Reader Review: This is a wholesome sweet story about two former sweethearts reuniting. I really loved the settings which the author described beautifully (the winter landscapes are particularly vivid). The characters are realistic and appealing and their issues and concerns are handled with insight and maturity. Although thereâs not a lot of action in this story, it still manages to keep you turning the pages until you reach the uplifting ending.
Montana Territory in 1883 was a dangerous placeespecially for a blind woman struggling to make her way through an early winter snowstorm. Undaunted, Noelle Kramer fought to remain independent. But then a runaway horse nearly plunged her into a rushing, ice-choked river, before a stranger's strong, sure hand saved her from certain death.
And yet this was no stranger. Though she could not know it, her rescuer was rancher Thad McKaslin, the man who had once loved her more than life itself. Losing her had shaken all his most deeply held beliefs. Now he wondered if the return of this strong woman was a sign that somehow he could find his way home.
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|Title of Erotic eBook: Homespun Bride||Series: The McKaslin Clan, , #10|
|Release Date: 04-01-2013|
|Publisher: Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historical|
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The tiny railroad town of Angel Falls was a symphony of noise. Because she was blind, Noelle Kramer had gotten the knack of separating one sound from another. There was the chink of horseshoes on the hard-packed snow and ice as teamsters and riders hurried on their way. The merry bell in the church steeple clanged a melody, marking the late-afternoon hour. The businesslike clip-clip of ladies'shoes on the swept-clean board-walk was like a metronome tapping the meter. The low-throated rumble of the train, two blocks over, added a steady bass percussion as it idled on steel tracks.
It all painted a picture, of sorts, but there was so much missing. She could not see the colorful window displays of the shops. Were they bright with spring colors yet? While she could not know this, not without asking her dear aunt, who was busy fussing with their horse's tether rope, she tried to picture what she could. She hadn't been blind so long that she couldn't remember the look of things. She only had to pull it up in her mind, the main street with its cheerful window displays, awnings and continuous boardwalks.
What she couldn't picture was her friend Lanna, from their school days, who'd been in the dress shop when she and her aunt had stopped to pick up a new hat. Lanna had been bursting with happiness. The brightest notes of joy rang in her voice as she'd been fitted for her wedding dress.
Noelle closed her eyes against the pain; she closed her thoughts and her heart, too. She'd never asked what had become of the wedding gown she'd had made. The one she'd never had a chance to pick up for her wedding day.
She rubbed the fourth finger of her left hand, so bare beneath the thick woolen glove. She un...
Title: Homespun Bride
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Number of Comments: 6 Rating(s) 5 Review(s)
1 of 2 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
October 11, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from somewhere in Arkansas
This book was a light read that had good morals. I really like this book
This is a wonderful read, both romantic and inspir
April 2, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from belmont, NC US
This is a wonderful read, both romantic and inspirational. Fans of the west are sure to enjoy this story of two people who had given up on a future together, but are given a second chance to realize their dreams. I love the characters and how they learn to trust each other.
I highly recommend this book to readers who enjoy a sweet and emotional romance without all the graphic scenes.
July 5, 2012
I like the characters in the story. After reading this i asked my self, if second chance or rather the comeback of the long lost love can happen in real life. I like the way the author describe the emotion or feeling of the characters to each others. But most of all it ends happily just what i hoped for a love story. I recommend this to readers coz if found it inspirational and will somehow touch their hearts.
March 31, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from New Zealand
This is a wholesome sweet story about two former sweethearts reuniting. I really loved the settings which the author described beautifully (the winter landscapes are particularly vivid). The characters are realistic and appealing and their issues and concerns are handled with insight and maturity. Although thereâs not a lot of action in this story, it still manages to keep you turning the pages until you reach the uplifting ending.
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