Celia Anderson doesn't have a husband on her Christmas wish list. But when a traveling carpenter finds lodging at her boardinghouse, she admits that she might remarry if she found the right man--the kind of man who would bring her roses for Christmas. It would take a miracle, though, to find roses during a harsh Wyoming winter.
But Christmas, after all, is the time for miracles . . .
"Amanda Cabot's characters and storytelling create the extraordinary out of this Texas tale. I'm in love with her books."--Laurie Alice Eakes, author, Lady in the Mist
Praise for Summer of Promise:
"This story is packed with faith, danger, mystery, romance and plenty of drama!"--fivestarbooksandmore.blogspot.com
"This a lovely and romantic read that I highly recommend!"--thelibrariansbookshelf.blogspot.com
"In Cabot's Westward Winds series starter, readers will enjoy reading through the story's twists and turns. The characters are an interesting bunch; some of them are quirky, some are serious, but all have a story to share. With each book, Cabot writes something new and fresh."--RT Book Reviews
Praise for Paper Roses:
"Paper Roses is a delightful start to Amanda's Texas Dreams series and will satisfy the longings of many readers..."--Relz Reviews
"Memorable characters and beautiful prose makes this a unforgettable work of Christian fiction."--Libraries Alive
Praise for Scattered Petals:
"Cabot weaves a powerful story of healing"--RT Book Reviews
"An exceptional book!"--Elaine Barbieri, New York Times bestselling author
"I highly recommend this poignant novel."--Vickie McDonough, award-winning author, Texas Boardinghouse Brides series.
"Crafting characters rich with emotion, Amanda Cabot pens a compelling story of devastation and loss, of healing and second chances. But most of all, of transcending faith."--Tamera Alexander, bestselling author, From a Distance
"Scattered Petals combines memorable imagery and likable characters in a story that illustrates both the redemptive power of forgiveness and the beauty of unselfish love in ways readers will not soon forget."--Stephanie Grace Whitson, author, A Claim of Her Own