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Courting Miss Hattie - Pamela Morsi
Courting Miss Hattie
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4.00 10
Format: kindle
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
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Punya Reviews...
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4.0 Courting Miss Hattie
My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts...I have waited to pick up another Pamela Morsi book for at least 4 yrs. There is a reason behind it but I am not here to discuss that. Recently I decided I need to give her older romance a try once again. Last week I finished “Sealed with a...
salythereader rated it
Rating 3.5 starsThis is not my favourite book by this author. The heroine is 29 and a spinster and plain looking so everyone thinks she doesn't want romance in life but that is not the case, she yearns for family and romance and when a widower with seven kids declares his intention to court her, she...
trewen rated it
3.0 Courting Miss Hattie
3 1/2 starsThis was a sweet story and I loved Hattie. But, I just couldn't give it more stars.... It really ticked me off how such a lovely, likable women in the community was called Horse Face and Old Maid, etc. Even the preacher was a dick! Just so many disparaging remarks that it left a bad tast...
Romancing the Novel
Romancing the Novel rated it
Miss Hattie Colfax is a 29 year old spinster who has been successfully running her small town Arkansas farm with the help of her 25 year old best friend/ neighbor, Reed Tyler. Reed has been helping then sharecropping on this farm since he was about 12-13 years old. He and Hattie are great friends a...
Bookish Shenanigans
Bookish Shenanigans rated it
I have no words. Perfection. Expanded thoughts: Although I would normally be troubled by a hero who is already engaged, it worked in this book, and the bratty betrothed actually has more layers than initially portrayed. Miss Hattie is a wonderful character who reminds me a bit of Maggie Osborne's Je...
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