Brides of the Old West by Peggy Darty, Darlene Franklin, Sally Laity, Nancy Lavo, and Kathleen Paul ~ Review

Brides of the Old West: Five Romantic Adventures from the American Frontier
Lucie's Review:

Five full length novels for the price of one.

In Morning Mountain, Suzanne finds Luke after he's been shot, she takes him home and nurses him back to health.

I liked how Blanche takes a chance in A Bride's Rogue in Roma Texas, when stranger Ike Gallagher shows up with  a message from her father. Blanche goes on the riverboat and learns how to pilot it along the way, as well as finds a new friend in Effie.

Amanda and Sarah Jane join a wagon train in Valiant Heart even though the wagon master tells them that they cannot come along. I loved the way the Randolph's took the girls in under their wing.

Lessons in Love was one of my favorites. Deborah travels to Texas with her little brother, Case, in order to make a new life where Case can have a normal childhood. Luke a friend of their uncle's comes by to check on them and ends up staying to help them out. Luke becomes a fast friend, and quickly bonds with Case and Deborah. I liked how she taught Luke to read from the Bible.

To See His Way is another favorite, and one of the most adventure packed and humor filled of them all. Tildie wants to keep her cousins, after her aunt dies in a wagon accident. They are taken in by the Indians, and they befriend Jan Borjesson who has been trying to share Jesus with the Indians.

Overall, five amazing historical romances packed into one terrific volume. You really can't go wrong with this one, filled with fantastic characters and plenty of romance.

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