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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1539872696
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- Publisher: Prairie Rose Publications (November 10, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 10, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M5J1BWQ
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In A Christmas Groom, a confederate soldier returns home to Arizona Territory with plans to marry his sweetheart. Unfortunately, she thought he was dead and plans to wed another man. Unraveling this painful predicament made me ache for everyone involved—I couldn’t put the story down until I knew Tom and Mariah would find each other once again. Ms. Coverstone has done an excellent job creating two memorable characters.
In Widelooping A Christmas Cowboy, Clay has rescued Jessie from a Comanche raiding party only to discover that her outlaw brothers have been rustling his cattle. This leaves Clay in a moral dilemma since he’s become quite sweet on Jessie. I loved the interplay between these two characters and urge Ms. Washburn to give them their own full-length book.
In Another Auld Lang Syne, Hudson Meade is hurrying home to spend Christmas with his wife and children when he runs into an old love. As they reminisce, he realizes the past heartbreak he endured was all for the best. I’m pretty sure Ms. Patton references the Dan Fogelberg song ‘Same Old Lang Syne’—a favorite of mine—throughout the story, lending a melancholy tone that fits perfectly with the gratitude that Meade feels at the end for his family.
In Silver and Gold, an ex-con must set things right regarding a child he recently learns is his, and he seeks the help of a local woman filled with a deep resentment over the death of her husband. Healing these wounds is at the heart of this story of two hardened souls learning to love again. I always enjoy a tale by Ms. Spencer and this one is no exception.
In The Perfect Christmas Gift, Ms. Jenner has presented us a complicated story of a disintegrating marriage and how love can blossom in the most unexpected places. Katharine has been abandoned by her fortune-seeking spouse and lives with her brother-in-law, whose possessive nature soon causes her to fear for her life. But a newly-appointed sheriff steps in to help the woman, falling for her in the process. This challenging storyline is handled very well by Ms. Jenner and I was entranced by the story throughout.
In Every Knee Shall Bend, Sadie, a mail-order bride, is left to care for three children not her own when her groom dies immediately after they’re wed. When the groom’s brother arrives, both he and Sadie are drawn together amidst several tragic circumstances. Ms. Hanson deftly weaves a heartwarming atmosphere into the happily-ever-after, and the title refers not to the humans, but the animals. This story will fill your spirit.
COWBOY UNDER THE MISTLETOE
CHRISTMAAS COWBOY by Livia j Washburn
A cowboy, newly tired rancher, attempts to rescue a young lady from a renegade Indian raiding party, BUT will he have to be rescued when he returns her home the next day?
ANOTHER AULD LANG SYNE BY DONNA ALICE PATTON
Will a long married rancher be tempted by his first love on a cold winters night? OR will he make it home to his wife and family to celebrate Christmas Eve traditions?
SILVER AND GOLD BY KAYE SPENCER
A small town hit with tradgedy at Christmas time in need of help. A woman that lost her husband and gather in that town can bring the help they need. Will she be able to put her frief and loss aside to help the town residents?
THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT BY GAIL L JENNER
A young bride travels west with her husband to find fortune and adventure, but he abandons her and leaves her alone and unprotected in a strange town. How will she survive without family ad friends?
EVERY NEE SHALL BEND BY TANYA HANSON
A mail order bride is trying to survive and keep children safe that are not her own. A stranger rides into the homestead where she has taken refuge. Is he trouble or will he help her and the kids?
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This book exceeded expectations.
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