Beneath a Prairie Moon

Beneath a Prairie Moon

Readers rabid for the sweet historical romances of Tracie Peterson and Tamara Alexander will flock to Kim Vogel Sawyer's prairie-set heartwarmer of a pair of opposites destined for love. Estelle Brantley grew up in affluence and knows exactly how to behave in high society. But when she is cast from the social registers due to her father's illegal dealings, she finds herself Readers rabid for the sweet historical romances of Tracie Peterson and Tamara Alexander will flock to Kim Vogel Sawye...

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Title:Beneath a Prairie Moon
Author:Kim Vogel Sawyer
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Genres:Christian Fiction
ISBN:B0738JPN7B
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:349 pages pages

Beneath a Prairie Moon Reviews

  • Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...)
    Apr 26, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

  • Loraine
    Apr 08, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

  • Laura
    Jun 18, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

  • Rachel
    Apr 18, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

  • Maureen Timerman
    Mar 27, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Readers of all ages will enjoy this lovely sweet and often humorous story! Abigail Brantley has lived a comfortable life in elite society and she's more than a little bit stuck in her prissy city ways. While I immediately sympathized with her pligh...

    One of my favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and seeing how all the pieces fit together. One of my least favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and having no more pages to read. If you have followe...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon: A NovelI have become fascinated by the writings of Kim Vogel Sawyer, as of late. This book is a good example why. In Beneath a Prairie Moon, Abigail Brantley has suffered the affects of her father's illegal actions. She has been thrown from the world of soci...

    The author has offered us a different type of mail order brides, with many requests all going to the same town. Then she put a boulder in the way when the expected brides don?t show up in the prairie Kansas town, but only the owner and her helper arrive. Now you can just picture a y...

  • Kimberly
    Feb 03, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Readers of all ages will enjoy this lovely sweet and often humorous story! Abigail Brantley has lived a comfortable life in elite society and she's more than a little bit stuck in her prissy city ways. While I immediately sympathized with her pligh...

    One of my favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and seeing how all the pieces fit together. One of my least favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and having no more pages to read. If you have followe...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon: A NovelI have become fascinated by the writings of Kim Vogel Sawyer, as of late. This book is a good example why. In Beneath a Prairie Moon, Abigail Brantley has suffered the affects of her father's illegal actions. She has been thrown from the world of soci...

  • Lisa at Farm Fresh Adventures
    Apr 26, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

  • Melanie
    Mar 30, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

  • Shantelle
    Nov 29, 2017

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

  • Joleen
    Sep 03, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

  • Kav
    Aug 02, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

  • Fizzy
    Aug 24, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Readers of all ages will enjoy this lovely sweet and often humorous story! Abigail Brantley has lived a comfortable life in elite society and she's more than a little bit stuck in her prissy city ways. While I immediately sympathized with her pligh...

    One of my favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and seeing how all the pieces fit together. One of my least favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and having no more pages to read. If you have followe...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon: A NovelI have become fascinated by the writings of Kim Vogel Sawyer, as of late. This book is a good example why. In Beneath a Prairie Moon, Abigail Brantley has suffered the affects of her father's illegal actions. She has been thrown from the world of soci...

    The author has offered us a different type of mail order brides, with many requests all going to the same town. Then she put a boulder in the way when the expected brides don?t show up in the prairie Kansas town, but only the owner and her helper arrive. Now you can just picture a y...

    ?Life is often unfair, and we cannot change it. We can only do our utmost to make the best of what we've been dealt and perhaps try to bring a little happiness into others' lives. Isn't that what the Bible advises?to love one's neighbor as oneself?? Beneath a Prairie Moon br...

    "People who can adapt to changes are much more content than those who are rigid." It's been quite some time since I've read a "mail order bride" story, but I remember them quite fondly. And I find Kim Vogel Sawyer's upcoming release, Beneath a Prairie Moon enlightening, for readers...

    I'm no stranger to historical fiction as it is one of my favorite genres, however I've steered clear of mail order bride stories. . .until now. I'm going to take a detour here for a moment but it all comes together with this book. I just recently found out my aunt was a Harvey Girl (sh...

  • Clara
    Apr 29, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

  • Pam Burke
    Mar 05, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Readers of all ages will enjoy this lovely sweet and often humorous story! Abigail Brantley has lived a comfortable life in elite society and she's more than a little bit stuck in her prissy city ways. While I immediately sympathized with her pligh...

    One of my favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and seeing how all the pieces fit together. One of my least favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and having no more pages to read. If you have followe...

