Sunday, March 22, 2015

A Hearts Disguise

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A Heart’s Disguise (Thomas Nelson, March 2015)
In the aftermath of the Civil War, a young woman searches for her lost love at the edge of the West.
The Civil War has destroyed Sarah Montgomery’s marriage before it’s even begun.
After Sarah receives word that her fiancĂ©, Rand Campbell, has been killed fighting for the Union, her brothers and ailing father persuade her to pledge herself to Ben Croftner—despite her strong misgivings. But when Sarah finds out that Rand is in fact alive—and that Ben Croftner knew it—she indignantly breaks off the engagement and goes in search of Rand.
But Ben Croftner does not take rejection lightly—and a single woman with a sick father makes an easy target. When Sarah is abducted by her treacherous fiancĂ©, Rand finally comes to her aid . . . only to reveal that he has been posted at Fort Laramie, Wyoming, and intends to take her there as his wife.
But could Sarah leave her dying father’s side for the love of her life? And what plans are forming in the jealous heart of Ben Croftner?
heartsdisguise-400My Review:
This book is a quick and short read, but will immediately draw you in as you find yourself wondering will Sarah give up on her one true love for a man who will never fully have her heart? Is her first love Rand alive or will she find love with Ben and marry him? She doesn't want her father to have to watch her not get his dying wish. This book leads into a series and ends in a spot where you wish you had more answers. It leaves you with more questions, but is super cute! I highly recommend it! This is book number 1 in the series! 

Author Bio: 

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Colleen Coble has sold over 2 million novels worldwide. “Seagrass Pier,” the third installment in her acclaimed Hope Beach series, marks a new highpoint for emotion and complexity in Coble’s addictive brand of romantic suspense.
Find out more about Colleen athttp://www.colleencoble.com/.
Thank you to Thomas Nelson for allowing me to review this book. I was not compensated for a positive review. 

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