Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Texas Christmas Brides

Texas Christmas Brides
by: Cathy Marie Hake and Kathleen Y'Barbo

Anther great collection of novellas. These authors are quickly becoming two of my favorites. These 2 stories were very easy and quick to read. I love just about anything Christmas and this book was no exception. It was very interesting to have 4 grown men play matchmaking, but they did a great job! I love reading of pioneer days and this little town is one that you can fall in love with in the short time that you are there. I highly recommend visiting Cut Corners and finding out how the daughter of a less than reputable woman makes a new start and a refined woman from the big town of Boston falls in love with this small town in Texas.

Back of the Book:
Can two brides be lassoed in time for Christmas?

When four retired Texas Rangers try their hands at matchmaking, their efforts cause more fires than they can put out.

Peony Potter, a pretty girl with a mysterious past, has swept into town with a heap of trouble following close on her heels. When she come head-to-head with the local sheriff and his suspicions, their relationship seems forever splintered before its even begun.

Lacy Mather has come to Cut corners to help out at Millie's Diner until her great-aunt's broken arm mends. While she's in town, Lacey's delicious cooking is warming many hearts and stomachs - especially those of a iron-willed blacksmith.

As Christmas draws near, clandestine meetings are held and plans are afoot to foil plots to leave town. Will the town of Cut corners learn that no matter what plans they hold, God is the greatest planner of them all?

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