  • Staci
    Apr 11, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

  • Andrea Cox
    Mar 11, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

  • Hannah
    Feb 14, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

  • Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls)
    Mar 12, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

  • Just Commonly
    Dec 12, 2017

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Readers of all ages will enjoy this lovely sweet and often humorous story! Abigail Brantley has lived a comfortable life in elite society and she's more than a little bit stuck in her prissy city ways. While I immediately sympathized with her pligh...

    One of my favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and seeing how all the pieces fit together. One of my least favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and having no more pages to read. If you have followe...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon: A NovelI have become fascinated by the writings of Kim Vogel Sawyer, as of late. This book is a good example why. In Beneath a Prairie Moon, Abigail Brantley has suffered the affects of her father's illegal actions. She has been thrown from the world of soci...

    The author has offered us a different type of mail order brides, with many requests all going to the same town. Then she put a boulder in the way when the expected brides don?t show up in the prairie Kansas town, but only the owner and her helper arrive. Now you can just picture a y...

    ?Life is often unfair, and we cannot change it. We can only do our utmost to make the best of what we've been dealt and perhaps try to bring a little happiness into others' lives. Isn't that what the Bible advises?to love one's neighbor as oneself?? Beneath a Prairie Moon br...

    "People who can adapt to changes are much more content than those who are rigid." It's been quite some time since I've read a "mail order bride" story, but I remember them quite fondly. And I find Kim Vogel Sawyer's upcoming release, Beneath a Prairie Moon enlightening, for readers...

  • Kristina
    Mar 16, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Readers of all ages will enjoy this lovely sweet and often humorous story! Abigail Brantley has lived a comfortable life in elite society and she's more than a little bit stuck in her prissy city ways. While I immediately sympathized with her pligh...

    One of my favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and seeing how all the pieces fit together. One of my least favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and having no more pages to read. If you have followe...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon: A NovelI have become fascinated by the writings of Kim Vogel Sawyer, as of late. This book is a good example why. In Beneath a Prairie Moon, Abigail Brantley has suffered the affects of her father's illegal actions. She has been thrown from the world of soci...

    The author has offered us a different type of mail order brides, with many requests all going to the same town. Then she put a boulder in the way when the expected brides don?t show up in the prairie Kansas town, but only the owner and her helper arrive. Now you can just picture a y...

    ?Life is often unfair, and we cannot change it. We can only do our utmost to make the best of what we've been dealt and perhaps try to bring a little happiness into others' lives. Isn't that what the Bible advises?to love one's neighbor as oneself?? Beneath a Prairie Moon br...

    "People who can adapt to changes are much more content than those who are rigid." It's been quite some time since I've read a "mail order bride" story, but I remember them quite fondly. And I find Kim Vogel Sawyer's upcoming release, Beneath a Prairie Moon enlightening, for readers...

    I'm no stranger to historical fiction as it is one of my favorite genres, however I've steered clear of mail order bride stories. . .until now. I'm going to take a detour here for a moment but it all comes together with this book. I just recently found out my aunt was a Harvey Girl (sh...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon by Kim Vogel Sawyer is a historical romance novel that takes readers back to 1888. Mrs. Helena Bingham owns Bingham?s Bevy of Brides in Newton, Massachusetts. She is not surprised to find that Abigail Grant has returned once again. Abigail was raised to be a la...

  • Amanda
    Jan 31, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

  • Suze Lavender
    Apr 22, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Readers of all ages will enjoy this lovely sweet and often humorous story! Abigail Brantley has lived a comfortable life in elite society and she's more than a little bit stuck in her prissy city ways. While I immediately sympathized with her pligh...

    One of my favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and seeing how all the pieces fit together. One of my least favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and having no more pages to read. If you have followe...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon: A NovelI have become fascinated by the writings of Kim Vogel Sawyer, as of late. This book is a good example why. In Beneath a Prairie Moon, Abigail Brantley has suffered the affects of her father's illegal actions. She has been thrown from the world of soci...

    The author has offered us a different type of mail order brides, with many requests all going to the same town. Then she put a boulder in the way when the expected brides don?t show up in the prairie Kansas town, but only the owner and her helper arrive. Now you can just picture a y...

    ?Life is often unfair, and we cannot change it. We can only do our utmost to make the best of what we've been dealt and perhaps try to bring a little happiness into others' lives. Isn't that what the Bible advises?to love one's neighbor as oneself?? Beneath a Prairie Moon br...

    "People who can adapt to changes are much more content than those who are rigid." It's been quite some time since I've read a "mail order bride" story, but I remember them quite fondly. And I find Kim Vogel Sawyer's upcoming release, Beneath a Prairie Moon enlightening, for readers...

