The Christmas Star Bride

The Christmas Star Bride

by Amanda Cabot

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ISBN-13: 9781630584832
Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/08/2014
Series: 12 Brides of Christmas , #10
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 88
Sales rank: 140,215
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Amanda Cabot is the bestselling author of more than thirty novels and half a dozen novellas, including Jeremy and Esther’s story, The Christmas Star Bride, and Waiting for Spring, which tells Madame Charlotte’s story. Although she grew up in the East, a few years ago Amanda and her high school sweetheart husband fulfilled a lifelong dream and are now living in Cheyenne. In addition to writing, Amanda enjoys traveling and sharing parts of her adopted home with readers in her Wednesday in Wyoming blog. One of Amanda’s greatest pleasures is hearing from readers, and so she invites you to find her online at

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The Christmas Star Bride 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Before you start reading, “The Christmas Star Bride”, I suggest that you grab a mug filled with your favorite hot beverage, find a nice, comfortable chair to sit in, then sit back and enjoy reading this wonderful, seasonal, heart-warming novel by Amanda Cabot. Amanda Cabot's novels are always filled with fresh ideas, plots, and characters which always guarantee a good read. “The Christmas Star Bride” is no exception. Debbie Darroch
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the sweet short read. Very nice.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very short but complete.
annieNC More than 1 year ago
Good short stories and quick reads. Must buys
DKStevens119 More than 1 year ago
The Christmas Star Bride is #10 in the 12 Brides of Christmas series.  Esther  Hathaway has dedicated her life to caring for her niece and running the family bakery after her sister and husband die. The story takes place in Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory in November of 1885.. When her niece starts planning a Christmas day wedding the tradition is to have a miniature painting  done for the newlyweds. Esther commissions Jeremy Snyder to paint the couples portrait and as they get  to know each other, while Jeremy paints in the comfort of the bakery,  they both discover the magic  and wonders of Christmas. This Christmas romance wasn't just the usual young people romance, although the  young couple was the reason for the wedding portrait. This was an older couple who had both lost their first  love due to war and the Battle at Gettysburg  and now have found romance later in life. I really liked this story and found it the perfect mix of faith, family and romance. I was gifted a copy of The Christmas Star Bride for my  honest opinion from Barbour Publishing which I have given.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Romance isn’t just for teenagers! This was the sweetest Christmas-spirit romance I have read in a while. Two deeply moving characters who have had heartache early in their lives and refused to let it happen again. Thrown together, they both discover the magic of the Christmas spirit and knowing God is in charge of their lives and future! A unique story-line with a bakery and a painter – it made it a page turner. This was a full story fit perfectly into a novella. I highly recommend this Christmas story for an uplifting read!  Received the story for an honest review. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love stories like this!
SunnieReviews More than 1 year ago
I have just finished reading The Christmas Star Bride, which I believe is book 9 in the 12 part series.  The story takes place in Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory in November of 1885. Esther Hathaway owns and runs a bakery.  She is a single middle-aged woman who has never married, although she has had someone in her past who she lost in wartimes.  She lives together with her niece, Susan, who will be getting married.  Susan's parents died as Susan was still young and was raised by Esther.  Their family tradition for the family brides was to give a gift of a Christmas Star, painted with the bride and groom.  Now that Esther was in Cheyenne, it was hard to find someone with the artistic talents she needed to complete this family tradition for Susan.  She had been searching for someone to complete this task and nearly given up all hope of finding someone when she came across an ad placed by Jeremy Snyder, an artist.  As he meets Esther, she is certain that he is capable of the request that she has made and he begins sketching Susan and her fiance in a part of the bakery.  This brings in customers who are interested onlookers and possible new clientele for Jeremy. As the days pass Esther begins having feelings for Jeremy as does he for her.  But neither is quite confident of the feelings of the other.  This is a sweet story and a story that will bring a smile to the reader.  I really enjoyed it and highly recommend it! I  received an ebook copy of this book from the publisher for my honest review which I have given.