This book is written with Morsi's trademark charm. I was hooked from page one. Courting Miss Hattie – 1992 RITA Award for Best Novel. 3 people found this helpful.
This book is written with Morsi's trademark charm. She manages to write books with romantic tension and dubious characters who end up surprising us with their graciousness. There are no true villains besides weather and fate in a Pamela Morsi novel. What I usually love in a Morsi hero is his unabashed lusting after some obscure part of the heroine's anatomy. She can make a hillbilly's foot seem swoon-worthy. In this book, there were so many references to Hattie's horse face and wide grin, that I just didn't feel the lust.
Courting Miss Hattie book.
Hattie was snatched up by several of the farmers for a turn around the floor in honor of her upcoming nuptials. Reed watched her laughing and twirling in the arms of his friends and neighbors. Reed watched her laughing and twirling in the arms of his friends and neighbors the years he'd known her, he didn't remember ever watching her dance. He was standing beside Arthur Turpin near the fiddler's wagon, along with a group of men, many of whom were smoking and all of whom were avoiding the ladies. When Ancil walked up, the backslapping continued unabated for a minute, until Arthur spoke.
Courting Miss Hattie. Courting Miss Hattie.
My books are known for their wit, humor, memorable characters, and down-home charm.
Welcome to my site! I write heartwarming stories set in Small Town, USA. Two of my books (Courting Miss Hattie and Something Shady) won the RITA Award from Romance Writers of America and others have been RITA finalists. My books are known for their wit, humor, memorable characters, and down-home charm. I hope you’ll enjoy the romance with me!
Morsi captures your heart and imagination from the first chapter.
The news spread like brush fire through the whole county when widower Ancil Drayton announced his intention to start courting Miss Hattie Colfax. Morsi captures your heart and imagination from the first chapter. She gives us a heroine that is ordinary and proves how extrodinary she really is and a man that grows into his manhood and love for Miss Hattie as the book progresses. I fell in love with her creations and hated turning the final page. I hope she publishes more books along this style. One that I have read over and over!
Pamela Morsi is a native of Oklahoma.
Pamela Morsi is a native of Oklahoma. Winner of numerous awards, including two RITA Awards, she is the author of Heaven Sent, Courting Miss Hattie, Garters, Wild Oats, Runabout, Marrying Stone, Something Shady, Simple Jess, The Love Charm, No Ordinary Princess. ore about Pamela Morsi.
Two of her novels, Courting Miss Hattie (1992) and Something Shady (1996), won the Romance Writers of America's RITA Award, the highest honor in romance publishing, and others have been RITA finalists. Ms. Morsi pens heartwarming stories set in Small Town, USA. Her books are famous for their wit, humor, memorable characters, and down-home charm. Here Comes the Bride. She was certainly spirited and delightfully sweet natured, and she'd managed to run her family farm almost single-handedly. But wasn't a lady farmer too old to catch a husband? An Irresistable Suitor.