Homespun Bride

Homespun Bride When Lottie O Malley comes to Missouri as a mail order bride she learns that James Tillman the man who d sent for her has died In his place Lottie finds John James s brother as well as his two ch

  • Title: Homespun Bride
  • Author: Carolyn Davidson
  • ISBN: 9780821748350
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Lottie O Malley comes to Missouri as a mail order bride, she learns that James Tillman, the man who d sent for her, has died In his place, Lottie finds John, James s brother as well as his two children Now Lottie will touch a man s heart with a woman s passion, and the healing power of love.

    One thought on “Homespun Bride”

    1. Pretty average romance. I liked that there wern't any denied feelings or silly misunderstandings used to create conflict. Lottie was treated like a queen by John, and they got along throughout most the book. There was nothing unique to set it apart from other romances, but nothing to disappoint either. The heroine's extreme nievity about what happens in the "marriage bed" got a little annoying (and was just a bit unbelievable) but overall it was a nice, easy read.

    2. Easy to read book that is just a simple story. Nice for when you don't want to have to really think about what you are reading.

    3. I didn't like this book too much. The plot was almost passable, and the few sex passages were utterly lame. Not trashy enough for me. Though I did appreciate the historical correctness.

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