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- Print Length: 164 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Rivulet Publishing (September 21, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 21, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LYSSXLL
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Ask Me to Marry You: Two Christian Historical Western Romances (The Brides of Evergreen Book 2) Kindle Edition
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In this novella, I was hooked just by the title! Audra needs a husband so she can run her ranch and earn the respect of her ranch hands. Dillon is offered the chance to marry her in name only to get out of jail time.
After tying the knot, Audra finds that she has not seen the last of her problems and danger still lurks around the corner.
I won't spoil the story for you, but I read the novella straight through in one sitting! I had pre-ordered it and read it the day it came out!
Trust me when I say that Heather Blanton is an author that will enhance your library and your faith! Waiting anxiously for her next book!
One other problem I had was that it's supposed to be a Christian book, but while the main character has faith, the author takes pains to show that she keeps it to herself-and there is no point in the story where the male lead, who is not a Christian, ever comes to faith himself. Perhaps that could have been built up if the story had been longer.
I consider it a clean story, because while the male lead did visit a "soiled dove" , that was in keeping for the times for unsaved men in that day and age, and the author kept it very discrete (nothing actually happens). It was no worse than what one might see in an episode of Bonanza or Big Valley or in a John Wayne movie, and truly much cleaner than what was even in those examples.
The story was fun, but I wish it had been longer and that it had more Christian elements beyond just a mere mention of faith.
I had read Brides of Evergreen #1, but I raced through "Ask Me to Marry You" much more quickly than I had read the first book.
What would happen to Dillon? Would Audra be able to keep the Diamond D? And what about Jess? I couldn't wait to find the answers to these questions.
The characters were believable and the plot kept me intrigued.
Heather's books invariably keep me reading from cover to cover. I just wish there had been more pages between the covers
I also appreciate the fact that she is true to her beliefs in her books.
I was given a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
I work in the ugly, depressing word of TV news. If you've watched it lately, you understand. Her books are a welcomed break for my mind and soul.
Not only are the stories entertaining, intriguing and soul-wrenching...Heather shows how easy it is to share your faith with others. No fire-breathing, Hellfire and brimstone preaching.
Her characters just gently lay it on the table to do with as you will, when you're ready. I need to do that more in everyday life.
Thank you for being such a great example.