ONE OF THEM WOULD HAVE TO MARRY
The McLain brothers were fed up and tiredtired of the hunger in their cowboy-sized stomachs, tired of dingy curtains and dirty dishes. Tired of worrying about who to leave the ranch to when they were gone. Luke could imagine the perfect wifebiddable, tidy and willingand when he saw Eleanor Williams in church one Sunday, he thought she'd do just fine. But little did he knew that the practical Eleanor had a mind of her ownand other ideas about marriage!