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Saturday, April 24, 2010
Book Review: The Anonymous Bride
Marshall of Lookout, Texas, Luke Davis, isn’t looking to get married, not at least until three brides arrive, brides he never asked for!
The laughs were abundant as Luke finds himself placed in the middle of one town’s determination to see him married.
While the premise might sound farfetched, the novel wasn’t. Each step made perfect sense and the characters quickly became real. The tension between Luke and the woman he loves, was strong and magnetic. It’s fast paced and lively and I just love the friction between the three brides and the woman who really loves Luke.
The contest scenes were hilarious, but my favorite part was when the brides all showed up. I could see it unfold before my eyes; I wouldn’t want to be standing in Luke’s boots right then!
I loved the different threads woven through the book. From a disobedient child to a murdering, kidnapping outlaw. It kept me turning pages and I am so thrilled I was given the chance to read this book.
This review is my honest opinion. Thanks to the author for a copy to influence.
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