From Publishers Weekly
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.
About the Author
Ms. Morsi pens heartwarming stories set in Small Town, USA. Her books are famous for their wit, humor, memorable characters, and down-home charm.
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I'm not much of a historical romance reader. On the surface this book is pretty much the opposite of what I read and review. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Rhianna Walker
perfect 2nd book after Marrying stone. All the characters well loved. Life in the Ozarks quite unique. Hope there will be more.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Pamela Mossi has the very best characters in her books! Love the women that she spins her stories around! And nobody tells a better plain folk story! Read morePublished 8 days ago by Wilma Englund
This book is different than any other I have read. The author makes this heart warming romance come alive with her accurate descriptions of culture and speech of the Ozark... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Joy Brooks
Started out very poorly, hero is portrayed as disabled and not just simple in my opinion. Not my cup of tea, sorry.Published 26 days ago by Dzoom
Cleverly sympathetically written about what could be a touchy subject about a "slow" person. Loved this story.Published 2 months ago by MSZ
I enjoyed reading this story. Jess was lovable and innocent. He was the better man.Published 3 months ago by Narda Rose Torgerson
I really liked this book ... a good story about imperfect people who aren't judgmental of each other but struggling against society's norms and ridicule.Published 3 months ago by Mary J. Aigner