Jan 072014
 

Hott Synopsis:

Madeleine Houser accepts the use of a practically empty home so that she can write in peace while her home is overrun with contractors. The daily letters between Maddie and the widowed homeowner, Art, become a daily delight to each of them. Each thinking the other is elderly and still managing to gain a deep friendship they both begin to work through their reservations and hang-ups about love.

They’ll certainly be shocked if they ever do actually meet!

Hott Review:

WOW! This was such an amazing story I breezed right through it loving every second. I can barely wait for the next edition of A Year of Weddings!! The letters they wrote to each other made me fall in love with them. It was so sweet and adorable to be reminded that friendship is the better part pf marriage.

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Author: Deborah Raney
Source: Zondervan via Netgalley
Grade: A
Ages: 16+
Steam: Nada
Setting: Kansas
Series: A Year of Weddings, January

 

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  2 Responses to “Review – A January Bride”

  1. I’m just starting a December Bride! 🙂

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