Monday, February 29, 2016

Review: A Sweet Misfortune by Maggie Brendan

A Sweet Misfortune is Maggie Brendan’s latest and deals with a very peculiar woman’s job in the old West.  Saloon girl dancing, in which we find the abonded heroine in the first few pages working as.  This was a pretty quick read for me, enter a rugged rancher cowboy who swoops in to save his best friend’s sister from the only job she was able to find and you have a battle of wills.  This was a great old western story of a couple of people who have been through a lot of hurt and trying to make a life in the rugged, often less civilized western part of our country.  I immensely enjoyed this lighthearted romance and wondered how long before these two love birds saw the truth of their feelings.  With the help of a grandmother and the housekeeper, a few close friends, and other love interests for these two, you have a sweet adventure and romance story to the altar.  I received a copy from Revell Publishing for an honest review and the opinions are my own.

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