Books by Karen Witemeyer

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More Than Words Can Say

Fans of Karen Witemeyer know that she excels at writing sweet, subtly sexy Western romances which are full of charm and joy. Her genuine, heartwarming stories never fail to bring a smile to my face and her latest book, More Than Words Can Say, completely met that expectation. It’s the second novel ...

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More Than Meets the Eye

More Than Meets the Eye is a fantastic tale of finding love in the American west that captured my heart from the start. When she first steps on the orphan train, Evangeline – Evie - Hamilton is a tiny child full of dreams. The day she gets off she is a heartbroken little girl, aware that her mi ...

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Heart on the Line

Now that summer is at long last here and the sun is shining warmly on my patio - hence my lawn chair - I can finally read outside. I have been looking for novels that match the light hearted, cheery spirit I feel while soaking up some much needed vitamin D and Heart on the Line is exactly that type ...

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A Worthy Pursuit

A schoolmarm turned kidnapper is the star of Karen Witemeyer’s new novel A Worthy Pursuit. Charlotte Atherton is working as headmistress of Sullivan’s Academy for Exceptional Youths when her boss advises her the school will be shutting down. Wise to just why this will be, Charlotte takes three o ...

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Full Steam Ahead

The old saying, “Be careful what you wish for. You just may get it” is one the heroine of this novel learns the truth of. Her prayer to find the right husband leads her on a madcap adventure across Texas and into the arms of a handsome, eccentric scientist. I enjoyed the experience just as much ...

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Stealing the Preacher

I discovered Karen Witemeyer last year through her book Short Straw Bride, book one in the Archer Brothers’ series. The charm and humor in that novel convinced me I had found another author to follow. Stealing the Preacher, book two in this series, solidified that impression. Cr ...

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Short Straw Bride

I've never been a big fan of Westerns. I've tried all the greats - Louis L'Amour, Larry McMurty, Zane Grey - but I never really enjoyed them. It seemed that my Western romance experiences weren't much better - last year I tried a Linda Lael Miller which earned the only F of my private reading. But I ...