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eBook Return of the Stardust Cowgirl (Lucy Hatch) download ISBN: 0307351556
Author: Marsha Moyer
Publisher: Three Rivers Press (February 26, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 368
ePub: 1577 kb
Fb2: 1267 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

The fortunes of cowgirl Lucy Hatch have been up and down since her husband, singer/songwriter Ash Farrell, lost . MARSHA MOYER is the author of The Second Coming of Lucy Hatch, The Last of the Honky-Tonk Angels, and Heartbreak Town. She lives in Austin, Texas

The fortunes of cowgirl Lucy Hatch have been up and down since her husband, singer/songwriter Ash Farrell, lost his recording contract and hightailed it home to Mooney, Tex. (pop. 990), to reunite with Lucy and son Jude. Not that Lucy doesn't appreciate his renewed commitment (and his handyman abilities), but she knows he has plenty of problems, and his creative block isn't helping things, nor is the fact that Lucy's job at a flower shop is in peril. She lives in Austin, Texas.

The final book in the Lucy Hatch series. Marsha Moyer has an amazing ability to capture human nature and to tell somewhat gritty stories based in reality.

Nov 04, 2011 Anne OK rated it it was amazing. The final book in the Lucy Hatch series. Definitely more satisfying than a bit of fluff.

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So says Lucy Hatch to her stepdaughter, Denny, who has run away from her fledgling music career in Nashville to. .

So says Lucy Hatch to her stepdaughter, Denny, who has run away from her fledgling music career in Nashville to escape marriage troubles. Now back home in Texas, Denny learns that leaving her past behind won't be so simple: she's pregnant. Lucy is also at a turning point.

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Автор: Moyer, Marsha Название: Return of the Stardust Cowgirl ISBN . This book identifies eight specific areas in need of reform and make recommendations for the future. It also consists of public documents.

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Marsha Moyer has written several books in the Lucy Hatch series and after finishing each one, I want to begin . So it was with great trepidation that I bought 'Return of the Stardust Cowgirl.

Marsha Moyer has written several books in the Lucy Hatch series and after finishing each one, I want to begin another. I know she intends to end the series soon but I want it to go on and on. My group of friends have all read Miss Moyer's series and we anxiously await each new one. Highly recommend this writer. Lucy are back in great form! Published by Thriftbooks. Harriet, did you read this one?

Автор: Moyer, Marsha Название: Return of the Stardust Cowgirl Издательство: Random House .

So says Lucy Hatch to her stepdaughter, Denny, who has run away from her edgling music career in Nashville to escape marriage troubles.

“It’s sticking around when things get tough that you find out what somebody’s worth. But I guess you already know that.” So says Lucy Hatch to her stepdaughter, Denny, who has run away from her fledgling music career in Nashville to escape marriage troubles. Now back home in Texas, Denny learns that leaving her past behind won’t be so simple: she’s pregnant. Lucy is also at a turning point. The flower shop where she’s worked for years is closing, and her husband, Ash Farrell, is finding that living one day at a time is harder than he thought it would be. Everything used to stay the same in the little town of Mooney; now big changes are in the air—and everyone has to shift their plans to embrace the future. As Denny stops running and finally faces the music, Lucy works to regain her own footing by helping the man she loves find his.Heartwarming, funny, and distinctly Southern, Return of the Stardust Cowgirl explores the joys and sorrows of life in a small town, the complexity of love, and the bonds that we share only with family.
Comments: (7)
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'The Second Coming of Lucy Hatch' was a delightful little book - unheralded in the world of books but greatly loved by those who found it. Bad boy Ash and the good widow Lucy met and passion erupted. And Lucy did a lot of growing up.
The second 'Lucy' book - 'The Last of the Honky-Tonk Angels' introduced Denny, Ash's misfit teen-age daughter, and provided further insights into Ash and Lucy's relationship. It was a satisfying read.
The third book, 'Heartbreak Town,' was much less enjoyable for me. Moyer's depiction of Lucy's life married to a 'bad boy' was rather dark and far too talky for me.
So it was with great trepidation that I bought 'Return of the Stardust Cowgirl.' Afterall, even Harriet who praises everything had given it only four stars. Harriet, did you read this one? Cause it's a winner.

