A January Bride was a cute follow up after A December Bride. A novella that floats very well for only such chapter brings delight in friendship that starts as a courtship over letters and then a romance of very delicate proportions.
One of the most unlikely romances bud from a written courtship. Melanie is brought into town to take care of her sisters house during renovations and her mother who is in a nursing home. Arthur runs a bed and breakfast and has been since the death of his late wife. Melanie and Art become close after a misconception that seems to be way off. They finally come together but the both of them will need to learn how to let go of the past and find happiness with God leading them into the future. Though, God does have a funny bone of sorts, a mutual friend of the two, Ginny, helps to put the two together. It’s an amazing tale of whirlwind confusion and sweet letters of hope and compassion packed into the little novella.
This is a nice read for those nice warm days to come ahead and if not warm then snuggle by warmth and dive into A Year of Weddings Novella(s).
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