    I'm no stranger to historical fiction as it is one of my favorite genres, however I've steered clear of mail order bride stories. . .until now. I'm going to take a detour here for a moment but it all comes together with this book. I just recently found out my aunt was a Harvey Girl (sh...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon by Kim Vogel Sawyer is a historical romance novel that takes readers back to 1888. Mrs. Helena Bingham owns Bingham?s Bevy of Brides in Newton, Massachusetts. She is not surprised to find that Abigail Grant has returned once again. Abigail was raised to be a la...

    Abigail was used to a rich and luxurious life. She has excellent manners, but is no longer part of high society. Her father's actions have given the family a reputation and Abigail lost everything she held dear in a short time. She ended up at Helena's mail-order bride business, but so...

  • Amanda Tero
    Dec 06, 2017

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

  • Trixi
    Feb 15, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Readers of all ages will enjoy this lovely sweet and often humorous story! Abigail Brantley has lived a comfortable life in elite society and she's more than a little bit stuck in her prissy city ways. While I immediately sympathized with her pligh...

    One of my favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and seeing how all the pieces fit together. One of my least favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and having no more pages to read. If you have followe...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon: A NovelI have become fascinated by the writings of Kim Vogel Sawyer, as of late. This book is a good example why. In Beneath a Prairie Moon, Abigail Brantley has suffered the affects of her father's illegal actions. She has been thrown from the world of soci...

    The author has offered us a different type of mail order brides, with many requests all going to the same town. Then she put a boulder in the way when the expected brides don?t show up in the prairie Kansas town, but only the owner and her helper arrive. Now you can just picture a y...

    ?Life is often unfair, and we cannot change it. We can only do our utmost to make the best of what we've been dealt and perhaps try to bring a little happiness into others' lives. Isn't that what the Bible advises?to love one's neighbor as oneself?? Beneath a Prairie Moon br...

  • Helen
    Nov 19, 2017

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Readers of all ages will enjoy this lovely sweet and often humorous story! Abigail Brantley has lived a comfortable life in elite society and she's more than a little bit stuck in her prissy city ways. While I immediately sympathized with her pligh...

    One of my favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and seeing how all the pieces fit together. One of my least favorite things about a Kim Vogel Sawyer story: getting to the end of the story and having no more pages to read. If you have followe...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon: A NovelI have become fascinated by the writings of Kim Vogel Sawyer, as of late. This book is a good example why. In Beneath a Prairie Moon, Abigail Brantley has suffered the affects of her father's illegal actions. She has been thrown from the world of soci...

    The author has offered us a different type of mail order brides, with many requests all going to the same town. Then she put a boulder in the way when the expected brides don?t show up in the prairie Kansas town, but only the owner and her helper arrive. Now you can just picture a y...

    ?Life is often unfair, and we cannot change it. We can only do our utmost to make the best of what we've been dealt and perhaps try to bring a little happiness into others' lives. Isn't that what the Bible advises?to love one's neighbor as oneself?? Beneath a Prairie Moon br...

    "People who can adapt to changes are much more content than those who are rigid." It's been quite some time since I've read a "mail order bride" story, but I remember them quite fondly. And I find Kim Vogel Sawyer's upcoming release, Beneath a Prairie Moon enlightening, for readers...

    I'm no stranger to historical fiction as it is one of my favorite genres, however I've steered clear of mail order bride stories. . .until now. I'm going to take a detour here for a moment but it all comes together with this book. I just recently found out my aunt was a Harvey Girl (sh...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon by Kim Vogel Sawyer is a historical romance novel that takes readers back to 1888. Mrs. Helena Bingham owns Bingham?s Bevy of Brides in Newton, Massachusetts. She is not surprised to find that Abigail Grant has returned once again. Abigail was raised to be a la...

    Abigail was used to a rich and luxurious life. She has excellent manners, but is no longer part of high society. Her father's actions have given the family a reputation and Abigail lost everything she held dear in a short time. She ended up at Helena's mail-order bride business, but so...

    Beneath A Prairie Moon, written by Kim Vogel Sawyer, is the best book I have read this year. It is so good, I feel it should be made into a movie. The story is so well written I felt like I was there watching everything take place. Abigail Brantley was raised in wealth, educated at th...

  • Beth Erin
    Apr 30, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

    This is the third book that I've read by Kim Vogel Sawyer and I can confidently say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I am not particularly a fan of historical fiction because I often find that it's a bit predictable and cliched but Sawyer's historical books do not fit i...

    What a great mix of humor and drama. The whole premise of this story is awesome! Trying to refine a town of bachelors in preparation for their brides. And poor Abigail -- a chronically unsuccessful mail-order bride who challenges the matchmaker into thinking outside the box when it com...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish Readers of all ages will enjoy this lovely sweet and often humorous story! Abigail Brantley has lived a comfortable life in elite society and she's more than a little bit stuck in her prissy city ways. While I immediately sympathized with her pligh...

