About the Book:
Belinda Bauer, in her ivory tower… In the quaint community of Poetry, Texas, Belinda spies an opportunity. The tiny town is filled with farmers and railroad men in need of wives, so she sets herself up at as a marriage broker. There’s only one problem: Belinda doesn’t have a clue what she’s doing, and all the brides who come to Poetry marry the wrong men! One client, who has lost more than one prospective wife to Belinda’s fumbled attempts, is particularly unhappy. Is there a poetic ending in store for him—and for Belinda herself
Janice Hanna (also published as Janice A. Thompson) has published more than thirty novels plus devotionals, magazine articles, and several musical comedies for the stage. Janice has four daughters and four grandchildren, and she makes her home in the Houston area. Read more at www.janiceathompson.com.
In Love Finds You in Poetry, Texas, we meet Belinda Bauer. Bless her sweet heart, she was so cute and sweet, and tried so hard to make everyone happy with her “marriage broker” business, but, well, it seemed that not all of the marriages were matches made in heaven. Especially when she was trying to match up her long time best friend, Georg Kaufman. Now THAT was fun to read about! It really had me laughing and smiling through the entire book. Seems that each bride that came for him….well, simply put, God had other plans for that man’s life. And, poor Belinda, she just didn’t know what to do when the brides would choose different husbands than the ones she matched them with! It was so fun to read the end results….well, you’ll just have to read it for yourself, because I don’t want to give away any spoilers!
If you’re new to the Love Finds You series, please start with this one. It’s got all the elements of a wonderful book: humor, romance, great characters, captivating plot line, God’s love and so much more. Janice Hanna has taken a mail-order bride plot and mixed it with a mismatching twist to give her faithful fans a 5 star novel that is sure to win every readers heart! AWESOME job, Janice!