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The Trouble with Brides

The Trouble with Brides Get three historical romances in one omnibus edition from award winning bestselling author Deeanne Gist This special edition introduces new and value minded readers to Dee s unbeatable blend of laugh

Get three historical romances in one omnibus edition from award winning, bestselling author Deeanne Gist This special edition introduces new and value minded readers to Dee s unbeatable blend of laugh out loud humor, poignant drama, and irresistible romance Includes three of Dee s most popular novels A Bride Most Begrudging than 170,000 sold , Courting Trouble, aGet three historical romances in one omnibus edition from award winning, bestselling author Deeanne Gist This special edition introduces new and value minded readers to Dee s unbeatable blend of laugh out loud humor, poignant drama, and irresistible romance Includes three of Dee s most popular novels A Bride Most Begrudging than 170,000 sold , Courting Trouble, and Deep in the Heart of Trouble.

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  1. Deeanne Gist says:
    Deeanne Gist has rocketed up the bestseller lists and captivated readers everywhere with her original historical and contemporary romances A favorite among readers and reviewers alike, her popular titles include It Happened at the Fair and Fair Play Her latest book, Tiffany Girl, is available May 5, 2015 A popular speaker, Gist s presentations have been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and in other publications The Wall Street Journal s accompanying online video was the most watched video on the FrontPageWSJ website for several days following their feature.Gist has a background in education and journalism Her credits include People, Parents, Parenting, Family Fun, Houston Chronicle and Orlando Sentinel She is also the creator of I Did It , a parenting line of products Gist lives in Houston, Texas with her husband of thirty years The couple has four grown children Gist s fans enthusiastically interact with her at her popular online communities IWantHerBook, as well as on Facebook DeesFriends and Twitter DeeanneGist.

Comment 798 on “The Trouble with Brides

  1. Candi says:
    Oh man, I ve tried to write this review a few times, but it s daunting It is such a big book, it s three full length novels in one I had a similarly hard time with the book and now maybe you are looking at the book and trying to decide if it s worth it I say, maybe.I know, I gave it four stars, but that was mostly for the last novel Deep in the Heart of Trouble.The first book A Bride Most Begrudging was just okay The plot line is typical, although there was a little too much with misunderstandin [...]

  2. Margaret Chind says:
    A Bride Most Begrudging Eh I had heard so much about this book and know several people to have read it and loved it and was expecting something extravagant, but it was just kinda okay I read it in two days, so obviously it kept my interest There were two or three chapters toward the end that were a fabulous read, but overall I felt that there could have been just so much , but I guess I realize that this was the author s first book and could account for some, but I dunno I did like it, don t get [...]

  3. Megan says:
    I love Deeanne Gist as an author She writes fantastic stories with likable protagonists in the midst of historical fiction I love the way she handles her romances The way she crafts a budding love with special little things like nightly walks home or washing dishes together, witty and forthright banter overcoming conflict Before you know it she has fashioned a tale of romance and given you just enough to evoke emotion and passion without exploiting it Of course what novel would be complete witho [...]

  4. Melissa T says:
    Both of these books bugged me on so many levels, and for so many reasons, I hardly know where to begin The first book First of all, I should say that I rarely like books that take place in the Puritan era of North America I find the complete lack of tolerance stifling, and I don t like reading about it As much as I appreciate all that they did, it just bothers me And although the whole idea was rather like a mail order bride book , I just didn t like the way the story went from there As for the [...]

  5. Beth Pearson says:
    Really enjoyed these 3 stories in one book It made for a 700 page chunk to drag around with me definitely not something that would fit in my purse A Bride most Begrudging is set in 1600 s American Colonies Courting Trouble and Deep in the Heart of Trouble is late 1800 s Texas I wrote a much longer review that got erased by the computer, so that s all I m going to say this time Book 2 was my favorite.I ve never read a romance novel like it, for sure They are all worth a read.

  6. Ann says:
    My favorite authorI have now read several of Ms Gist s books and she has become my favorite author Her female characters are strong independent women with enough quirks to make them real, her male characters are irritating and pig headed but also fair, honest and true Her stories are inspirational, Christ centered and very enjoyable I would highly recommend them to readers of all ages from preteen to golden age.

  7. Annissa says:
    There were three different stories in this book I really liked the first one as it had a semi original story line from the 1600 s early American colonies The 2nd and 3rd stories have nothing to do with the firs and they were a little long.

  8. Tiffany says:
    A great compilation of 3 fun stories Since the 3 books are hard to find in hardcover this would be the option In this book is the fun story A Bride most Begrudging and the Trouble series.All three are fun books.

  9. Sam Owen says:
    I read this book every time I go to the bookstore I pop a squat right in the aisle and pick up where I had left off I plan to buy it, I really do, but I just need to conjure up the money to do so.

  10. Rebecca says:
    I like that both charcters are so good at math and I also like that they had different ways of sloving the problems.

  11. Shayna says:
    Liked the first one, didn t enjoy the second and the third was just alright.



  12. Stephanie says:
    It s a compilation of three of her other books, so make sure you carefully read the description before buying

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