With This Ring – My Review

With This Ring- My Review  | The Engrafted WordI picked up this novella collection with high expectations. I’ve read all of these authors before and love their styles and stories. With This Ring did not disappoint. It was just as entertaining and romantic as I had hoped it would be.

Each individual novella read so sweet and smoothly, with some surprises thrown in. The heroes and heroines were all fun and unique. As the reader, I enjoyed stepping into these pioneer days and watching these western folks figure out how to make love work.

The characteristic wit and charm I’ve already come to admire from these authors was easily found in this work as well. The End always arrived too quickly and I found myself wishing the stories could go on a little longer. To me, that’s the sign of a successful novella collection. πŸ˜‰

This review is my honest opinion. Thanks to Regina Jennings and Bethany House for my copy.

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ABOUT THE BOOK:

Sometimes Love is Found in the Most Unexpected Places!
Love isn’t always a fairy tale, and it doesn’t always go as planned. Sometimes the best stories, though, are the ones that are the most unexpected. Join Karen Witemeyer, Mary Connealy, Regina Jennings, and Melissa Jagears for novellas that celebrate the power of love to triumph . . . even when circumstances go awry!

The Husband Maneuver
When ranch foreman Daniel Barrett seems ready to leave her life forever, Marietta Hawkins decides to grab the reins on their relationship. But to have any hope of maneuvering him into a proposal, she has to act fast or risk losing him completely.

Her Dearly Unintended
Josiah Huckabee just wanted to make sure Katie Ellen Watson was safe, but when the only bridge to her farm is washed out, the two find themselves alone. Alone, that is, until a menacing stranger appears. Maybe by pretending to be newlyweds, they’ll save their reputations–but can pretending to be in love turn into the real thing?

Runaway Bride
Hired to help Carrie Halsey escape from a dangerous man intent on making her his wife, Big John Conroy never expected the job to interrupt his solitary Texas Ranger life. But now that he’s promised to keep Carrie safe, he discovers he may just want to make a few more promises.

Engaging the Competition
Harrison Gray and tomboy Charlotte Andrews have been rivals for years. With Charlotte intended for someone else, it seems they’ll never settle their differences until an accident changes things completely. When Charlotte breaks Harrison’s glasses–without which he’s nearly blind–she must help with his teaching position, and working together forces these former adversaries to reconsider everything.

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Purchase Links
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Karen Witemeyer

ABOUT Karen Witemeyer:

Karen Witemeyer is a winner of the Carol Award and has been a finalist for the RITA Award and National Readers’ Choice Award. She lives with her husband and three children in Abilene, Texas. www.karenwitemeyer.com

 

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Tried & True - My ReviewABOUT Mary Connealy:

Mary Connealy is well-known for her award-winning, bestselling historical romantic comedies. She lives on a ranch in eastern Nebraska with her husband and has four grown daughters. www.maryconnealy.com

 

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A Most Inconvenient Marriage - My Review

 

ABOUT Regina Jennings:

Regina Jennings is the author of five acclaimed historical romances. She lives outside Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, with her husband and four children. www.reginajennings.com

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A Bride In Store - My ReviewABOUT Melissa Jagears:

Melissa Jagears, author of the Unexpected Brides series, is a homeschooling mother of three little ones on a tiny Kansas farm with a fixer-upper house. Her first novella, Love by the Letter, won the 2014 Carol Award for Best Novella. www.melissajagears.com

 

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6 comments on “With This Ring – My Review
  1. MS Barb says:

    I put this book on my Book request list for when my County Bookmobile comes to my town! I’m looking forward to reading it!

  2. Diana Guz says:

    Your review makes me want to read this book! Will pick it up when I can. πŸ™‚

  3. Trixi says:

    Great to know that even though these are shorter stories, they haven’t lost the authors voice πŸ™‚ I have this one and I’m certainly looking forward to reading it! Thanks for your review, Savanna.

    • Savanna Savanna says:

      Yes, Trixi, you can still appreciate the authors’ style and voice in this one too. πŸ™‚ You’ll have to share your review once you finish it. I’d love to know your thoughts on it. Thanks for visiting!

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