Three Little Matchmakers
Rancher Bo Stillwater has no plans of becoming a husband or a father…but he can't turn away from the three babies he finds at the county fair. After leaving the abandoned triplets in the care of the doctor's daughter, Louisa Clark, his duty should be done. So why can't he seem to stay away from the babies and their pretty caregiver?
Watching the town's most eligible bachelor with the little trio reawakens Louisa's unmet dreams. She's found satisfaction in spinsterhood and caring for others, convinced that motherhood passed her by. Do she and Bo only work so well together for the children's sakes…or could they both find courage to make this sweet temporary arrangement something truly lasting?
This story was truly inspiring and heartwarming with the selfless acts of the protagonists, their strong faith in God, and the kindness of the people in town, it all made me smile and want spread joy around me.
The triplets were cute as a button, the bond they had with each other, contrasted with the bond of the grown up twins, was both fun and amazing.
I admire how both Bo Stillwater and especially Louisa Clark were willing to put everything aside to take care of the triplets and kept doing so even when it wasn't convenient. That was a lesson I want to take to my own heart.
The faith in God Bo and Louisa demonstrated during the hard times as well as the good times, how they bound their heads together in prayer on several occasion as facing life and its challenges was another example to be taken to the heart.
Both Bo and Louisa were characters easy to like and admire. They had good hearts, they were kind, considerate and generous, yet they both had wounds in their souls that made them steer away from marriage. The struggle they went through was heartfelt, yet not too angsty. The advice and matchmaking from the townfolks were humorous.
With smiles, laughter, and few moments of apprehension, the romance advance in a timely matter. Mixed in there's taking care of the triplets, the fair in town and all the events around it, as well as the challenges the growing town in Texas is facing. I enjoyed the tale with its many lovely moments and charming folks, with the character's faith in God as a guiding light as they learn about life and their own destiny. An uplifting and heartening story filled with hope and auxiliary spirit
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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