Item description for Dream a Little Dream (Mule Hollow Matchmakers, Book 4) by Debra Clopton...
It was just a local newspaper column, right? But when reporter Molly Popp touted the marriage-worthiness of local rancher Bob Jacobs, would-be wives descended on his Mule Hollow ranch by the busload. Molly felt guilty for the ruckus she'd caused-- especially when Bob was injured rescuing an overzealous admirer from a bull. There was nothing else city-slicker Molly could do but pitch in and help Bob out.
That is, until word of her column brought the job offer she'd been praying for and a choice she never thought she'd have to make: a Manhattan byline or Mule Hollow's most eligible bachelor.
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Format: Large Print
Studio: Thorndike Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.67" Width: 5.94" Height: 1.06" Weight: 1.07 lbs.
Release Date Jul 31, 2008
Publisher Thorndike Press
ISBN 1410406741 ISBN13 9781410406743
Availability 0 units.
More About Debra Clopton
Debra Clopton is a multi-award winning novelist first published in 2005 and has written more than 22 novels. Along with writing, Debra helps her husband teach the youth at their local Cowboy Church. Debra is the author of the acclaimed Mule Hollow Matchmaker Series, and her goal is to shine a light toward God while she entertains readers with her words. Visit her website at www.debraclopton.com Twitter: @debraclopton Facebook: debra.clopton.5
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Reviews - What do customers think about Dream a Little Dream (Mule Hollow Matchmakers, Book 4)?
Oh I love this series! May 30, 2007
Lacy Brown grabbed this series and took off and I've been along for the ride every since. "Dream and Little Dream" finally brings us to Molly the reporter on the outskirts of the madness, but contributor to, nonetheless, and the elusive cowboy Bob. This was a fun one to read, as are all in this Mule Hollow series.
Where there is no dream.... May 2, 2007
I smiled, I chuckled, I laughed out loud at the antics of the heroine, Molly Popp, and the responses of hero, Bob Jacobs. I loved it when the cows drooled all over the front of her new VW convertible and when the lady with the van load of day care kids showed up I gut laughed. Bob ranted, "I was the field trip. Did you get that? I was the field trip!" He glared at her and held up a finger in salute. "With parental consent."
Oh this was such a good read. I read late into the night, sitting on the side of the bathtub so the light wouldn't bother hubby, and chewed my fingernails when Bob was trampled by that crazed bull. Oh my goodness, I'm ready to move to Mule Hollow myself.
You did good, Ms. Clopton. One question. Why didn't you call your heroine, Lori? Lol, just wondering.
Girl Bikers, Reporters and Bulls - Oh My Apr 20, 2007
"Dream a Little Dream" follows up the storyline from "The Trouble With Lacy Brown." I'd suggest reading the first book in the series as I had a little trouble putting the pieces together in "Dream a Little Dream."
Once I figured out the cast of characters I sailed right through "Dream." If you loved "Trouble"or like your romance full of cute humor and descriptions of a beefcake (pun intended - Bob's a rancher) I think you might enjoy "Dream."
If you've always wanted to be a reporter but haven't done anything about it, or love the idea of bottle feeding a baby calf, or are interested in rodeo, ditto.
Debra Clopton fan? I imagine you'll find much to like. I've not read her before but if you like sassy southern girls, yellow bugs, puppies and men with navy blue eyes, dark curls and dimples, well you might want to look into grabbing a few Clopton romances.
A dream of a story Feb 21, 2007
Sometimes a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do. Molly Popps has a dream and nothing is going to get in her way. She plans to write interesting columns for the local newspaper that are so good they'll catch the eye of a prominent editor who will offer her a job on a big city newspaper and she'll be on her way up the ladder to success. And what better way to reach her goal than to write about Mule Hollow's most handsome, financially secure bachelor, Bob Jacobs. After all, she overheard him telling a friend he wanted to find a wife. Molly determines to help him reach that goal.
Bob Jacobs was upset about seeing his matrimonial ambitions written about in the Mule Hollow morning paper, and to tell the truth, he was a little bit scared by the horde of women stampeding into town bearing baked goodies and searching for love. Particularly when he has to rescue one from a riled bull. He knows exactly who to blame for his troubles too. That interferring Molly Popps who wrote the column destroying his privacy. When city woman, Molly, meets dedicated rancher, Bob, it results in an emotional explosion that threatens to rock Mule Hollow right off its foundation. Dream A Little Dream is a very entertaining story, and a lot of fun, too.