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All Tyrell Fannin and his cousins Isaac and Micah Burnet want is to get out of a Texas jail and go home to Mississippi. Delia Lavalle didn't need three outlaws to escort her and her sisters to Louisiana but she doesn't really have a choice. The outlaws aren't happy about escorting nuns, but figure they might bring them luck, because not even Santa Anna would harm a holy woma All Tyrell Fannin and his cousins Isaac and Micah Burnet want is to get out of a Texas jail and go home to Mississippi. Delia Lavalle didn't need three outlaws to escort her and her sisters to Louisiana but she doesn't really have a choice. The outlaws aren't happy about escorting nuns, but figure they might bring them luck, because not even Santa Anna would harm a holy woman. A week into the trip, however, the outlaws find that the nuns are sisters but not of the cloth and that their tempers would make an angel's wings shrivel up and fall off. Tyrell is determined to finish his job and forget all about Delia's piercing blue eyes, that tumble of black hair, and her hot temper. Delia can't wait to be away from Tyrell's constant judgment, but along the way she finds herself drawn to him. Will they get what they want safe travels home or will fate intervene and bring them something altogether different?


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All Tyrell Fannin and his cousins Isaac and Micah Burnet want is to get out of a Texas jail and go home to Mississippi. Delia Lavalle didn't need three outlaws to escort her and her sisters to Louisiana but she doesn't really have a choice. The outlaws aren't happy about escorting nuns, but figure they might bring them luck, because not even Santa Anna would harm a holy woma All Tyrell Fannin and his cousins Isaac and Micah Burnet want is to get out of a Texas jail and go home to Mississippi. Delia Lavalle didn't need three outlaws to escort her and her sisters to Louisiana but she doesn't really have a choice. The outlaws aren't happy about escorting nuns, but figure they might bring them luck, because not even Santa Anna would harm a holy woman. A week into the trip, however, the outlaws find that the nuns are sisters but not of the cloth and that their tempers would make an angel's wings shrivel up and fall off. Tyrell is determined to finish his job and forget all about Delia's piercing blue eyes, that tumble of black hair, and her hot temper. Delia can't wait to be away from Tyrell's constant judgment, but along the way she finds herself drawn to him. Will they get what they want safe travels home or will fate intervene and bring them something altogether different?

30 review for From Wine to Water

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dorcas

    This is the first book in a series of three and is very good. It's a clean read with adventure and romance and no preachiness at all. I love the humor in all three books, Carolyn Brown is great at portraying lighthearted spunkiness.. You'll want to start with this one and read through all three in the series. (the others are Walkin' On Clouds and A Trick of the Light) This is the first book in a series of three and is very good. It's a clean read with adventure and romance and no preachiness at all. I love the humor in all three books, Carolyn Brown is great at portraying lighthearted spunkiness.. You'll want to start with this one and read through all three in the series. (the others are Walkin' On Clouds and A Trick of the Light)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Paula Bothwell

    PG - Violence: some intimated violence, Language: a couple deity swears (not including [email protected]), Sex: no sex, some kisses Because Carolyn Brown is such a prolific writer, I'm always afraid that the odds of me getting a dud book become greater the more of her books I read. I beat the odds again with this book. It was fun, funny, and engaging. Way to go, Ms Brown! PG - Violence: some intimated violence, Language: a couple deity swears (not including [email protected]), Sex: no sex, some kisses Because Carolyn Brown is such a prolific writer, I'm always afraid that the odds of me getting a dud book become greater the more of her books I read. I beat the odds again with this book. It was fun, funny, and engaging. Way to go, Ms Brown!

