Thursday, August 13, 2015

A Bride For All Seasons Review



A Bride for All Seasons by Margaret Brownley, Debra Clopton, Robin Lee Hatcher, and Mary Connealy came out last year.  It is an anthology of short stories by each of these authors.  The genre is Inspirational Romance, and Historical Fiction. 

Synopsis:

Mr. Hitchcock runs the Hitching Post Mail Order Bride business.  He needs to help four couples see beyond their rough draft letters of their letters have a little nudge towards love.  Can he help them see the errors of their way?  A little twist of a word or drop a page or two or a rewrite might just make the difference each of their letters.  How would these couples feel about his interference in their plans? 

My Thoughts:

I am not a huge fan of anthologies that being said.  I did like this one.  I thought that the concept for this anthology is great and full of humor.  I wish that all the authors had stuck more to the format of the first story in the anthology.  I loved all the stories but one.  The last anthology I read the authors which were a different set than what I just read had a great plan to keep the reader interested in the entire novel.  They shared information with each other which made for a more enjoyable read all around. 

These stories were set in different states Texas, Kansas, Idaho, and Wyoming.  The best part of this novel is the humor interlaced with these unsuspecting couples. There is also guide listed at the end of the first story to help you understand Mr. Hitchock’s meddling ways.  

Rating:

3.75/5

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Margaret Brownley, DebraClopton, Robin Lee Hatcher,  and Mary Connealy.

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