A Tailor-Made Bride
By Karen Witemeyer
Bethany House, 2010. 348 pgs. Romance
Hannah Richards moves to Coventry, Texas to follow her dream of opening her own dressmaking shop. She quickly managed to not hit it off with Jericho Tucker, a hardworking man who believes vanity--and Hannah's livelihood--are a waste of time and a temptation to women, inflating their pride and leading them away from God. But despite her pretty clothes, Hannah seems to be a good woman, and Jericho finds himself drawn to her--even when she starts fancying up his sister, something he didn't want her to do.
I was pleasantly surprised by this book; it seems like most Christian romance novels I've picked up lately have been lacking in character development, any mention of Christianity, and good editing. However, this book had all three, and the result is a satisfying story.