I knew that C.S. Lewis and I had more in common than our Christianity when he said, "You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me." Welcome to a celebration of faith, tea, and the written word. I'm always engaged in a book, and whether it's one I'm reading or one of the inspirational historical romances I write, there's always a cup of tea close by. Join me in a cup as we chat about faith, our favorite books and the exciting places our reading and writing adventures take us.

Monday, May 18, 2015

Undercover Bride

Ready for some Old West Romance? Look no further than Margaret Brownley's Undercover Bride (Undercover Ladies #2), from Shiloh Run Press.
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Maggie Cartwright is a Pinkerton Agent, assigned the task of proving Garrett Thomas is a notorious train robber, the Whistle-Stop Bandit. Posing as a mail-order bride, she heads to Arizona to play the part of willing fiancée--an easy task, considering her immediate attraction to him and her affection for his kids. Perhaps her feelings cloud her judgment, though, because she begins to think Garrett has nothing to do with the crime...until she discovers evidence that could see him hang.

Author Margaret Brownley is a fan favorite, and it's no wonder. Her characters are likable and her stories are satisfying. The fun premise of this story hooked me, and I found the narrative well-paced and I rooted for everyone's Happily-Ever-After. This may be the second book in a series, but I hadn't read the first and I wasn't lost or confused.

Undercover Bride can be recommended to fans of Inspy old west romances.

Thanks to NetGalley for my copy, which was provided in exchange for an honest review.

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