Finally a Bride (Texas Boardinghouse Brides Book 3) Kindle Edition
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All the story lines come full circle, wrapping up the series in a truly satisfying ending. Vickie McDonough is coming into her own as a popular inspirational historical romance author. Her books just keep getting better and better!
(Myra Johnson Romantic Women's Fiction...Where Life and Love Collide! 20110303)
Finally a Bride is all about second chances. Readers will find life lessons within its pages. I read a previous book in this series, and will be looking for the one that I missed and other books by this talented author.
FINALLY A BRIDE is all about second chances. Readers will find life lessons within its pages. I read a previous book in this series, and will be looking for the one that I missed and other books by this talented author.
Reporter Jacqueline Davis is suspicious of the new preacher. But will a budding romance overshadow her determination to uncover his secrets? Jailbird Carly Payton is looking for a new start in life. Garrett Corbett is looking to avoid marriage with a jailbird. Will love blossom with a second look?
- File Size : 2488 KB
- Publication Date : October 1, 2018
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 322 pages
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07HYC7Y53
- Publisher : Maverick Press; 2nd Edition (October 1, 2018)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #165,362 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I did have some problems with this story. Noah seemed too refined and too goodie-goodie, considering his upbringing. I would have liked to see him a little more edgy. The fighting scene didn't do it for me, I wanted to see more of the kid he once was in him. I also wished that Jack would have discovered his identity sooner, in her own heart, without him having to tell her at the end of the story. I think it would have been more exciting for her to see the old Butch in him, and confront him on it. He dropped enough hints that she should have picked up on it. Even when he told her, it still seemed to take a long time for it to click in her mind, she looked a bit on the dense side.
Billy Morgan was just too obnoxious to be taken seriously, it was over the top how he kept making a fool of himself publically. I feel he would have been more believable if he'd been more subtle and private in his confrontations with Jack, and not keep calling her his fiancee. After her umpteenth time turning him down he just looked retarded to keep trying after that, instead of determined. And how naiive of her to take so long to start being scared of his behavior.
Most of all, those Davis kids almost ruined the whole story for me. They were complete brats, and there was never a scene they were in that they were even halfway being good. It got old fast. Kids usually weren't misbehaved like that back then in the "seen and not heard" days. I felt like the author wrote those scenes thinking the reader would find Abby, in particular, cute and funny in her "precociousness". But I did not, I found it very annoying how those kids had no serious discipline, and it made me dislike Luke and Rachel even more.
Noah and Jack alone kept me reading, and I really wish there had been more scenes in the story of them and less of the other characters.