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Brides of the Old West: Five Romantic Adventures from the American Frontier by Darlene Franklin, Peggy Darty, Sally Laity, Nancy Lavo, Kathleen Paul

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Clean Christian Romance At Its Best!

Brides Of The Old West  has five novels. All are wonderful stories of  inspiration and love in the old west.

This book has a total of 720 pages and are not short stories; each is novel.  Each author is talented, well-known, and seasoned; it shows in these stories.

You will love each novel.  My hope is that this book review inspires you to buy the book.

 

Morning Mountain by Author Peggy Darty

This is the story of Luke Thomason, Suzanne Waters and the forever love they find in the old west. Luke has been lucky at the poker table, but luck was not on his side when he was shot and robbed.

Suzanne finds Luke barely hanging on his saddle and nurses this fine figure of a man back to health. Luke

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Wild Thunder by Cassie Edwards

Wild Thunder

 

Handsome, hunky, Potawatomis Indian

Freedom, Love And Evil

 

Story Line:

Hannah Kody is a fiercely independent 18-year-old tomboy that is tall and lanky.  Hannah does not consider herself a beauty.   She craves freedom and wants to control her own destiny without parental or sibling interference.

 

Trying to tame her nature, her parents placed her in a nunnery.  Plotting to return home, her parents arrive to send Hannah to her brother, Chuck.  Hannah needs to be his eyes, he is going blind on his ranch in the Kansas territory.

 

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Sarah’s Heart and Passion by Ginger Simpson

Sarah's Heart and Passion

 

 

 

 

Western romance full of emotion

 

 

Author Ginger Simpson has crafted a western romance full of emotion.  Get out the hankies because this one is a tearjerker.

 

STORY LINE:

On the Santa Fe Trail, Sarah awakes to a nightmare. Indians have attacked the wagon train on which she is traveling from Independence to California.  Sarah was running from a forced marriage after her parent’s death. Everyone on the wagon train is dead except for Sarah and another traveler Molly. Sarah will become much stronger than she ever thought possible.  Sarah does her best to treat Molly’s injuries, but Molly does not survive.  Sarah dresses as a man and heads out, leaving a wounded Indian Gray Wolf, on the side of trail.  Later she is rescued by Gray Wolf.  This is the beginning of an emotionally story-line.

Come join them for a journey of discovery, love, desperation, prejudice and surprises.

 

CHARACTERS, PLOTTING AND DEVELOPMENT:

The Author Ginger Simpson’s character development and descriptive writing was intense.  The author sets a scene of graphic horror.  The opening of the story was very powerful for me, as I could see the devastation, as she stumbles around the wagon train; Ginger Simpson’s writing was very vivid .  Sarah meets many mishaps: hunger, heat, stampeding basin, an injured Indian, and snakebite.

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