I was led to believe that this is the last of the series and it seems to be as all the threads are neatly tied up by the end. But there's a lot of straightening out to do. Ash has to deal with his alcoholism and inability to compose, Lucy has issues of trust, Denny has to face the results of an impetuous marriage, and even the flower shop has to face a few fiscal realities.

In general Moyer's novels shine with a down-home truth; her characters don't have unbelievable adventures, they simply learn to deal with real life - with grace, courage, and acceptance. We watch Lucy grow and change and learn to make the best of the hand that life has dealt her.
Mojind
I am enjoying this series quite a bit. The characters seem real to me and their lives are believable. I have never been to Texas so I am interested in the setting. The story holds my attention and I do recommend this series. I would like to see it continued.
Xisyaco
I really enjoyed this entire series but I don't think anything can beat the original "Second Coming Of Lucy Hatch". It will always be my favorite. This was the last book in the series and loose ends needed to be tied up, but I felt the ending was a little rushed. I would have liked to hear a little more about Denny and Ty. I also felt that by introducing letters from Lucy's father, Ms. Moyer left an opening for a 5th book.
JoJoshura
I don't normally read these type of books but, a friend had loaned me one and I got caught up in the family. They are the typical East Texas family just trying to make it. The books are very easy to read, the characters are very believable, the story line was easy to follow. There were some laugh out loud moments for me. I really enjoyed the whole collection. I only wish Ms. Moyer could "invent" another family just as fun and interesting as Lucy, Ash, aunt Dove and all the rest.
Kitaxe
I just finished this book and can't wait for book number 5....Ms. Moyer takes you to Texas and invites you to live along side the Farrells...I miss them already!!!
Kigul
Marsha Moyer has written several books in the Lucy Hatch series and after finishing each one, I want to begin another. I know she intends to end the series soon but I want it to go on and on.

My group of friends have all read Miss Moyer's series and we anxiously await each new one.

Highly recommend this writer.
lubov
In northeast Texas, cowgirl Lucy Hatch worries about their future since the recording contract of her on the road husband Ash Farrell was ended. Despondent, Ash returned to Mooney to move back in with his wife and their son Jude.

Lucy has mixed feelings about Ash staying home. On the one hand he is very handy at fixing things; on the other he has issues starting with his songwriter's block. She also worries that she will soon be unemployed as Peggy Thaney, owner of Faye's Flowers, is retiring and closing the florist shop that Lucy works at. However the biggest problem besides Ash's renewed vow to his family is the arrival of her stepdaughter rising country western star Denny Culpepper, who left her cheating husband Will and his Nashville Cats although she carries his offspring.

Rotating perspective between Lucy and Denny, readers see deep into the Texas roots of both beleaguered, bewildered women as each feels their life is being nuked by outside forces causing unwanted changes and in turn forcing them to make decisions neither wants to make. The pair actually bond helping each other with coping. Fans will appreciate Marsha Moyer's wonderful look at family life in small-town rural Texas in her latest Lucy Hatch tale (see THE SECOND COMING OF LUCY HATCH, THE LAST OF THE HONKY-TONK ANGELS, and HEARTBREAK TOWN).

Harriet Klausner
I noticed not as many reviewers for this book. The others seemed to have more but none can come close to the first one.

I was glad for the decision that Denise made. Seemed she was the only smart one in this book. At least after she dumped her "father"!

Ash and Lucy come on man. Still together. He seemed so needy and selfish. I am surprised that they were still together. Yeah there are no guarantees but it really just seemed like more of the same stuff as the previous book. Poor Ash. His momma left him blah blah blah. He really needs to look at himself. He should have taken Lucy's advise and faced his problems head on but really he didn't. I don't think he still did in the second book either.

I don't think they really loved each other. Seemed to me that he continued to hurt her and she just took it acting as though now it was his turn to run away. Um . . . wasn't he doing that in various ways in all the other books when he was shutting her out and refusing to answer questions. How is a relationship built on things like that?