Courting Morrow Little was so deliciously romantic, I needed to keep a towel with me to mop up my drool. (Keep in mind, all these books, though deeply romantic are also very clean. No hanky-panky.)
Book Rating: Best of the Best
All of Frantz’s books are dark. No doubt about that. But, they really do make up for it in other areas such as…romance. Hello?! I mean, isn’t that one of the main reasons we all read these?!
Morrow is a young woman who, in this untamed land of 18th century Kentucky, is about the most eligible lady around. She is attracting numerous suitors, but only one captures her heart. He (and I’m not going to divulge anything about this particular leading man. I will only tell you, be prepared to L-OVE-AH him to death! That’s where the towel will come in handy…) happens to be a part of her heartbreaking past. Can she learn to forgive and move on?
There’s a lot of action in this book. Read it when you have done all your chores like a good little mommy—you’ll want to focus. Also ideally, read it when everyone else is asleep so you can enjoy it unfettered.