A Match Made In Texas (Chatam House, #2)
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A Match Made In Texas (Chatam House #2)

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Kaylie Chatam is a "pediatric "nurse--she cares for babies and children. But her new patient is a very handsome "man." One with a harrowing secret. Why is Stephen Gallow recuperating from a serious injury at her family home in Texas? And why has Kaylie been asked to nurse him back to health? Her dear maiden aunts seem to be playing matchmaker. But Kaylie isn't expected to...more
Paperback, 214 pages
Published February 1st 2010 by Steeple Hill (first published January 1st 2010)
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This is the second time I've read this book, and the fact is that it is a very nice, traditional romance. It gives a sense of comfort and peace. Sure, the plot's not original, and it's been done many times over with variations. But what makes this unique is the spiritual growth of the characters. Love Inspired books are part of the Christian romance fiction genre. The idea is to look at romantic love from a Christian perspective, in other words, placing God in the center of a relationship. In th...more
You know what's going to happen from the beginning, but I still thought it was a nice, easy read.
Not really my type of thing, but it kept me entertained until the end.
Hockey player Stephen Gallow recovers at Chatham House with the help of nurse Kaylie Chatham.
Izzy Jarvis
corny, but cute. :)It's a cute christian romance book.
To be honest I got this book by mistake. I was looking for another book with a similar title while using the online catalog for my local library. Thinking I had the other book I placed it on hold and was surprised to get this one but I'm glad I did! It's a nice good clean romance. A light read for a quiet evening at home.
I didn't know what this was when I started reading it,but I knew the whole plot and its conclusion within 2 pages. Boring predictable drivel, (apologies to the author)
Jane Kelsey
The book is so lame and with no story line that I'm not even bother with an extensive review. Just don't read it, the book is not even worth half a star!
Hockey Player, Steven Gallow, recuperates at Chatam House.
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Arlene James has written romance for three decades, and has published 75+ novels. A mother of two wonderful sons and now a happy grandmother to the brightest of all grandchildren, she is finding her fifth decade to be great fun.

She and her very supportive husband of 35 years (whom she agreed to marry on their first date!) enjoy a busy social life and particularly delight in traveling. They have v...more
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