Friday, December 19, 2014

The Nutcracker Bride

Author: Margaret Brownley
Publisher: Shiloh Run Studies
October 2014
Genre: Christmas Novella / Historical / Romance

The 12 Brides of Christmas! You're invited to a Christmas wedding...that is twelve of them!  Discover the joy of an old-fashioned Christmas romance with these twelve heart-warming stories. Brand-new stories from renowned inspirational fiction authors that take you into the heartland of historical America will release each week starting October 6.

Author note: The earlier version of this story had some errors that occurred during the electronic conversion.  My publisher has fixed the problem. Thank you for your patience and kind understanding.

#2: The Nutcracker Bride
When Texas ranger, Chad Prescott, wakes up from a gunshot injury in Kansas, he finds himself surrounded by German nutcrackers and nursed by the feisty Lucy Langdon.  Could this be the start of a beautiful friendship or just a bad dream?

My thoughts:  Margaret Brownley is another of my favorite historical authors. I absolutely loved THE NUTCRACKER BRIDE.  I thought Lucy’s character was beautifully done and I couoldn’t help but fall in love with Chad. I wanted to see these two get together.

Great Christmas novella. The three stories I read in this collection were stellar (this one, The Christmas Star Bride, and The Gingerbread Bride.. Don't miss THE NUTCRACKER BRIDE.

51 pages.

Don't be late!  Watch for all 12 stories:
October 6 - #1: The Advent Bride
October 13 - #2: The Nutcracker Bride
October 20 - #3: The Evergreen Bride
October 27 - #4: The Gift-Wrapped Bride
November 3 - #5: The Yuletide Bride
November 10 - #6: The Gingerbread Bride
November 17 - #7: The Nativity Bride
November 24 - #8: The Christmas Tree Bride
December 1 - #9: The Festive Bride
December 8 - #10: The Christmas Star Bride
December 15 - #11: The Snowbound Bride
December 22 - #12: The Fruitcake Bride

...have yourself a Cozy Little Christmas!

1 comment:

Judy said...

Great review Laura! I'm looking forward to reading them all! So far, I've only read, The Gingerbread Bride and I loved it.

Judy B