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Western Weddings by Jillian Hart
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Jul 30, 2008

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Rocky Mountain Bride by Jillian Hart starts this anthology out with a man with very interfereing parents. They have convinced Savannah to travel across the country with the hopes she will marry their son who has been hurt in the past. Savannnah soon learns that the uninterested and grumpy son is not the only man in town looking for a wife. Overall, a fun read that is fast paced and a pleasure.

Shotgun Vows by Kate Bridges makes the perfect middle story. If you follow Kate's Mounties, you will recognize most the characters. Milly's father is very strict about who may aproach his daughter so Mountie Weston definitely doesn't earn any favors from him when he is caught in a compromising situation with her. Life changes real quick for both of them. Good thing they have a burning passion for each other but getting them to trust seems an impossible task. However, Kate was definitely up to the challenge. I loved the entire struggle.

Springville Wife by Charlene Sands completes the anthology beautifully with a very heart touching tale with perfectly placed humor. I fell in love with Grace's Aunt and Caleb's neice while those two were trying to fight their feeling for each other. Both had pasts they weren't willing to forget easily. Grace is a recent widow while Caleb is a spurned groom-to-be. Watching them fall in love was a joy. Overall, this anthology had a wonderful blend of authors and is sure to please.

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