  3. 4 out of 5

    ❆ Crystal ❆

    Cute story... It's short and there's a lot that happens so there isn't a lot of extra words. I did enjoy and give it 3 stars. Cute story... It's short and there's a lot that happens so there isn't a lot of extra words. I did enjoy and give it 3 stars.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    From Wine to Water might be only 186 pages, but it was packed with so much going on, you'd think it was another 100 pages. It's my first Carolyn Brown novel, and I really enjoyed it! You can easily sit in one afternoon, or a course of a day and read the whole book. Heck, I wanted to do just that, but I read it in 2 days and a bit, at every chance I had. It's usually not my type of book. I'm not one for romance, but it wasn't too overdone that I wanted to puke. LOL I was engrossed in the story as From Wine to Water might be only 186 pages, but it was packed with so much going on, you'd think it was another 100 pages. It's my first Carolyn Brown novel, and I really enjoyed it! You can easily sit in one afternoon, or a course of a day and read the whole book. Heck, I wanted to do just that, but I read it in 2 days and a bit, at every chance I had. It's usually not my type of book. I'm not one for romance, but it wasn't too overdone that I wanted to puke. LOL I was engrossed in the story as it was told so well. The story takes place in the wild west days - The three nuns, Sister Delia, Sister Fairlee and Sister Tempest (or are they?) need to be escorted back to their Louisiana plantation home before Santa Anna plans on surrounding the Alamo. Who better for the job than Tyrell and his two cousins, Issac and Miach, who found themselves in a bar fight and ended up being thrown in jail. The journey back home to Louisiana is a month long tough trek full of difficulties, heartache, and some happy moments too. But the three sisters are even tougher ! I enjoyed them! They were women ahead of their time because their father didn't treat them as dainty flowers. I would had wanted to be just like them, especially the oldest sister, Delia. From Wine to Water is actually a 3 book series. I don't own the other two, Walkin' On Cloud and A Trick of the Light. Actually, I'm not sure I really want to carry on in this series, just because I'm content in how this story ended.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Bremer

    Remember the Alamo! Actually, this story begins days before Santa Anna surrounds the Alamo. Tyrell and his cousins Isaac and Micah find themselves in jail after a bar fight. A deal is made to free them and pay them to escort three nuns to Louisiana. Sister Delia, Sister Fairlee and Sister Tempest are sisters alright, the blood kind. They have dressed as nuns to increase their chances of getting past Santa Anna's men, Indians and criminals. The adventure home is filled with difficulties, tragedy a Remember the Alamo! Actually, this story begins days before Santa Anna surrounds the Alamo. Tyrell and his cousins Isaac and Micah find themselves in jail after a bar fight. A deal is made to free them and pay them to escort three nuns to Louisiana. Sister Delia, Sister Fairlee and Sister Tempest are sisters alright, the blood kind. They have dressed as nuns to increase their chances of getting past Santa Anna's men, Indians and criminals. The adventure home is filled with difficulties, tragedy and heart warming moments. I want to be Delia! She's a woman ahead of her time.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    Mediocre read with a major flaw Quick clean romance. The book is set in the 1800s and three sisters are trying to make it back to their family plantation in Louisiana. The author referred to the "servants" who ran the house, which just felt wrong. It didn't take much to deduce they were slaves and it felt wrong to imply they were anything but. Maybe I am just more aware of this because of recent events but it bothered me. Mediocre read with a major flaw Quick clean romance. The book is set in the 1800s and three sisters are trying to make it back to their family plantation in Louisiana. The author referred to the "servants" who ran the house, which just felt wrong. It didn't take much to deduce they were slaves and it felt wrong to imply they were anything but. Maybe I am just more aware of this because of recent events but it bothered me.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Betty Hansford

    From Wine to Water Another great book from Mrs. Brown. This hero was smart. He knew he couldn't live on just water alone. He had to have some wine in the equation, so he went back to assure his future. I know this is a bit cryptic; however, you'll figure it out when you read the story. Enjoy!! From Wine to Water Another great book from Mrs. Brown. This hero was smart. He knew he couldn't live on just water alone. He had to have some wine in the equation, so he went back to assure his future. I know this is a bit cryptic; however, you'll figure it out when you read the story. Enjoy!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Linda Logue

    Loved this book. It was a great read. The cover did not catch my eye I just choose it on whim. Oh I hope there is a sequel. Hard to find the order with this author. I choice this rating as the story was great from the beginning and continued to keep me entertained the. Only problem is that the story justs ends with to me a lot of options for a sequel.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Winona Fowler

    An exciting beginning! Three sisters are sent on a treacherous journey through territory of eastern Texas and northern Louisiana during the time of the battle at the Alamo. They are escorted by three “outlaws” hired by their father. The group encounters many dangers on their trek in this exciting story.

