- File Size: 2939 KB
- Print Length: 100 pages
- Publication Date: March 18, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07P43LVH7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,625 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Anna (The Bridal Train Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Anna is a woman who's parents feel like it was in her best interest to board the bridal train and find a husband in a town away from them because of a scandal and the shame she brought upon the family. In the beginning of the book, Anna was sort of excited about this arrangement after she got over the embarrassment. However once she arrives in Kansas, the date, the arrangement and the lady in charge are not how she thought it would be.
William is a business man who doesn't really care much about what people think about him. I found his character to be very interesting. He was written as a man who is a saloon owner with looser morals than a gentleman. However, he knows that Anna is different and his protective instincts kick in whenever she is around. He likes to push her buttons but he seems to know the line at what is improper.
The part that I liked the most about William had to be his take on how a man will treat Anna once she is married. He knows she is really smart and has an opinion and that the man she marries will smother that. He sees this and likes this part of Anna. I liked the character of William before this but yet this part made me love him.
William who owns the saloon next door comes out. It takes her a bit but they start talking and she thinks he is a rake. He keeps trying to prove her wrong.
When things go from bad to worse it is William who takes Anna in and gives her the job of managing his books.
Can he prove to Anna he is a great man or will Anna finally find a man of her dreams?
I enjoyed the story line and the characters. Anna comes out of her shell and William shows what a true gentleman is like. You can't judge a man by his job. William's take on how men would treat Anna was priceless and true. A wonderful read.
I received an arc copy and am happy to leave my honest review.