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Steeple Hill Books Instant Prairie Family

Will Hopkins's new housekeeper is the prettiest young woman he's ever seen-and that's the problem. Will thought Abigail Stewart would be a middle-aged matron well suited to hardscrabble prairie life. Even if his young sons are entranced by her wholesome kindness, his only option is to send Abby back east. For the sake of propriety.and his guarded heart.

Answering the newspaper advertisement was Abby's chance of escape from her unhappy home. But now her employer has turned out to be a rugged widower instead of a widow. A marriage in name only will allow her to remain long enough to find another job. Or until a misunderstanding becomes the means to a second-chance family..

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A Sweet Prairie Tale

Date:September 30, 2012
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Endearing children and love on the prairie.
Running ink and a first name that could go either way are what bring Abby and Will together in this charming romance.
I loved the way this story began with a meeting of misunderstandings, that was quite funny. (You're going to have to read this book to know what I'm talkign about!)
The children were just adorable, especially Tommy, who was just too cute for his britches. The story was well-paced, and the characters were endearing. One of my favorite characters was the preacher, Collin, who in my opinion is in need of a wife. Collin was just such a great encourager, and mentor to both Will and Abby. A terrific man who was a big part of the story.
Overall, this was a charming read in which I liked the interactions between the characters, with Abby and Will as well as her interaction with the children. An engaging read about trusting that God doesn't make mistakes.
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