  10. 4 out of 5

    dyanna hughes

    Just simple love story! I did not read this in order from the beginning. Will go back and read in order. Loved every book in this series, and will enjoy them even more. They really are people you can relate to, and almost put yourself in their place. thank you!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    Sweet read Carolyn Brown never disappoints her readers. This book details the journey back to Louisiana for three sisters whose father has stayed at the Alamo to fight Santa Anna. I can’t wait to read the rest of this series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shari Ring Wolf

    Awww.... Nice little western romance. Clean, but not straight laced. Pretty much historically accurate, though the author did take liberties with the social history to make it more relatable. The story wrapped up nice, leaving room for a sequel. Awww.... Nice little western romance. Clean, but not straight laced. Pretty much historically accurate, though the author did take liberties with the social history to make it more relatable. The story wrapped up nice, leaving room for a sequel.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Roberts

    A perfect southern romance for a long weekend Texas Alamo, Indians, bad guys and good guys make for a great romance with an opportunity to imagine life and adventures of early Texas and Louisiana times. 20 miles in a day on a horse back has me hurting just thinking about it!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Connie S. Koog

    Love finds away! Love it love it. It was a fun read and I loved the adventures they had and the strong women they were.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Trish

    Nun-sense Fun read with familiar people. Just enough historical elements to keep the time period straight, but the characters are still relatable and enjoyable.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    Delia Delia and her sisters travel for Texas to Louisiana on horseback accompanied by 3 men. This is a fun story about their trip.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Downey

    Aww, now reading the first book, I understand the dynamic between the characters! This was quite a journey for the 3 sisters and 2 brothers and cousin! Looked like romance was in store for all of them. Building their characters for this was lots of fun!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sherrie Rago

    I really enjoyed this book ..❤

  19. 4 out of 5

    Marsha

    I liked it. It was typical Carolyn Brown.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Viva Hurst Struzik

    A good read I enjoyed reading this book it kept my attention and made me want to continue reading. It was well written

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Hosey

    Fun book to read. Love it from beginning to the end.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    Thirsty This is a cute story of overcoming. There is danger along the way and slowly they all get used to each other learning to work together.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ginny Stevens

    Carolyn Brown weaves a great story that keeps your interest and with a feel good ending. First in a trilogy.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Pritchard

    Real page turner, had problems putting book down after first chapter. Great book

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lori Ann

    Good read 5 star rating!! I couldn't put it down once I started. Now I'm on to read the 2nd book of the 3. Good read 5 star rating!! I couldn't put it down once I started. Now I'm on to read the 2nd book of the 3.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Donna Duggins

    Light romance Women and men at the Alamo. Sister's being taken home to Louisiana and 3 men who prove to be honest and single. Light romance Women and men at the Alamo. Sister's being taken home to Louisiana and 3 men who prove to be honest and single.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Reviews by Madeline

    I enjoyed From Wine to Water (Angels & Outlaws, #1) . I wasn't entirely sure what to expect when I started reading but I definitely enjoyed all the different aspects. I enjoyed From Wine to Water (Angels & Outlaws, #1) . I wasn't entirely sure what to expect when I started reading but I definitely enjoyed all the different aspects.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Faye

    Three resilient ladies Reading this book makes me glad that I wasn't born in the 1800's. This book is a reminder of what our ancestors endured. These three sisters had the skills to survive thanks to the teaching of their father. Very enjoyable reading. Three resilient ladies Reading this book makes me glad that I wasn't born in the 1800's. This book is a reminder of what our ancestors endured. These three sisters had the skills to survive thanks to the teaching of their father. Very enjoyable reading.

  29. 4 out of 5

    phyllis gauthier

    I like historical novel I have read several of her books and enjoy all of them. The traveling was interesting. Our ancestors had a rough time settling this country.

  30. 4 out of 5

    CoffeeTimeRomance andMore

    From Wine to Water is a tender love story set in a time of war. I found the storyline engrossing and found the book moved along and was over before I knew it. Ms. Brown is a talented writer who writes with a voice able to lull the reader and provide a tender, or not so tender, love story. I recommend From Wine To Water for the heart and soul provided with each word. Delane Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More Full Review: http://www.coffeetimeromance.com/Book... From Wine to Water is a tender love story set in a time of war. I found the storyline engrossing and found the book moved along and was over before I knew it. Ms. Brown is a talented writer who writes with a voice able to lull the reader and provide a tender, or not so tender, love story. I recommend From Wine To Water for the heart and soul provided with each word. Delane Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More Full Review: http://www.coffeetimeromance.com/Book...

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