Review of Hand Me Down Husband by Rosanna Huffman

Hand me down husbandHand Me Down Husband

by Rosanna Huffman

High school teacher Suzanne Bloomer has buried herself in her job at New Vision Christian School in Farmersburg, Ohio. But she’s none too pleased when widower Mitch Sanderson leaves his fields mid-harvest to fill a teacher/principal position at the school. She knows better than to trust a Sanderson, and she’s determined not to be tricked by one again.

When Mitch’s persistent kindness starts to confuse Suzanne’s feelings for him, she remembers that she is even less interested in a hand-me-down husband than she is in wearing secondhand clothing. Neither has Mitch forgotten his late wife’s plea that he never remarry. His children certainly haven’t. Will their faith in God and trust in each other be enough to overcome the odds and build a life together?

My Review:  ♥  ♥  ♥  ♥  ♥

Sweet Romance with dry humor that will enthrall you!

I love this sweet romance about a spinster teacher at a Christian school who won’t marry anyone who has been married before and a widowed farmer who has been talked into becoming principal at the school. I don’t normally go for sweet romances, but this one is so good. It has a subtle irony and dry humor throughout that makes the writing so good that I couldn’t put it down. I highly recommend this premiere novel and plan to read everything this new author writes.

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About Tamera Kraft

Tamera Kraft has been a children’s pastor for over 20 years. She is the leader of a ministry called Revival Fire For Kids where she mentors other children’s leaders, teaches workshops, and is a children’s ministry consultant and children’s evangelist. She is also a writer and has curriculum published including Kid Konnection 5: Kids Entering the Presence of God published by Pathway Press. She is a recipient of the 2007 National Children’s Leaders Association Shepherd’s Cup for lifetime achievement in children’s ministry.

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