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Seven Brides for Seven Mail-Order Husbands Romance Collection: A Newspaper Ad for Husbands Brings a Wave of Men to a Small Kansas Town Kindle Edition
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A wonderfully sweet story! I loved how the Sheriff couldn't decide what he wanted but God kept pushing him in the right direction! The Mayor knew what she wanted from the beginning but had to trust God to fulfill her heart's desires! I'm looking forward to enjoying the rest of this anthology! This was a great way to start it!!
The Kidnapped Groom By Susan Page Davis
I laughed a lot during this book and even had to share a bit of the story with my husband to explain my laughing out loud!! A great story that pulled me in right away! Those boys were perfectly described and I could see my own son responding that way! Truly a great novella and I love the whole concept of this anthology!
A Clean Slate by Susanne Dietze
A brilliant story full of forgiveness, and growing in both mind and spirit! I loved the loose piglet escapade and the secondary romances going on all around them! Of course the final schoolhouse scene was my favorite!
Sunshine of My Heart by Darlene Franklin
So sweet! I loved how they knew right away they were meant for each other and trusted God on the timing! Just a beautiful story of tender love that grows and strengthens!
Come What May by Patty Smith Hall
Stubborn men! Oh, this Luke frustrated me to no end! He loves her but doesn't feel worthy enough for Chardy because of his disability from the war! I just want to strangle this guy! Sure glad this story finally had a happy ending!! The brothers on the other hand impressed me with their wisdom beyond their years and their love for their sister! I love books that make me emotional! And this one definitely did that!!
Dime Novel Suitor by Carrie Fancett Pagels
A wonderfully funny case of misunderstandings let's a British nobleman take on the role of fiance unbeknownst to him. But God leads them down the right path despite their confusion! I really enjoyed this book! And I look forward to reading more of hers!
Louder than Words by Gina Welborn
I had a harder time getting into this book with so much detail in the beginning but it was worth the effort and was a wonderful book! I especially loved the private picnic and the ending (although it did end rather abruptly)! That Jane is an amazing woman who deserves a man like him! Two people who are quite opposite of traditional roles make a wonderful couple together!
Not all of the brides and grooms meet at the auditions. Some were not even looking but found love anyway. There are happily ever after endings, there are some very suspenseful moments, funny moments and heart-tugging moments as well. There's even a kidnapping or two.
This book is one you can read over and over and still love each character. I loved the strong minded Abigail and Josiah in "Abigail's Proposal".
The Piner boys stole my heart in "The Kidnapped Groom". "A Clean Slate" found me rooting for more than one relationship. Debbie had a clever question of the men at the audition in "Sunshine of My Heart" and proved that a woman can get what she wants. "Come What May" had me reaching for tissues more than once. I loved the misunderstanding at the center of "Dime Novel Suitor". Barden was one of my favorite characters. The soldiers coming through town added a nice historical touch to the story as well. I enjoyed "Louder Than Words" because of Jane Ransome she was so helpful behind the scenes of so many people's lives yet she seemed to be somewhat overlooked because of the color of her skin. It was also the story of a reporter looking for more out of his life, and what lengths he went to when he finally decided what it was he truly wanted.
*I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy from NetGalley. I also received a beautiful print copy as a gift from one of the authors that I will treasure (see attached photo). The opinion expressed is entirely my own. I have this book on my Kindle wishlist too.
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Abigail’s Proposal by Cynthia Hickey
This is the first story in the book and sets up the whole book.Read more