Fancy Pants [Cathy Marie Hake] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. When Britisher Lady Sydney Hathwell’s father dies, the American who. Humorous historical romance from a bestselling author, “Fancy Pants Hathwell” tries to prove she’s a “man” on the ranch before her true identity is discovered. When Britisher Lady Sydney Hathwell’s father dies, the American who planned to wed her suddenly reneges. Stranded in America and penniless, Sydney.
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Stranded in America and penniless, Sydney contacts a relative in Texas who, mistaking her male-sounding name, invites his “nephew” to join him on his ranch.
After a few weeks of this, her identity is revealed and the manager on duty, Tim Creighton, is not pamts. I really liked this book right up until the main character, Syndney, is revealed to be a woman.
August Book of the Month – Fancy Pants. Rate this book Clear rating 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars.
Fast-paced despite the numerous dull moments. But she dresses like a boy because she does not believe her uncle will want her if you is a girl. So she ends up in Texas I’m all for not going into too much detail, but leaving impor Now I remember why I don’t read a lot of historical christian fiction.
Sometimes God allows us to go through things we thought we never would have wanted. Series by Cathy Marie Hake.
Fancy Pants (Only in Gooding, #1) by Cathy Marie Hake
She dresses and convinces most fxncy the people around her that she is a frumpy, skinny boy. In her inspirational pieces she enjoys the freedom of showing how Christ can enrich a loving couple’s relationship. Figuring he can teach the scrawny kid some things about being a real man, Tim works Sydney hard and begins to see some improvement in the kid’s character.
There are some very Christian themes in the end part of the book. I enjoyed this book. Yet in time, he also finds that he doesn’t like all the attention Sydney garners now that she’s wearing pretty gowns Cute and plausible moments followed by rushes of feeling that didn’t seem to f I enjoyed a few aspects of hakee book and disliked several others.
A cute historical novel where a woman pretends to be a man and pays the consequences for her deception. Books by Cathy Marie Hake. I always enjoy a good, panrs, happy ending.
I’m not saying he had to be perfect – far from it! I would definitely recommend reading Fancy Pants if you’ve never read an inspirational romance book before. The story was about a girl amrie Lady Sydney Hathwell whose father sets her up with a wealthy businessman that she quickly realizes she does not want to marry. Hi everyone really love this book has to be one of my hqke He seemed to morph into this towards the end of the book when he started to explain the Gospel to Sydney, and appeared to read the Bible more.
Cathy Marie Hake has written a great story about a young woman who lived in wealth and prosperity until she came to America to make her new life. Writing style – I have to say, the writing style is to be smiled upon. Discover new books on Goodreads.
She learns to live a different life, and comes to love it. There is also a glaring error relating to Sydney.
Tim was a devout Christian, and even though Sydney was not a heathen, he kept pushing her to confess her sins to the Lord and accept Jesus as her Saviour, before he could truly accept her in his life. After losing her father, she had agreed to meet the American but quickly realized he only wished to marry her for her wealth and they had nothing in common. They live As a child, Cathy Marie Hake had an imaginary playmate. It’s free and yours to keep. Now I remember why I don’t read a lot of historical christian fiction.
He was too pushy. What a strange turn of events that led them to such a great ending.
But when Sydney’s true identity is uncovered, Tim resents being deceived. I would love to have a “Velma” of my own!
Would you like us to take another look at this review? It was indeed cringe-worthy. I get it, back in the day, age totally doesn’t matter because look, Edgar Allan Poe married his what? Sydney’s questions were worded oddly sometimes, thought that could have just been my perception of the dialogue in general.
Not really worth reading. I’d recommend this for anyone who enjoys the genre. It’s fresh, lighthearted and definitely not cliche. But just wondering can anyone suggest books similar to this i. The book was all right, but there were many, many things which drove me nuts. She blended the history in with the love story so that neither are overbearing, which I enjoyed. I love wholesome God infused themes, but this was just over the top for me. I thought that Sydney was brave for taking her future into her own hands, quite out of charachter for someone in her time period and station.
I liked this one.