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Also by Ree Drummond:

The Pioneer Woman Cooks, November 2015
A Year of Holidays, November 2013
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The Pioneer Woman
Ree Drummond

Black Heels to Tractor Wheels--A Love Story

William Morrow
February 2011
On Sale: February 1, 2011
Featuring: Ree Drummond
352 pages
ISBN: 0061997161
EAN: 9780061997167
Kindle: B004GUSI0O
Hardcover / e-Book
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Paperback (reprint - February 2012)

Non-Fiction Memoir

The New York Times bestselling author and accidental ranch wife’s real-life storybook romance, set on a historic Oklahoma cattle ranch

Ree Drummond’s devoted fans know the wonderfully romantic story of how she met Marlboro Man and became a wife and mother through her wildly popular online serial memoir, Black Heels to Tractor Wheels. In this charming and poignant follow up to her smash New York Times bestselling cookbook, the author expands on her blog memoir to reveal even more funny, embarrassing, touching, and inspiring moments she’s never before shared—from her giddy twentysomething days dating surfer boys to the night she first met Marlboro Man to her dream honeymoon and the joys and real-life challenges of her first years of marriage.

Ree writes candidly of how she coped with the reality of living in the heart of the country, miles away from a real grocery store (let alone a Starbucks), and how she came to terms with the life and love she chose. With her trademark humor and warmth, hers is the universal story of a young woman’s transition from whimsical youth to full maturity—made unique by tornadoes, cows, and skunks. The Pioneer Woman reminds us what’s really important: family, hard work, and the love of a sexy cowboy.

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Good Morning America - August 26, 2011


2 comments posted.

Re: The Pioneer Woman

Wow, this is definitely a cool story - on my wish list!!!
(Felicia Ciaudelli 5:56pm March 10, 2012)

sounds like a great book
Gloria Walshver 10:07pm March 10, 2012)

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