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Rocky Mountain Oasis (The Shepherd's Heart Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Brooke was sold as a mail-order bride. Having been abused by an uncle after the death of her parents, as well as having been left by her supposed fiancee after learning she's pregnant (and miscarried) she dare not hope for any mercy. // Sky Jordan did not expect to get married. But when he found that his infamous drunkard cousin had sent for a mail order bride, he spent his life savings to buy the bride and get married to Brooke. // Brooke's husband was very kind, and Brooke gradually relaxed, but when a killing occurred in town, and people are blamed, Brooke found herself caught between saving her husband, or watch innocent men be hung because she saw something... for there is a criminal in town...
Nice pivot onto romantic suspense, but the religious message was a bit too blunt. And this criminal, let's just say, doesn't seem to understand ropes or knives.
I really loved Skye but I highly doubt anyone would be as patient as that.
I am a Christian, however I felt the Christian overtones were just a bit too much. I can't really explain why.
I didn't like all the other perspectives in the book. Two is even too many for me sometimes. I don't need that many voices!
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and plan to read the rest of the series. I would be thinking about the characters whenever I couldn't be reading the book and longed to get back to the story. I am looking forward to seeing what happens with the rest of the characters and how their lives develop. Lynnette Bonner does a wonderful job of providing enough description to help you see the characters and leaves enough out that you are completely pulled into the story by interjecting what would be seen and heard. She does a beautiful job of presenting the gospel mixed through the story which is not always clean cut. Wonderful!
The story had a few twists and turns with an unexpected murder that draws both Sky and Brooke into the tension that unfolds following the murder.
The book contains numerous scripture references as some of the characters are challenged to accept a new truth about who God is.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading the second book in the series.