Sweetwood Bride

Sweetwood Bride

by Pamela Morsi
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Sweetwood Bride 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
northamericanwordcat More than 1 year ago
Fun!  The Sweetwood Bride might be Morsi least loved Americana book but for me it is such a fun read every time it has five star status.   It is a shotgun marriage when Eulie, our not far thinking heroine, frames Moss, our hero, into marriage.  I have a love of forced wedding plots because I like the couple to just have to deal with each other. All the time.  I think what draws me to this book besides Morsi's typical humor and lovely historical deatils is that the leads both grow, learn, and change.  This book might not be to everyone tastes but for me I like to settle in, accept who the character are, and enjoy. 
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sweetwood Bride by Pamela Morsi Reviewer: Pamela Ackerson (author of Home of the Braves trilogy) Time and time again, Pamela Morsi proves she belongs on the best seller list. We have a shotgun wedding forced on an innocent man by a young woman who has connived and tricked the town into believing she was seduced. Of course, no one believes Moss Collier--the old -- guilty before innocent creeps in the minds of the townspeople and whips up a good storyline. But it wasn't just any father she wanted for her brother and sisters, it had to be someone special. Eulie Toby's well constructed plan backfires as the two struggle with their newlywed status, his inner battle to be free of the Tennessee mountains and the desire for the warmth of a good woman by his side. Grab a nice cup of tea, a few snacks to tie you over and enjoy.