The news spread like brush fire through the whole county when widower Ancil Drayton announced his intention to start courting Miss Hattie Colfax. She was. Pamela Morsi’s Americana romances always give me a cozy feeling when I Courting Miss Hattie, set in Arkansas in the early s, was no. Buy a cheap copy of Courting Miss Hattie book by Pamela Morsi. The news spread like brush fire through the whole county when widower Ancil Drayton.
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What a courtimg character he turned out to be. Both parents are dead and Hattie has been tending her farm with only help from Reed Tyler. I think I’d love to read this one, too! They’ve known each other since childhood and never expected more to come of their relationship.
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I love the setting of this story and the slow progress of mutual feelings between Hattie and Reed. We appreciate your feedback. I’ve bought a few more Morsi’s since then but I haven’t picked one up yet. Aug 19, Saly rated it really liked it Shelves: Item s unavailable for purchase.
Hattie isn’t exactly your missish spinster, although she is definitely naive and has her moments. I enjoyed getting to know Miss Hattie and Reed Tyler very much.
I was infuriated at the mean-spirited treatment of Hattie by her schoolmates, called “Horseface Hattie” and never asked out as a young woman, I felt her pain and isolation.
As in Simple Jess, she again develops a community that is vital and their down-to-earth, everyday interactions add depth to this story. I did get my sweet romance, and it was very well done but I found I had to do a lot more thinking than I was really prepared to do along the way. The scene where Reed explains to Hattie that there are three different types of kisses: Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Definitely reading more by this author! The heroine is 29 and a spinster and plain looking so everyone thinks she doesn’t want romance in life but that is not the case, she yearns for family and romance and when a widower with seven kids declares his intention to court her, she is very happy.
The Duke Meets His Match. The scene where Reed explains to Hattie that there are three different types of kisses: Made for some good angst too! Sexual situations may offend some readers. I simply could not understand why Bessie Jane suddenly agreed to marry Harmon.
Her terrible treatment of such a wonderful man as Harmon never quite redeemed her in my eyes. It was simple and sweet, and it wasn’t a book trying to be more than what it should have been.
Return to Book Page. For some reason, I associate sweet with boring.
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A bunch of assholes!! Hattie was someone he could tell his hopes and troubles to–someone he looked on as a sister. You submitted the following rating and review. Welcome Home for Christmas. After Hattie’s parents died and left her the farm, Reed stayed to help her and became a sharecropper using Colfax land. She does wonderful work with this common themes but sets them in a less common haattie period and gives me nerdgasms by teaching me about rice farming.
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Historical Romance – American Pamels And it adds in a older woman younger man trope that is perfect. Though not graced with a beautiful face, she didn’t wallow in her misery. It smacked a little of emotional cheating, for all that perhaps Reed didn’t recognize his feelings as such. It’s nice to see a hero and heroine working together toward a common goal, and both of them are upbeat, happy people, I like that.
What takes place after that was some very entertaining scenes. Bessie Jane is the beautiful, spoiled 17 year-old engaged to marry Reed; she wants to marry NOW and Reed patiently tells her they must wait. But wasn’t a twenty-nine-year-old lady farmer too old to catch a husband? Hilcia April 16, at 1: Theirs is a sweet and passionate story with a slow burn that feels so damn good when it catches fire.