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Image of A Marriage in Middlebury


Image of A Marriage in Middlebury

Higman’s sweet tale will touch the heart in all the right places. Although a happily ever after is expected in a light romance, the way the story plays out here is meaningful. The only things missing from the pages are the recipes for the delectably described treats!

Charlotte Rose Hill has never forgotten her first love, Sam Wilder, but his father’s threats kept her from accepting his marriage proposal many years ago. Now he’s back in town with a fiancée in tow. They come to Charlotte’s tea shop to ask her to cater their reception. Will Charlotte, who prides herself on her matchmaking skills, overcome her feelings for Sam and find a love of her own? (ABINGDON, Nov., 304 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel