Monday, May 23, 2011

Small-Town Moms by Janet Tronstad and Debra Clopton

From the Cover:

A Dry Creek Family by Janet Tronstad
Maegan Shay is on a mission—to meet her long-lost niece, Lilly, in Dry Creek, Montana. When Maegan discovers she and Lilly share a special trait, the two grow close. Now the girl's handsome guardian, Clint Parker, fears he can't be what Lilly needs. Unless Maegan can show him what faith and family are all about.

A Mother for Mule Hollow by Debra Clopton

Widowed mother Olivia Dancer arrives in Mule Hollow, Texas, to check on her nephew—and his single father. But gorgeous rancher Gabe McKennon isn't exactly welcoming, for reasons that break and touch Olivia's heart. Until they're both won over by the town matchmakers and a little boy who just wants a mama.

Tifferz Take-
I received an arc copy of Small-Town Moms. I was super excited when it showed up in my mailbox! This is my first read from both authors and won't be my last.
Who doesn't like a sweet novella made for Mothers Day. These stories will warm your heart. I thought both books were well thought out and intertwined perfectly. I was not sure they would be able to pull it off, but they did. I think my favorite part was Epilogue. It tied things up perfectly and left me the reader very satisfied. I could relate to the characters and felt both stories were not too pushy with the religion. I have read some Christan romances and they make me want to gag. This had reference throughout both stories to God, reading the Bible, prayer and Church but it was done in a tasteful way and . I would recommend this read to anyone who wants a quick pick me up! I will be looking for more from both authors.

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