Did you buy Love Letter to the Editor and the other individual e-novellas from Four Weddings and a Kiss and missed reading the collection’s prologue and epilogue?
You don’t have to miss out. You can download a PDF of the prologue and epilogue right here!
Do you think there are men in this world who can value a well-educated woman with a mind of her own and the courage to speak it? Is it possible for a man and a woman to have an equal partnership in marriage, seeing each other as God intended them to be? After thirty-five years on this earth, I have begun to doubt it.
Wishful in Wyoming
She’s the best writer the paper has ever had. He’s her new editor. And she doesn’t like it one bit.
Molly Everton is the outspoken daughter of the town’s newspaper publisher. She had the best education her father’s money could buy and she’s a better writer than he is. So when her father passes her over for the position of editor and gives the job to an outsider from back East, she’s furious. But a smart girl like Molly knows she can drive the new guy out of town with little trouble if she plays her cards right . . .
Jack Ludlow came out West for adventure and wide open spaces, not romance. And he’s not intimidated by the beautiful daughter of his new employer. At first he’s just trying to prove to her he is the right man for the job—but before long he’s set on stealing her heart.
Awards & Recognitions
RITA® Award Finalist
National Readers’ Choice Award Finalist
Wonderful book! Four great Authors, and four very unique stories. I love the Prologue leading up these four very unique stories. I say unique because I don’t recall reading any book with a similar story line, and that’s difficult to say with the thousands of western historicals out there.
~ reader review of Four Weddings & a Kiss on Goodreads, 5 stars
No one can tug on the heartstrings like Robin Lee Hatcher. ‘Autumn’s Angel’ is a wonderful story of unexpected love, and I read it in one gup. Highly recommended!
— Colleen Coble,USA Today best-selling author of Rosemary Cottage