Loved the way God brought the two of them together
September 24, 2013
Age: Over 65
Love how two strong personalities tried to hide their feelings for each other. And how God used different situations to bring them together and I fell in love with the two main characters and really enjoyed the story and had a hard time putting the book down.
"A Tailor-Made Bride" charmed me, not only with the details of dress-making and fashion in the Old West, but also with the pluck and inner strength of the protagonist. The livery man (of intrigue and trouble for the heroine) had to come to grips with his wrong-headedness and need for grace and redemption which added depth and truth to the story.
Well, as I am a fan of Karen Witemeyer, (I LOVED her book, "Short-Straw Bride") I decided that this book would be worth reading, and I wasn't disappointed. Not that it was one of most thrilling and original novels out there, but still a sweet story. I consider it an evening well spent, although I don't think I'll be reading it again.
Recommended to fans of Karen's and those who want a light, historical romance.
I have not read such a cute romance in months. I couldn't find really anything wrong with the characters or the plot. The author did a great job of keeping the story line going. I wasn't disappointed at all.