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A January Bride
By Deborah Raney
Published by Zondervan
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On 10/20 Katrina Roets wrote: It's no secret that I love this series of novellas. In fact, I've enjoyed them so much that I actually went to the publisher and asked if I could review the two earlier ones that I had missed. This was one of those and I loved it as much as I loved the others. I'm not really sure what to say that I haven't ... Book Review: A January Bride
On 4/7 ceemee wrote: Annabeth's Inn became more than a peaceful place where author Madeleine Houser continued writing her latest novel, when the construction at her sister's place became too distracting. She was grateful to octogenarian Ginny Ross, her neighbor and friend, for the arrangement made with the inn's owner and ... A January Bride by Deborah Raney, Cymplified!
On 3/13 Life isnt a fairytale wrote: One of my friends is getting married! She is the sweetest thing! My dear Mal Pal is getting married! I'm thrilled. She is so sweet! Aren't they just adorable. She is getting married May 3, which is a day before my Birthday! How awesome is that? It's like two celebrations into one! This ... Bridal Shower + Some Awesome Bridal Novels to Check out!
On 3/9 lheintzelman wrote: I really enjoyed reading A January Bride by Deborah Raney. I love to read books about brides and this book is another one of the books in the Year of Brides series. You can read my review of A December Bride here. Madeleine Houser is an author with a deadline for her next book. She has just ... Book Review ** A January Bride
On 3/7 Simply Emmy wrote: The story is filled with warmth. I liked the idea of how Deborah Raney, the author, brought in the traditional or old-fashioned to the modern, that of the characters writing each other love letters – in the form of little notes. The relationship of the characters were built through the written word ... Slow and Sweet
On 3/6 Renn S wrote: What will happen when novelist Madeleine Houser's 'pen pal' friendship with a lonely widower takes an unexpected turn? Who can work in a house that's overrun by contractors and carpenters? Not Madeleine Houser, a successful novelist who gladly accepts the help of her octogenarian friend, Ginny, to ... A January Bride by Deborah Raney
On 3/2 mamampira wrote: When Booksneeze offered me the chance to read and review A January Bride (for free!), I jumped at the chance. I had already read A December Bride, a gentle romance and this one did not disappoint. Madeleine Hunter, novelist, has temporarily moved into her sister's house in the small town of Clayburn, ... A January Bride (A 'Year of Weddings' Novella)
On 2/26 Sarah Holman wrote: Buy it HereAge Appropriate For: 13 and up for mild romanceBest for Ages: 15 and upDescription: Who can work in a house that's overrun by contractors and carpenters? Not Madeleine Houser, a successful novelist who gladly accepts the help of her octogenarian friend, Ginny, to arrange for a temporary office ... Adventure Between the Pages: A January Bride
On 2/25 Evie Harris wrote: Romance writer, Maddie Houser, leaves her New York city home to come to Clayburn, Kansas to help her sister and to be closer to their mother who is in a nursing home. She is staying in her sister's house while it is being prepared for sale. With an impending deadline for her next book, she finds it ... A January Bride
On 2/20 Carrie wrote: I’ve been reading a love of short novellas lately, many of them about weddings. A January Bride is the second in a series of wedding themed novellas written by well-known authors. Maddie is a best selling novelist who agrees to help out her sister by living in her sister’s home while it is being ... A January Bride - okay, not great