Sunday, February 12, 2012

A Tailor Made Bride Book Review

A Tailor-Made Bride by Karen Witemeyer is about Jericho “J.T.” Tucker, a livery owner has nothing but disdain for the new dress shopper owner Hannah Richards.  He has seen and suffered from her kind and does not need a beautiful woman to hurt him again.  Unfortunately, Hannah becomes dear friends with his sister Cordelia and he can avoid seeing her let alone spend time with her.  Is there more to this woman than just pretty dresses? 
I thought this was a sweet story of learning to overcome past hurt and trusting God with the future.  I thought Witemeyer did a wonderful job of intertwining romance, faith in God, and a small western town into an enjoyable read.  If you enjoy Christian historical fiction you will like this story. 

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