Sweet, Romantic Collection about Tangled Up Stories of Love by NatalieMonk [WorldCat.org]
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Hearts Entwined : a Historical Romance Novella Collection.

by Karen Witemeyer; Mary Connealy; Regina Jennings; Melissa Jagears

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Sweet, Romantic Collection about Tangled Up Stories of Love   (2018-06-06)

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by NatalieMonk

My favorite moments & lines from this collection:

The Love Knot
"You ARE my future, Claire. Nothing is more important to me than you."
Ah! That line! And another moment that stole my heart is later in the book when Peter's sings a low lullaby to a baby. I loved learning about Peter and Claire's history together and where they hailed from.

The Tangled Ties that Bind
Starting the story with the characters up a tree--literally! Mary Connealy is a comedy genius. There's nothing like getting reacquainted with an old crush while hovering over the deadly horns of a mama buffalo. This scene came to life for me, calling up memories of a trip I took to Wyoming where I saw a buffalo napping beside a picnic table. The giant beast made the table look like doll house furniture.

Bound and Determined
If you've seen the movie HAWMPS! you will love this gem. Laughed myself to tears in the third chapter.  I thought, "Oh no she didn't just go there,” but yes, indeed, she did.

Tied and True
“Don’t shove away a lifetime of blessing because you fear trials. You’ll have them no matter what you do.” This story began with some beautiful, poignant moments and had me glued all the way through the ending.

My Overall Impression:
Loved this collection and would recommend to anyone who loves clean historical romance with a side of laughter. I sighed at the many sweet scenes interwoven with comedy and heart-tugging moments. Can't wait to read more from all these authors!


*I received a copy of this book from the publisher free of charge. My review is voluntary, and the opinions expressed are my own.




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