Montana Love Letter

Montana Love Letter A fresh start for her troubled daughter that s what widow Janelle Townsend wants to find in Bear Lake Montana The five year old girl hasn t spoken a word in months But when the family of two meets wi

  • Title: Montana Love Letter
  • Author: CharlotteCarter
  • ISBN: 9780373816521
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • A fresh start for her troubled daughter that s what widow Janelle Townsend wants to find in Bear Lake, Montana The five year old girl hasn t spoken a word in months But when the family of two meets widower Adam Hunter and his kind daughter, Janelle s child begins to blossom Still, the handsome auto mechanic keeps Janelle at arm s length He seems to be hiding somethingA fresh start for her troubled daughter that s what widow Janelle Townsend wants to find in Bear Lake, Montana The five year old girl hasn t spoken a word in months But when the family of two meets widower Adam Hunter and his kind daughter, Janelle s child begins to blossom Still, the handsome auto mechanic keeps Janelle at arm s length He seems to be hiding something painful something he can t bear to share Perhaps their two sweet children can help Janelle show him that opening the heart to love is life s greatest joy.

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    1. I really enjoyed this very sweet romance. Adam and Janelle were wonderful, the two young girls were adorable, great setting, and I loved the ending.

    2. Sweet romance, and in spite of the shortness the author managed to make all of the characters come alive with their quirks and flaws. As with the other Charlotte Carter novel I read, my only major complaint is that the characters didn't seem to have known each other long enough to be talking about marriage. I'm quite happy with an open ending that offers hope of marriage somewhere down the line, which often feels a lot more believable than the hero and heroine to be making wedding plans less tha [...]

    3. I enjoyed this so much. The issues the characters had were real. The hero's issue was very different for a contemporary romance, and I loved the uniqueness of it. Also the attention the author gave to the problem. I wanted more of the romance, but that's all I can have in this particular book line. I loved the children and the fishing scene was fabulous, making me laugh out loud. The evening I finished the book, I was privileged to meet the author--an absolutely delightful woman.

    4. I enjoyed this book. There was an unusual twist in the book that touched my heart (which I won't spoil. The author did a good job weaving this twist into the plot. Adam was a great guy. Janelle was a woman with problems who ended up in a caring place. (I'm ready to move there.) Both the hero and heroine have daughters, who manager their fair share of matchmaking. That's always a favorite of mine. Out of the mouth of babes.You'll enjoy the book.

    5. Love how the story develops with this one. Its not real face paced but not slow also. The author gave time for a build up you can believe would really happen this way if you were in Janelle's shoes. Loved this from the start til the end. When the two main characters got together i gave out a shout of happiness. Must read for any romance lover.

    6. I don't read a lot of Love Inspired books, maybe only a couple a year but came across this one and decided to read it. I enjoyed it and it was a quick read. Romance wasn't on the heavy side which was a plus for me.

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