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Runaway bride Danna and her handsome new husband are happily setting up a new home and business in the small town of Harmony, where only months before they’d been stranded strangers together. While unpacking boxes Danna finds the gift from Minnie she’d never remembered to open. After finding the delicate silver locket with a young soldier’s picture in it, hopeless romantic ...more
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Published April 28th 2016 by Clean Reads
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Joyful
May 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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In this sweet and humerous story, Danna and Eric, the runaway bride and groom, are happily setting up a new home and business in the small town of Harmony. Just months before they’d been stranded there as strangers together. While unpacking boxes Danna finds the gift from Minnie she’d never remembered to open. Danna, the hopeless romantic, has to find out who the soldier pictured in this delicate silver locket is. Finding that the soldier was the only man Minnie had ever loved and lost, Danna is ...more
Bethany Swafford
May 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
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Happily married, Danna is settling into her new home. When she discovers a locket, gifted to her by her friend Minnie, and the picture of the soldier her friend had loved, she sets out to reunite old lovers, all while helping her new husband with their store and dealing with her mother-in-law.

I didn't realize this was a sequel when I first picked it up. Happily, it doesn't leave a new reader confused about what happened in the first book but also doesn't have too much repetition that would bore
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Dena
May 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
A delightful, light-hearted, clean read with a touch of humor, A Wife for Humphrey draws you in from the beginning and keeps a smile on your face. I enjoyed the authors depiction of small-town life and the charm of the townsfolks who add life to the story. Ms. Lorenzen has a way of making even the smallest details feel significant. You almost feel as if you are in Harmony enjoying dinner at the café or in the sweet shop admiring all the goodies. For me that's what defines good writing.

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T.
May 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I enjoyed this story very much. You are drawn back into the small town where Danna and Eric fell in love. This time you get to know a few of the characters a little more and begin to care about them as if they are your own family. It's a very sweet, feel good kind of story that makes you want to keep reading so you can find out if true love is forever. Great writing!
InD'tale Magazine
A cute contemporary romance that picks up where the "A Husband for Danna" left off, “A Wife for Humphrey” can also be read as a standalone.

Read full review in the 2016 September issue of InD'tale Magazine.
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