A Match Made in Dry Creek

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Steeple Hill, 2007 - Fiction - 248 pages
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Twenty-five years ago, a fender bender tore high school sweethearts Doris June Hargrove and Curt Nelson from each other's arms on the night they were planning to elope. And they hadn't spoken since. Now their widowed parents want to rematch the pair-- but how?

Doris June agreed to return home and help her mother put together Mother's Day baskets of pansies for the women of Dry Creek. However, she "didn't" agree to see or talk to Curt. It would take much more than some pansies for her to open her heart to Curt again. But never underestimate the power of a matchmaking mother.

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Review: A Match Made in Dry Creek (Dry Creek #10)

User Review  - joyce lynn - Goodreads

this one wasn't quite as good as the others in the series have been. i found it a bit lacking in details in certain areas, and it skipped too much time in the current time period. hasn't deterred me from wanting to finish the series, nor wish i lived in a place like Dry Creek, but ... Read full review

Review: A Match Made in Dry Creek (Dry Creek #10)

User Review  - Janelle - Goodreads

You really get a sense of a town like Dry Creek, she is a great author. This is really easy reading Read full review


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A Gentleman for Dry Creek 110
A Bride for Dry Creek 138

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About the author (2007)

Janet Tronstad grew up on her family's farm in central Montana and now lives in Pasadena, California where she is always at work on her next book. She has written over thirty books, many of them set in the fictitious town of Dry Creek, Montana where the men spend the winters gathered around the potbellied stove in the hardware store and the women make jelly in the fall.

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