  • Janell R.
    Sep 21, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

  • Molly Cafinated Reads Jaber
    May 20, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

  • Chloe (aka Crystal)
    Jan 09, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...

    This was an atypical mail-order bride story; more about the men than the women. The owner of Bingham's Bevy of Brides received payment for sixteen women from men in a small prairie town. She's willing to supply them, but she wants to make sure the men are honest, kind and God-fearin...

    This book was a different take on the historical mail order bride books. Helena Bingham runs a mail order bride business. She is very conscientious in matching brides to husbands, but this time she has a tall order. Sixteen men in Newton Kansas have all requested mail order brides, so ...

    Mail-order bride isn't usually my cup of tea, still, I've heard so much of Kim Vogel Sawyer that I had to pick this one up. In a few words, "Beneath a Prairie Moon" is witty and hilarious. Miss Abigail Grant has been cast by society because of her father's illegal dealings. The only...

    Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I fell in love with all the characters and enjoyed how it was written from four different viewpoints! I love mail order brides stories anyways...? Five stars because once I started I didn?t want to put it down! I ...

    You know, I just realized I really haven?t been finishing books lately. Ugh, it really makes me feel bad to dnf this one, but I just couldn?t keep going. I?m not trying to be picky about books. It?s just that I?ve seen many other reviews gushing over how this book is wonderfu...

  • Jen.
    Mar 20, 2018

    About this book: ?Out on the Kansas plains, a group of menfolk eagerly await their mail-order brides, but how long will they endure the highfalutin former society gal tasked with making these ruffians more marriage friendly? Mark Cleveland is the only man in Spiveryville not int...

    Ah, happy sigh! This is one of the books that I have to digest before I can manage to review it. The cover is gorgeous, but the story inside just as much so. I knew I would love it, since it's Kim Vogel Sawyer, and each phase of the story was like unfolding a new leaf of enjoyment. ...

    FTC DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review, which was NOT required to be positive. After reading Ms. Sawyer?s previous novel, Bringing Maggie Home, I wasn?t sure if I should expect another gut-wrenching story....

    Be prepared for gushing. Because I love, love, loooooved this book! So a cohesive review may not be possible. This is probably my favorite of Sawyer's so far. I did NOT want it to end and when I passed it along to my sister, she said the same thing. I just wanted to stay with Abiga...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was such a fun and unique read. I loved the characters so much and the romance was done very well -- I liked how it progressed slowly. The town of Spiveyville had 16 bachelors who each sent away to a matchmaker for a bride. Since it was such a big request, she...

    This is a gentle story set in the Midwest, and despite its slower pace, I was intrigued by the premise of a mail-order bride matchmaker attempting to improve the manners of the rough and tumble bachelors of a small ranching town. The story is told from the third-person perspective of f...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon was a cute story. And it had a little twist, making it different from the average mail-ordered bride tale - our main female character is not a bride, but a tutor of the men ordering brides. She must teach uncivilized frontier men proper manners, etiquette, and ot...

    This was a sweet and humorous historical Christian romance novel full of multiple matches. The plot is a mail order bride scenario with a few twists. It is well written for its genre, and the characters were well drawn. In addition, I loved how much Abigail matured throughout the book ...

    It's been quite some time since I've read Ms. Sawyer's work. So, I was pleased to jump back into her work. I didn't know what to expect with this new western novel, but once I sat down and opened the pages, I was quickly drawn to Abigail and Mack's story. Ms. Sawyer did not disappoint!...

    BENEATH A PRAIRIE MOON is one of the few books by Ms. Sawyer that I've read. It is written in four points of view, Mack, Abigail, the matchmaker and the sheriff, and each part is clearly marked so readers won't get confused. From the beginning, Mack and Abigail clashed, but this is a r...

    I had heard of this book from a good friend, so when I got the opportunity to review it, I was overjoyed!  I have come to enjoy Kim Vogel Sawyer for her homey stories, with great character lessons and this one was no exception, such a sweet and lovely story.  Honestly, the best th...

    This novel started off a little slow for me and I was bored and nearly stopped reading. The story picked up and I enjoyed the latter part. Abigail?s character growth was wonderful. She had a bevy of fabulous people surrounding her in a small Kansas town. ...

    Beneath a Prairie Moon is the latest release from Kim Vogel Sawyer. It's available today, March 20, 2018. I absolutely enjoyed my visit to Spiveyville, Kansas! The setting was so vivid - I could see everything in my mind so clearly. I could hear the characters' voices in my head. T...