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Laughter in the Wind by Joyce Wheeler

Laughter in the Wind

by Joyce Wheeler

268 pages
Abbie's confusion begins when she attempts to discover why Mrs. Jackson abruptly leaves her home and children. Soon life becomes even more of a puzzle when unexpected visitors blow onto the ranch on a cold winter's day. Even her boss, Wade Jackson, is surprised at the resulting consequences!

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About the Book
Laughter in the Wind is filled with mystery, romance and faith. When red-haired and petite Abbie Miller from England comes to the Jackson Ranch in western South Dakota, her main objective is to care for three bedraggled little kids until their mother returns in the spring. She tackles her job with professionalism, but soon reaches her limit of politeness with Torrie McGovern, the cowgirl school teacher who is positive hard working Wade Jackson will be hers after his wife leaves him.

Torrie immediately senses Abbie is not only trouble, but serious competition as well. She goes out of her way to belittle her, but finds herself in the line of fire when she arouses the full fury of the irritated red head.

It looks like the eternal triangle, but hold on to your hats. A blue-eyed story teller wanders into the mix. Will he kiss the redhead, or is it the school teacher that catches his eye?

And what about Mrs. Wade Jackson? As busy as she is being a waitress, a student, and the singer with The Wild Boys Plus One, she still can’t forget the horror of the night the Jackson ranch house tried to kill her.


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About the Author
Joyce Wheeler Author Joyce Wheeler weaves a captivating tale of love, mystery, faith, and humor in her novel, Laughter in the Wind. Her enjoyment of the prairie and its people are evident as she describes rural life in South Dakota. From sale barns to the State Capitol, she gives authentic details from her hours of research. However, it is her love of children and their antics that give this book its humorous and poignant moments.



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