Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Twice A Bride by Mona Hodgson- Charming
In a breath of a moment love renders quiet thoughts.
Willow with the imminent death of a loved one is given an opportunity to be in sales but her hopes lie in the paint spread upon the canvas. Willow is an asset in Cripple Creek but will she be able to cease the longings of her yearning heart?
Trenton Van DerVeer photographer and creator of beauty on a glass plate takes a suggestion from a client on a new way of producing portraiture. Could this be the avenue he needs to expand his business?
Four sisters, each with their own life's trial come together for each other in the path of uncertainty and confusion.
Romance, loss, happiness and reality are introduced into the broad emotions displayed within the pages of this book. Charming, entertaining and at times mildly predictable this fourth book in the series will catch your attention. My favorite thus far. Can be read as a stand alone novel although part of a series. Characters were well developed and dialogue and scenery meshed well. I found the overall message to be inspiring and I was entertained. I will recommend this creative novel to others. 4 Stars! I received this book for free from Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.
Over the last twenty-five years, Mona Hodgson’s publishing credits have grown to include nearly thirty children's books, contributions to more than ten books for adults, and four historical novels, including her debut, Two Brides Too Many in The Sinclair Sisters of Cripple Creek Series. Mona is a popular speaker for women's groups, schools, and educators’ and writers’ conferences. She lives in Arizona with her husband and has two daughters and several grandchildren