Posts Tagged: Karen Witemeyer

Book Beat – A Match Made in Texas

What happens when a young lady does dual duty in performing good deeds and matchmaking? In A Match Made in Texas, an anonymous do-gooder helps three women in town – and then finds herself on the receiving end of the matchmaking. In A Cowboy Unmatched by Karen Witemeyer, Neill Archer arrives in Dry Gulch, Texas… Read more »

Favorite Books of 2011

Nothing says New Year’s like a list! Here are my favorite fiction reads from 2011 in alphabetical order. It’s hard enough to pick only ten, much less rank them. Sadly, many lovely novels taunt me from my to-be-read pile. Broken Wings by Carla Stewart: Beautifully written with great voice, Broken Wings tells the story of… Read more »

Book Beat – To Win Her Heart

I’ve found a new author to add to my must-read list. Karen Witemeyer’s novels brim over with romance, humor, and well-developed characters, and I chewed through all three in a very short time. To Win Her Heart has a similar setting (Texas in the late 1800s) as the first two novels, A Tailor-Made Bride and… Read more »