rating:
4.5
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