what are some good love stories for teens that are in a country/ western setting?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Laxalt, Robert Dust Devils

    An Old West coming-of-age novella with bronc riding horse rustling, native wisdom, challenges of nature, and a little love story woven in.

    Harmon, Michael. The Last Exit to Normal.

    To get him on the right track, Ben Campbell's dad and stepdad accompany him to Montana, where he encounters small town life, homophobia, an abused boy, and a special girl

    Brooks, Martha. Mistik Lake.

    Seventeen-year-old Odella, an Icelandic Canadian, struggles to unlock the secrets behind her mother’s abandonment in this lyrical coming-of-age novel

    Larson, Kirby. Hattie Big Sky.

    In 1918, 16-year-old Hattie Brooks runs a 400-acre Montana farm, faces threats from wolves, and fights prejudice and loneliness

    Murdock, Catherine Gilbert. Dairy Queen.

    Running her family’s dairy farm and fulfilling others’ expectations makes D.J. feel like a cow, until she finds herself training the rival school’s quarterback

  • Alice
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    1 decade ago

    Nokosee: Rise of the New Seminole by Micco Mann is a love story interspersed with murders, decapitations, alligator wrestling and the Texas two-step. The love story is submerged and grows naturally. It has the defiant voice of a 17 year old girl who manages to overcome everything thrown at her in the course of the novel which is a lot-- and she does it in a way that would make all girls proud-- not in a superhuman way or through the assistance of some heroic act of a man but via her own means.



  • 1 decade ago

    If you don't mind Christian fiction, A Rush of Wings by Kristen Heitzmann is really good and takes place primarily on a ranch outside Denver. If you don't mind Harlequin Intrigue, Crime Scene at Cardwell Ranch by B.J. Daniels was also not bad. Dancing in the Moonlight is also along those lines. These are all books I got free on the Kindle.

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