You'll be delighted with the wit and humor of three stories of marriage plans that don't go as expected. Clara Fields tries to escape a difficult situation by finding a bride for a storekeeper's son, only to discover that the task is more complicated than she thought. The shotgun wedding that results from Opal Speck's hasty confession-that Adam Grogan is the father of her unborn baby-ends up creating more problems than it solves. Gavin Miller's mistaken proposal to the wrong cousin leads to tension when Marguerite Chandler-the wrong bride-and Daisy-the right bride-both arrive in town.
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Customer Reviews for Prairie Promises Trilogy
Review 1 for Prairie Promises Trilogy
Date:August 4, 2012
Lots of humor. Entertaining stories. The writing needed tightening up.
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Review 2 for Prairie Promises Trilogy
A Heck of a Trilogy
Date:July 1, 2012
Prairie Promises is a unique and intriguing series. If you like western historical fiction, then you will enjoy these stories. The setting is very charming and the stories are humorous and sometimes dramatic. The characters are very likable as well. However, the editing was not done very well and there were quite a few errors. Overall though, this is a good series and you will not be disappointed.