Maggie McClellan lived the best of two worlds: her corporate profession as a PR director for a world rewned boot maker, and her frequent escapes to the serenity of the West Texas ranch where she was raised - until her parents were killed in a car wreck. Selling the ranch seemed the obvious choice, but when Maggie learned that she was pregnant, she could t imagine raising her child anywhere but on the M-Bar Ranch. Ten years later, Maggie is back on her feet, but someone is threatening to take it all away. Maggie is t just fighting to save a ranch, she is fighting to save a home, a way of life, and t just for herself, but for her son and the makeshift family who has stood beside her through all storms. Maggie is a fighter, a character whom readers cheer for. Taking little and giving all, Maggie's story inspires hope and reminds us of the sheer satisfaction of just following through, of fighting a battle to its final outcome, when, win or lose, we can kw that we put up the good fight.
Ricki Wilson is an independent author and professional educator from Oklahoma. Growing up among genuine cowboys, Ricki learned at an early age to appreciate the true value of a good horse and a faithful dog. Maggie's Fall, Wilson's first novel, is a tribute to both.