A Tailor-Made Bride by Karen Witemeyer Review

Hannah Richards is a seamstress and the year is 1881 in A Tailor-Made Bride by Karen Witemeyer. Hannah sews a dress for a very wealthy client, and in return, the client gives her the deed to one of her properties in Coventry, Texas. Hannah takes a leap of faith and goes to this town to start her very own dress shop. Hannah is a God fearing woman and believes that if this is where she is supposed to be, then God will help her make it. Hannah’s first encounter in this town is with T.J. Tucker, the local liveryman. He is not happy with her taking the building that he was hoping to buy for a local widow. He soon realizes that Hannah is no ordinary woman and that there is more to her then just her clothes. Hannah wins over the heart of many people in the little town, but there are a few who would like her gone. Hannah also soon realizes she is falling for the one that seems to dislike her the most, T.J. Tucker.

Karen Witemeyer did an excellent job writing a book that is so hard to set down. I enjoyed this easy read and felt that it was well written. A Tailor-Made Bride was so clean I would easily recommend this book to anyone. There are Bible quotes in this book, which I don’t mind, so if you don’t like those, then this isn’t a book for you to read. I love the romance and heat between T.J. and Hannah. I hope that you can read this book and enjoy it just as much as I have!

You can read an excerpt here.



Title: A Tailor-Made Bride

Author: Karen Witemeyer

Format: Paperback, eBook

Page Nos.: 348

AISN: B003N64I60

Publisher: Bethany House

Release Date: June 1, 2010

Available for purchase: Amazon, Bethany House

Reviewer: Jocee

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2 Replies to “A Tailor-Made Bride by Karen Witemeyer Review”

  1. Hi, Jessica. Thank you so much for the wonderful review! I’m so glad you enjoyed Hannah and Jericho’s story. Have a wonderful holiday weekend!

  2. I must agree i to loved this easy and light hearted book with all the wonderful banter between hannha and j.t.

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