“A September Bride” by Kathryn Springer

Here’s a delightful romance for the month of September. Jesse had no idea so much could happen during his three-week absence, but while he’s been gone, his widowed mother has hired a manager for her book store and is showing interest in a certain gentleman. Anne Price finally feels at home in the small town she’s landed in—so long as she doesn’t count being stopped by a heart-stopping deputy for a rusty tailpipe and a burnt brake light. And who could know she’d end up “marrying” him?
As this is a novella, I’d hate to give away too much of the plot. I did find it and the characters interesting and amusing. This makes a great Sunday afternoon read. While the story is light-hearted, the themes within touch on heart issues that go beyond romance.
Kathryn has an engaging writing style, and I will be looking for more of her work in future. However I do wish editors/publishers would stop requiring discussion questions at the end. It ruins a perfectly wonderful story.
Thank you to NetGalley (https://www.netgalley.com) and Zondervan for allowing me to read and review this book.


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