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Laughing At The Thunder (A War Brides Romance) Paperback – March 25, 2014 by Amanda Harte (Author)

A sweet story of a small-town school teacher a traveling photographer who come together while he is in search of the perfect picture for the fourth of July. He believes he found the perfect subject and pursues her, falling in love with that person. Does he mean what he says? Are there mixed messages between them? Does the small-town know something this couple doesn’t? He has always traveled. She has been a stay in town girl. Can they get past their differences? A very sweet read. Check it out!

From Booklist In order to salvage his career, photographer Tom Fleming promised his editor a photograph of the “Fourth of July” woman, the perfect woman to symbolize everything for which American soldiers in France were fighting “The War to End All Wars.” Tom fears that he will never find his muse until he stops in the little town of Canela, Texas, and sees Martha Wentworth York. Martha is exactly the woman Tom envisioned, but convincing the sensible schoolteacher to let him take her picture isn’t going to be easy. Yet the more Martha says no, the more determined Tom becomes to get her to say yes, for not only has Tom found the perfect woman for his photograph, he just might have found the perfect woman for him. Harte expertly brings her War Brides trilogy to a sweetly satisfying conclusion with this gentle story of romance set in a small American town during World War I. John CharlesCopyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


Laughing At The Thunder (A War Brides Romance) Paperback – March 25, 2014 by Amanda Harte (Author) Review

I really wanted to like this book. However, I found it very, very predictable, and the characters one dimensional. I knew what was going to happen three chapters before it did, and the dialogue did nothing to liven the book up. -Read Reviews-

I started reading this book, then stopped a short way into it because it really was not drawing me in at all. Later I gave it another try and finished it. It is pleasant enough, but not nearly as interesting as I hoped.

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