My Thoughts About the Book:
I read the first book in the Butternut Creek series when Pastor Adam first came to this sweet little small town. I laughed at all the antics of the widows then and was excited to pick right back up on all the fun in this book, "The Matchmakers of Butternut Creek". Growing up in a small town in Kentucky I had to laugh out loud because I have seen many of these things happen in real life. I enjoyed the walk down memory lane and also the adventures the widows always seem to get themselves into.
This book is crafted to be a sweet adventure for anyone willing to come along for the ride. I loved the new characters in the story line and even if you didn't read the first book, you will quickly be able to catch up and enjoy everything just as though you did. I can't wait to see what's next for the widows at Butternut Creek.
About the Book:
Once again, the Widows of Butternut Creek are determined to find a bride for Pastor Adam. This time, their candidate is as gun shy as the pastor!
A traumatic experience as a college freshman has left Gussie Milton 'once bitten, twice shy.' Although she'd like a relationship, she's frightened, so she's thrown herself into caring for her aging parents, her photography business, and her church. In the eyes of Miss Birdie and her friend Mercedes, aka 'the Widows,' Gussie would make their young pastor the perfect wife. And though the attraction proves mutual, first Gussie's past and then the pastor's hopes for the future threaten to keep them apart. Can the Widows' meddling be the catalyst that changes the couple's lives forever?
About the Author:
Jane Myers Perrine draws on her experiences as an ordained minister to write the tales from Butternut Creek series. She lives in Texas with her husband, who is also a minister.
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