Wednesday, April 15, 2020

The Chisholm Trail Bride (Daughters of the Mayflower Series) Barbour Publishing

My thoughts:  I found this new book in the Daughters of the Mayflower series to be a light, enjoyable read. Lots of wit and humor in the conversations of the characters. Friendship. Enemies. Family. Good interaction and ultimately, good overcomes evil. In other words, the good guys win.

But before that, you get a nice read that is clean, wholesome, and sure to take your mind off the worries of the day.

The gist of the story is that of a sweet young lady that is head strong. It begins on a cattle drive (her father's cattle) and her best friend, Wyatt, is along to help with the drive. A clash of personalities, angry words, and gunshots. The result is a tragedy.

Flash forward about 10 years and the same stubborn young lady, though a bit older now, is about to marry. And therein lies the problem. Her father's goal is to keep her safe and prevent a marriage of which he disapproves and knows is dangerous. The method he uses to keep her safe is where the story really gets interesting.

I totally enjoyed this light, and a bit exciting read and can easily recommend it.

About the Book: Stubborn Hearts Clash on a Cattle Drive

Eliza Gentry’s pursuit of marriage to the son of her family’s sworn enemy has cost her greatly. Furious at his daughter’s choices, her father sends her off with the cattle drive heading toward Fort Worth and the Barnhart ranch, but under the watchful eye of Wyatt Creed, a Pinkerton man he has hired to see to her safety. With danger at every turn—not the least of which to his heart—can Wyatt Creed keep his focus with Eliza Gentry around? Is the Chisholm Trail a place for falling in love or a place to die at the hands of cattle thieves?

DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given.

1 comment:

  1. What an interesting story and I sure would like to read this one. Vivian Furbay jtandviv (at) q (dot) com


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