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TBT Feature Novel: The Texan’s Inherited Family by Noelle Marchand

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!! Thanks for stopping by and checking out today’s TBT Feature Novel, The Texan’s Inherited Family, ​by Noelle Marchand. Let’s check out this Love Inspired Historical novel.

About the Book


From the back cover:
A Father in the Making
Busy Texas farmer Quinn Tucker is used to raising crops, not children. So when four nieces and nephews are left in his care, it’s not long before he realizes they need a mother. But his search for a wife leads to the least likely woman for illiterate Quinn-schoolmarm Helen McKenna.

​City girl Helen has been told she’ll never have children-and, it seems, a husband. So she jumps at the chance to be a mother to Quinn’s little family. Though he is far from her image of an ideal husband, maybe a marriage in name will blossom into something more….

​Bachelor List Matches: A hand-picked bride for every bachelor in small-town Texas”

Purchase: Amazon, B&NHarlequin     Add to TBR pile: Goodreads

About the Author


Noelle Marchand’s love of literature began as a child when she would spend hours reading beneath the covers long after she was supposed to be asleep. Over the years, God began prompting her to write. Eventually, those stories became like “fire shut up in her bones” leading her to complete her first novel at fifteen. As an adult, that fire of inspiration continues to burn. 

Noelle is a Houston-native who graduated from Houston Baptist University. She received  a  bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with a focus in Journalism and Speech Communication.

Connect and follow Ms. Marchand at: Website, Facebook, Goodreads, Twitter, Pinterest

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