Friday, June 1, 2012
The Bride Wore Blue by Mona Hodgson- Entertaining!
Grace is sometimes found in the most unlikeliest of hearts.
Vivian Sinclair, talented seamstress and artist, relocated to Cripple Creek, Colorado at the request of her sisters. At her arrival the reunion holds promises and surprises. The town seemed hospitable enough to Vivian but she is in desperate need of work. A majority of her prospects for a source of income seemed invaluable, but when an opportunity presents itself to her in an area of questionable location she keeps this new venture from her sisters which does prove to be quite difficult indeed.
Carter Alwyn, Sheriff Deputy, is doing his part to keep his town safe but even the best of intentions has its challenges. In his search for an outlaw Carter discovers something truly more valuable, but could he lose more than his badge in the process?
A steadily, well flowing novel that proved to be quite entertaining! A stand alone novel,and although this is the third book in the series, of which I have not read the ones prior, I was able to start fresh not knowing the history previously. Promising drama, romance and justice this book will capture the reader's attention. Scenery and dialogue worked well and the down to earth characters were well developed. I found the overall message inspiring and would recommend this book to others.
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