Stetsons, Spring and Wedding Rings
Joseph Brooks suspects his mother of bringing a pretty young lady to town—as a mail-order bride. But Clara Woodrow is not that lady! Enchanted by her and determined to have no other, Joseph must use the magical last few days of spring to make Clara admit the desire they share for one another….
Courting Miss Perfect by Judith Stacy
First of all, this was one of the first books I read after my exhilirating experience of reading a book I'd been waiting for a long time and loved. Secondly, the first two stories weren't terribly exciting. I'll break down my review by each story.
Rocky Mountain Courtship by Jillian Hart:
This is actually a good, sweet story. Joseph and Clara are adorable. I like that Joseph fell in love at first sight, and he didn't care that Clara ...more
I adored Rocky Mountain Courtship. Joseph was so dang cute! I love how he was crazy about Clara right from the start. He was so excited thinking that she was his future bride he was almost giddy! I loved that he didn't care where she came f ...more
I got it for the third short story: Courted by the Cowboy by Stacey Kayne (Bride, #3). I was in the mood for a "she's not perfect but he loves her anyways" book- and that's exactly what I got. I don't read many historical romances, and don't think I've ever come across texas in this particular time period. I enjoyed hearing about their train rides, the need for chaparones, and horses.
Courting Miss Perfect by Judith Stacy was Ok. There is a re ...more
The third story "Courted by the Co ...more
Courting Miss Perfect by Judith Stacy - 2 Stars
Courted by the Cowboy by Stacey Kayne - 4.5 Stars
After earning her English degree from Whitman College, she worked in travel and advertising before selling her first novel.
When Jillian isn't working on her next story, she can be found puttering around her rose garden, curled up with a good book and sp ...more