Review: The Westward Christmas Brides Collection

8 Dec

Westward Christmas Brides

Take the journey into the American west alongside nine women who are chasing their dreams—Cynthia, for security; Beryl, for a new family; Adeline, for freedom; Molly, for marriage; Beth, for a new start; Belinda, for a place to heal; Suzette, for adventure; Juliet, for peace; and Caroline, for a future for her children. Celebrate Christmas alongside these pioneers as love finds them in nine distinctly different romances penned by leading Christian fiction authors, including New York Times bestselling author Wanda E. Brunstetter.

The collection includes:

~ A Christmas Prayer by Wanda Brunstetter
~ Another Christmas Story by Susan Page Davis
~ The Reluctant Runaway by Melanie Dobson
~ A Stagecoach Christmas by Cathy Liggett
~ Forging a Family by Vickie McDonough
~ Snow Song by Olivia Newport
~ Christmas, Maybe by Janet Spaeth
~ The Christmas Bread by Jennifer Rogers Spinola
~ Christmas Bounty by MaryLu Tyndall

I loved this wonderful collection!  Christmas stories are among my favorites and I was delighted by these novellas.  I opened the pages of this beautiful book and journeyed into the Old West.  From wagon trains to passenger trains, the detailed history and charming characters warmed my heart.  I loved the uniqueness of each Christmas romance and highly recommend The Westward Christmas Brides Collection!

I received a complimentary copy of this book from The Book Club Network.  All thoughts expressed are my own and no monetary compensation was received.

One Response to “Review: The Westward Christmas Brides Collection”

  1. kelly @kellyblackwell December 18, 2014 at 12:05 am #

    Looks incredible! Love a good compilation. Thank you for sharing!

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