★★★★★ Nicole H. Vela @ Amazon.com “Runaway bride…” on March 20, 2017
How can a misunderstanding lead to tremendous heartbreak. Lydia answered a mail order brides listing and found her would be suitor was more then she ever bargained for and he was sheriff!! Grant Jackson wanted a woman, this was his second time around. As sheriff of Silver Run he prided himself with the care and protecting the citizens of the small town. Finding love in an advertisement was just a bonus he was positive he was loved and in love. His Lydia gave herself willingly but she had a jealous streak. He would have to break her of that and when he is founded in a compromising position, everything he thought he had was gone…long gone. A treacherous and scheming mother, Lydia doesn’t realize the evil that her mother represents. Will Grant save the woman he loves and then there is a little surprise that has you by the heart. When I think a book can’t get any better Ava Sinclair Just blows me away! The writing is just on another level, the hero and heroine just have you cheering for them. An eloquent masterpiece, the emotion just draws you in. If you are looking for the perfect escape look no further.
★★★★★ lori @ Amazon.com “Heartwarming” on March 24, 2017
I’m not a fan of old western type books but this book drew me in. It was a really good book. I loved the chemistry of the characters. I really loved the honesty of the story and what it means to forgive. I found this book to be refreshing and a very good book. I would highly recommend this book.
★★★★★ Bookworm555 @ Amazon.com “An Enjoyable Western” on March 24, 2017
I have been a fan of this author since I read Big Beautiful Little. I am not a fan of westerns but the author does such a great job with the world building and the character development that I did not mind that it was a western (I especially thank her for not filling it full of old west colloquialisms that really obstruct my enjoyment of a story). There was a lot happening in this book from the misunderstanding that drove Lydia away from Grant to Lydia’s truly terrible excuse for a mother to finding their son and beyond. The author wove an engrossing story of heartache but tempered it with some human kindness, understanding, and forgiveness. There was a large cast of secondary characters that added to the story and helped or hindered our main characters. The epilogue does a great job of giving a satisfactory conclusion to the story. I would recommend reading this book.
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