Sunday, January 15, 2017

"A Moonbow Night"

Laura Frantz takes the reader back in time to the frontier of Kentucke in the late 1700s and the lives of strong, brave individuals with pasts and secrets.
The Tucker family has settled in at an inn, and while the family has secrets, Tempe is also guarding her heart.  Tempe is hired to lead a group through the wilderness as she is the best in the area for knowing the area and has strong survival skills.  While this is unusual for a woman, Sion wants the best to lead his group and he goes along with the plan. 
Laura writes in such a way that it is so easy to become lost in the story and transported back in time to a life so different from today, yet it comes so alive and real.  I love how the setting comes so alive from Laura's descriptions, it is easy to picture various places on their journey, the inn and the path they took.  History is woven into the story, both events and individuals and this just adds so much to the story.  I highly recommend "A Moonbow Night" for those whom enjoy historical romance fiction!

*Thanks to the Revell Reads Program for the complimentary copy of this book.*

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