Thursday, January 28, 2010
Author: Debbie Macomber
Title: Mail-Order Bride (short story in Small Town Christmas)
Series: Stand Alone
Genre: Holiday Romance
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Book From: Library
My Rating: 3.5
Date Started: Jan 26, 2010
Date Finished: Jan 28, 2010
This one was very cute, but on the silly side.. It held my attention, but didn't have me running back to read more.
I felt the ending was cut a little short as well.. I would've liked to get a little deeper into how things ended up.
Description from the publisher:
Caroline Myers had been eighteen when she'd discovered how potent her great-grandfather's recipe for "tea" was. So, when her two maiden aunts suggested a vacation to Alaska, Caroline was certain they'd overindulged in the family brew. Why go now - especially after she'd just been jilted by her erstwhile fiance?
But Caroline didn't know that her well-meaning relatives had cooked up a scheme - they'd decided that becoming a mail-order bride for rugged Alaskan Paul Trevor would be perfect for Caroline. And, after gazing into Paul's dark eyes, Caroline had to agree...and wonder if she’d just found a more potent elixir than Grandfather’s tea could ever be.