Titans

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Grand Central Publishing, Apr 11, 2017 - Fiction - 624 pages
From the New York Times bestselling author of Roses comes "epic storytelling that plunges the reader headfirst" into the fate of heiress Samantha Gordon and ranch hand Nathan Holloway as their lives collide in early 1900s Texas (Jackie K Cooper, The Huffington Post).

Texas in the early 1900s was on the cusp of an oil boom that, unbeknownst to its residents, would spark a period of dramatic changes and economic growth. In the midst of this transformative time in Southern history, two unforgettable characters emerge and find their fates irrevocably intertwined: Samantha Gordon, the privileged heiress to the sprawling Las Tres Lomas cattle ranch near Fort Worth, and Nathan Holloway, a sweet-natured and charming farm boy from far north Texas. As changes sweep the rustic countryside, Samantha and Nathan's connection drives this narrative compulsively forward as they love, lose, and betray. In this grand yet intimate novel, Meacham once again delivers a heartfelt, big-canvas story full of surprising twists and deep emotional resonance.

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User Review  - janismack - LibraryThing

I didn’t expect to like this book but I did. It wasn’t especially well writen but the story was heartfelt and the characters Likeable. It takes place in Texas at the turn of the century before the ... Read full review

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User Review  - CandyH - LibraryThing

Titans is another excellent Mecham book. This is the story of families, relationships and the coming of the oil industry in Texas. It's a great read and I highly recommend this wonderful book. Read full review

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About the author (2017)

Leila Meacham is a writer and former teacher who lives in San Antonio, Texas. She is the author of the bestselling novels Roses, Somerset, and Tumbleweeds. For more information, please visit LeilaMeacham.com.

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