Thursday, September 13, 2012
Book Review - "Twice a Bride"
Willow has suffered quite a bit and dealt with a lot the past few years with losing her husband and father and being in an asylum, but now it is time to move on with her life. Willow is in Cripple Creek where her brother, Tucker and his wife Ida live. Willow is thrilled with a chance to work doing something she loves; however the man she is working with is stealing her heart. Willow is not sure she is ready for love again and if she is will things work out as planned?
I loved this book! It is full of romance, twists and turns, family/sibling relationships, coping with loss and grief and characters whom I just loved spending time with! In the beginning of the story, Willow determines not to be a "Weeping Willow" any longer and she really does grow, determines to stand on her own and move on with her life. Ida and Tucker are two of my favorite characters from this series and I enjoyed reading more about them and all of the characters in this series. This is a must-read series for anyone who enjoys historical fiction!
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from WaterBrook Press in exchange for a honest review.*