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Cinders' Bride (Mail Order Brides of Texas Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The H had his good moments and certainly his bad. At times he was kind and considerate to our h, but others so unfeeling which made me yell at my e-reader.
The secondary character of Cookie brought humor to the story and I enjoyed his straight forward talk.
We do have one very mild lovemaking within marriage, suspense, some violence and we do get HEA and no cliffhanger.
I would have rated higher, because I did enjoy the story, but the ending was rushed to me. First our H tells his wife something that breaks her heart. Cookie has a talk with him, and BOOM immediately 180 turn around. It didn't seem right to me, happened to fast when through most of the book he felt differently. Then we do get an Epilogue, but it was rushed and some part of the story seemed to be missing about his friend.
I would still recommend this book because I enjoyed the spirit of the h. (ljb)
More women should be more like her, not expecting everyone to bow down to her but to be able to take care of themselves while loving another person. That's not weakness, that's true strength.
I loved this story, thank you Kathleen.