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Spinster's Folly (The Owen Family Saga Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I couldn't believe when she was kidnapped how close she came to her brother James and neither knew it.
When will Rod Owens learn not to make marriage arrangements for his children? Every one he did backfired.
Will Bill find Marie in time before she is ruined? Will he ever be able to save her and take her home to her parents?
This story shows the false love and the true love of a man, I found it sad and emotional. Yet so touching. You must get this book and read it for yourself.
While I found the family relationships within the Owen family vividly and realistically drawn, I would have enjoyed the story spending a little more time developing the relationship between Marie and the cowboy, Bill Henry, and a little more time spent showing how a slick gamester temporarily tricked away Marie’s heart. I feel that Marsha Ward is a writer of such high caliber that she could have stretched this book out a little longer to more fully explore these particular crucial relationships. (Though I confess this is simply a quibble from a reader who enjoys somewhat longer books when they’re as well written as this one is!) But quite aside from this personal “wish”, I thoroughly enjoyed “Spinster’s Folly” and continue to look forward to more books by this author.