Ramshackle Rose
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Ramshackle Rose

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Satisfy the legions of romance readers hungry for wholesome, Christ-centered stories by carrying Barbour's Heartsong Presents line. Each of these mass market paperback novels is a top-quality romance reflecting Christian values through realistic stories. Available in both contemporary and historic settings, Heartsong Presents novels offer something for every romance reader...more
Mass Market, 176 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
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This was one of the sweetest stories I've ever read.

Rose has a pleasant life in Buttonhole, Virginia. True, people think she's a bit dotty, but she doesn't mind. She's content with her life, which consists largely of helping others. Then Garret Diamond moves to town to take charge of the failing mercantile. Under his capable hands, the store turns a profit, and all the mothers seek to make his "acquaintance" with their single daughters. However, it is Rose who intrigues him. When he finds out h...more
Shellie Nicholson
This story was cute. I enjoyed the characters, and seeing what happened with them. It was well written with an interesting plot, and likable characters.
Can't believe I was getting caught up in all the baking and products on the emporium's shelves... but I was. It was cute.
Fun, clean, and romantic. A very easy read. Rose lives ins a small town, and is a proclaimed spinster. When Garret Diamond moves into the community, and find out her tightly held secret, she is terrified. I liked this book, but it was very mild. Maybe I like more crazy, and unrealistic stuff? I don't know. This just seemed really sedate. Very realistic, life like situations. Very little drama.
This is a very beautiful book. it shows the application of doing something without bragging about it.
This was my favorite book of this series! Loved it!
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