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Want Ad Wedding, a Love Inspired novel in the Cowboy Creek series, by Cheryl St. John
The Bride Train was bringing a group of mail-order brides to Cowboy Creek. Daniel Gardner, town founder, was waiting to welcome it. Little did he expect to see his childhood sweetheart, Leah Swann – widowed and pregnant. It seemed only logical that the two arrange a marriage of convenience. But could more be in store for them in this Kansas town?
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Love Inspired Historical
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 0.76 X 4.21 (inches)|
Series: Cowboy Creek
wfnrenSt Cloud, FLAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5I love Leah's story as told by Cheryl.May 14, 2016wfnrenSt Cloud, FLAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Cheryl is just one of my favorite authors and she did not fail me with this book. I thoroughly enjoyed Leah's story and the way Cheryl tells it. I am really looking forward to the books to follow in this series both written by a couple of my favorite authors. The second is "Special Delivery Baby" by Sherri Shackelford (which I already have by the way) and "Bride by Arrangement" by Karen Kirst due out June 7, 2016. You can't lose my reading this book/series!
MarilynCoral Springs, FLAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Charming storyApril 7, 2016MarilynCoral Springs, FLAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is the first book in the Cowboy Creek collection. It will leave you wanting to learn so much more about the characters in this book. I can't wait for the next book in this series. Even though I feel they will all be stand alone novels, the beginning is a great place to start. Cheryl St. John does a great job developing her characters and dialogue.
Daniel Gardner is a leader among this newly developed town. He is a handsome, wealthy, loving and caring man. When the last person he expected to see arrives on the 'bride' train, he only wants what is best for her. Will he ever be enough or is what is best be someone else.
Leah is trying to find a new start and feels she is out of options except to answer the call for a bride train. When she arrives and finds her two best friends from childhood she is overwhelmed with joy. Will she continue to make poor choices or will she finally be able to open her heart and have a happy marriage.
I was given a copy of this novel from net galley for my honest opinion.
PeggySue5 Stars Out Of 5Favorite Author I've got all Cheryl's BooksMarch 23, 2016PeggySueQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I found Cheryl St. John books years ago and eagerly started looking for each new book. I re-read each of her books many times. She creates a world you fall back into realistic time and Want Ad Wedding is just such a book. You will want to read it over and over again. She makes me feel like I am right there in the past. This is a warm new offering for my bookcase, but I also recommend you pick up any and each of this author back list of books. I have enjoyed each book more than I can say, I wish I could do justice with my review to encourage new readers to fall into the Past with Cheryl St. John.
Teacher5 Stars Out Of 5Want Ad WeddingMarch 22, 2016TeacherQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Want Ad Wedding is full of charming characters you can't help root for. When childhood friends, Leah and Daniel, find themselves unexpectedly meeting after Leah answers a want ad for mail-order brides in the post Civil War boomtown of Cowboy Creek, Kansas, Daniel knows the only acceptable thing to do is ask her to marry him. Leah agrees to the proposal as a practical arrangement, after all, she is fond of Daniel. Will Leah realize her fondness has turned to love in time to keep from making one more mistake?