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STEPHEN'S BRIDE BY CALLIE HUTTON
Release Date: April 19, 2016
When Stephen McCoy leaves the home he shares with his brother Daniel, Daniel’s wife Rosemarie, and their four children to go into town to load up on supplies, he never expects to return with a bride.
Calliope Bender steps off the stagecoach in a wedding gown, carrying a wilted bouquet. She is running from an unwanted marriage, but needs a husband who will meet her requirements.
Stephen agrees to one of her conditions, but the ‘marriage in name only’ doesn’t sit well with him. Neither one of them is looking for love, but will it creep up on them when they aren’t looking?
REVIEW: STEPHEN'S BRIDE BY CALLIE HUTTON
Stephen's Bride by Callie Hutton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Wasn't too sure about Stephen's Bride. I love Ms. Hutton's regency romances but was not to sure how a story in the west would appeal. Midway through the first chapter I had forgotten the setting and fell head over heels for the characters. Calliope adventurous spirit came in handy when dealing with an environment that was a new experience. She took a chance that lead her to where she was meant to be. Stephen trusted his heart to guide him in the right direction and show him his place in the world. Learning to follow your instincts can prove to be the best decision made. A true original.
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