"A Bride for all Seasons" is a collaboration of four authors' stories of four different brides, one in each season. These are all mail-order brides, an idea which I personally find amusing. This is published by Thomas Nelson, and written by Margaret Brownley, Debra Clopton, Mary Connealy, and Robin Lee Hatcher. I began reading this book because I have read several of Mary Connealy's works, and enjoyed them immensely for their humor and western setting. "A Bride for all Seasons" did not let me down; all four short stories were excellently written, even if the romance in them was quick and unrealistic. This made for a nice summer's day read, if you like the general concept/storyline of mail-order brides. Each story is not very long, and would be great for a car trip or something where you only have an hour or so to read. I began this book, as I stated earlier, because I have enjoyed Mary Connealy’s books, but the other authors were just as good, and opened my horizons to some new authors. These short-and-sweet westerns will warm your heart.
Thank you so much to Thomas Nelson and Net Galley for providing this book for me to read and review.