Book Reviews of Springwater Wedding (Springwater Seasons, Bk 7) (Audio Cassette) (Abridged)

Springwater Wedding (Springwater Seasons, Bk 7) (Audio Cassette) (Abridged)
Springwater Wedding - Springwater Seasons, Bk 7 - Audio Cassette - Abridged
Author: Linda Lael Miller, Jenna Stern (Narrator)
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ISBN-13: 9780743503952
ISBN-10: 0743503953
Publication Date: 4/1/2001
Edition: Abridged
Rating:
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.
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4.4 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Audioworks
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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Great Romance and suspense
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lovely romance
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Book #4, the last in the Springwater series. Very good series. #1 is Springwater, #2 is Springwater Seasons which contains the 4 books; Rachel, Savannah, Miranda & Jessica. #3 is A Springwater Christmas.
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REally enjoyed listening to this.
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A romantic western.
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From Publishers Weekly
The small ranching town of Springwater, Mont., familiar as ground central in Miller's romantic frontier series (Springwater Christmas, etc.), is the setting of her newest contemporary tale featuring old high school sweethearts Maggie McCaffrey and J.T. Wainwright, descendants of the town's original settlers. After nearly a decade of high-rise living, Maggie has returned to Springwater to recover from her failed marriage and to transform the historic stagecoach station into a bed-and-breakfast. To her chagrin, hot-headed J.T. is in town as well, rebuilding his family ranch and struggling to cope with the horrors he witnessed as a child and as a NYC cop. Once again sparks fly between the two, and although Maggie tries to distance herself from J.T. for fear of being hurt, they are inevitably drawn together. A subplot involving an internet romance between the town marshal and a librarian is a pleasing touch, but another involving rustlers who poison cows, burn barns and commit murder adds little to the tale. Miller's strength is her portrayal of the history and traditions that distinguish Springwater and its residents. Although she pours on the country charm quite liberally at times, this straightforward yet sugary narrative will appeal to fans of the series as well as those who appreciate the works of Debbie Macomber and Jayne Ann Krentz. (Apr. 3)Forecast: This is Miller's first hardcover in four years, and as such, it should capture her fans' attention; the contemporary Springwater setting is a novel attraction too.
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Good book
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Usual good Linda Lael Miller, love her stories.
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Fun modern romance with a bit of mystery
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I haven't read the previous books yet but I don't think you have to.

Even though Maggie and JT were a great story I actually loved reading about all the other side couples. All three of the couples had strong stories as well and could have had their own books.

I especially liked that Maggie and JT didn't let their lives stop after their breakup. They moved on, married others, and tried to have real lives.

Great, quick read.
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Great modern day romance to her series on Springwater Station.
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As always with Miller, great story.
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good book.
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If you liked her Springwater Seasons series (Rachel, Savannah, Miranda and Jessica), then you will like this book as the characters in this book are descendents of the 4 ladies in her Springwater Series.
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Wonderful closing on the series. This book is about some of the descendents.
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Maggie McCaffrey came home determined to restore the dilapidated Springwater Station. But she didn't count on running into deputy marshal J.T. Wainwright, the hometown boy who broke her heart years ago. No sooner does J.T. lay eyes on Maggie - and realize that she's always been the only woman for him - then the peaceful town erupts with a wave of deadly attacks on neighboring ranchers. Now, one homegrown cowboy lawman must face down some very sophisticated outlaws. Because if he can just get Maggie to say "yes," he's got a wedding to attend...
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wonderful story - good read
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Maggie McCaffrey came home determined to restore the dilapidated Springwater Station. But she didn't count on running intodeputy marshall J.T. Wainwright the hometown boy who broke her heart years before.
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Maggie McCaffrey came home determined to restore the dilapidated Springwater Station. But she didn't count on running into deputy marshal J.T. Wainwright, the hometown boy who broke her heart years before. No sooner does J.T. lay eyes on Maggie--and realize that she's always been the only woman for him---than the peaceful town errupts with a wave of deadly attacks on neighborking ranchers. Now, one homegrown cowboy lawman must face down some bery sphisticated outlaws. Because if he can just get Maggie to say "yes" he's got a wedding to attend...
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From Publishers Weekly
The small ranching town of Springwater, Mont., familiar as ground central in Miller's romantic frontier series (Springwater Christmas, etc.), is the setting of her newest contemporary tale featuring old high school sweethearts Maggie McCaffrey and J.T. Wainwright, descendants of the town's original settlers. After nearly a decade of high-rise living, Maggie has returned to Springwater to recover from her failed marriage and to transform the historic stagecoach station into a bed-and-breakfast. To her chagrin, hot-headed J.T. is in town as well, rebuilding his family ranch and struggling to cope with the horrors he witnessed as a child and as a NYC cop. Once again sparks fly between the two, and although Maggie tries to distance herself from J.T. for fear of being hurt, they are inevitably drawn together. A subplot involving an internet romance between the town marshal and a librarian is a pleasing touch, but another involving rustlers who poison cows, burn barns and commit murder adds little to the tale. Miller's strength is her portrayal of the history and traditions that distinguish Springwater and its residents.