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St continually remind herself there is no future No Best to hope for nothing beyond friendship and spare herself a broken heart Baldwin Rutledge is desperate to stop his aunt from trying to find him a wife So he decides to distract he. The Matchmakers is a delightful tale of finding the special person in your life an overbearing aunt and a few cats Ruth J Hartman is a very talented aut

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Jessie Selkirk has a mission to take care of every stray cat she finds They are her life her sole reason for being But when Baldwin Rutledge steps into her barn looking for a cat she develops a whole new interest One in which she mu. Cats make me smile because each and everyone of them is so different even from the same litter That is how I feel about Mrs Hartman s books This story i

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R by procuring a second cat for her His plan is working beautifully until he meets pretty Jessie Selkirk Now marriage is the only thing he thinks about He’d like to be than acuaintances but convincing her of that might take some doi. What a fun story to read that had me laughing out loud several times during this short story We have an eccentric aunt Esther Rutledge who has decided h


10 thoughts on “The Matchmakers

  1. says:

    Cats make me smile because each and everyone of them is so different even from the same litter That is how I feel about Mrs Hartman's books This story is short but oh so sweet We meet Baldwin who has an eccentric Aunt Esther She is wanting to be a Grandmother and pushing for him to start a family Baldwin is in no hurry to marry so h

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    I love Regency romances with humor and this one was lighter and whimsical than most which I really enjoyed I loved the characters Baldwin might fuss about being bullied by Aunt Esther who's delightfully eccentric but he loves her enough to tolerate it And when he goes to visit Jessie Selkirk to find a new cat for her he finds than a cat Jessie is beautiful and kind and a bit eccentric herself She owns and cares for 50 ca

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    Baldwin Rutledge is being badgered by his Aunt Esther to get marriedso she may have nieces and nephews to dote on preferably a nephew first Since he’ll soon be nine and twenty the dear old lady’s pushing him because in a few years she may be gone and Baldwin will be settled well into bachelorhoodHis Lordship doesn’t want to marrynot just yet anyway so to distract his aunt he offers to get her pet cat Agatha a co

  4. says:

    The Matchmakers is hands down one of the funniest and most endearing novellas that I have read in uite some time With its

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    I’ll start off by admitting this is the first book I have read by this author but IT DEFINITELY WILL NOT BE MY LAST This

  6. says:

    The Matchmakers is a delightful tale of finding the special person in your life an overbearing aunt and a few cats Ruth J H

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    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review You can find the original review on Genuine JennI am a cat fan only have 4 of our own so I found this novella to be super cute It is a sweet romance or of a beginning to what wil

  8. says:

    What a fun story to read that had me laughing out loud several times during this short story We have an eccentric

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    Once again Ms Hartman does not disappoint This is a sweet and charming love story Baldwin Rutledge and Jessie Selkirk are thrown together by his Aunt Esther and the unlikely matchmaker’s her cats The old adage if you want to know how he will treat you look t o how he treats his mother In this case it is Bald

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    The Matchmakers is a cute regency novella about one eccentric Aunt Esther her nephew Baldwin Jessie I like to think of her as the cat lady and numerous cats The story is laugh out loud funny and has some of the sweetest moments as well Hartman develops not only the human characters but the cat characters also Hartman's writing made for real l