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by Jillian Hart

Genre: Series, Love Inspired Historical, Current Series Imprints

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PATCHWORK BRIDE (4) by Jillian Hart: Angel Falls, Montana Territory, 1884: Meredith Worthington is happy to be back home and not at the finishing school her mother sent her to in Boston. Shane Connelly, a horse trainer’s assistant who left his family’s business behind, meets Meredith when her buggy gets stuck in the mud. Meredith is attracted to him, but her overbearing mother makes it clear Shane is not one of them, and she is not to have anything to do with him. This is a beautiful love story between two people from different stations in life, or so it appears. The characters are balanced and well thought out and the storyline flows nicely.

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans


Published: August 2010

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Patchwork Bride /Buttons & Bobbins/

Submitted by mlacroix on August 16, 2010 - 3:01pm.

Meredith Worthington has returned to Angel Falls, Montana from her eastern finishing school. Her goal in life is to become a teacher, but her families wealth keeps her from her dream. Shane Connelly has escaped his wealthy family in Virginia to become an apprentice to a horseman. It's his dream to train horses. Shane comes to Angel Falls to train a herd of horses with his boss, for a wealthy rancher.
Shane isn't ready to settle down, but he can't resist the charm of Meredith. Meredith's mother is as determined to not allow her daughter to become a schoolteacher or become involved with Shane, who she believes is nothing but a saddle tramp.
I loved this book, the characters and the plot were realistic. Meredith was determined not to become what her mother demanded of her just as Shane was determined to become something on his own merit