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Hometown Courtship

3.81 of 5 stars 3.81  ·  rating details  ·  63 ratings  ·  5 reviews
His matchmaking brother is sending another single gal Brad Sharp's way. Under the guise of community service The Make a Home project--building houses for the needy--is Brad's life. He fully expects hair stylist Callie Easton to show up for "work" with a pink hammer and not even use it. Hardly a match for him
With a heart of gold and a talent for transformation, Callie work
ebook, 256 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense (first published 2009)
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Ane Mulligan
Hometown Courtship is romantic comedy at its best! Callie is a gal with issues—some I could definitely identify with like losing things in the deep caverns of her handbag. But in Callie's case it was parking tickets and caused life-changing events. I loved her!

Brad Sharp has his own issues that are sad but are balanced with humor. The fun begins when his brother, the judge, sets him up. I loved the story behind this romance. It was fun and not the usual cookie-cutter romance. Hunt always delive
Callie and Brad have alot of rough patches in their personal lives that they try to use to keep themselves from eachother.

In the end they learn to lean on God's will and his path for their lives.

The challenge in the book that I found is how often we don't know if it's God's will our we want something so strongly we believe it's God's will when really it is only our own.
Matchmaking can be a tricky, humorous thing. Be careful of what you say, hear, or do!! Just as a book shouldn't be judged by its cover, neither should a person.
This was a very sweet book about two people getting through seperate struggles and then they find love with each other!
Wonderful story of 2 people finding love, after hardship in their life.
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Diann Hunt wrote romantic comedy and humorous women's fiction targeted to Christian women of the Baby Boomer generation. She'd lived in Indiana forever, had been happily married forever, loved her family, chocolate, her friends, her dog, and, well, chocolate. Her book "For Better or For Worse" is being made into a Hallmark movie, with production beginning in November, 2013.

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