Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Trusting Grace (Virtues and Vices of the Old West #3) by Maggie Brendan

Trusting Grace (Virtues and Vices of the Old West #3)

I really enjoyed the character development, especially between Grace and Robert. Despite all that Grace went through with Victor, I really enjoyed Robert. Additionally, I think as a daughter, I give high praises for the relationship between Owen and Grace. The research and knowledge that the author put into the book is not only evident, but also is personal. I felt very connected to the characters, which made this town so charming and it will have readers enjoying each page. The plot os thick and twists and turns happen every where you go. Stella is on the move and seeking a man too, you'll find that this book will be done before you know it, and you won't believe you have just read it. I give this book 4/5 stars. It was an interesting historical fiction. It is part of a series, but can be read as a stand alone. This is the third book of this series and a great way to tie up the rest of the books in Gallatin Valley.  Thank you to the publisher for providing a copy. A favorable review was not required. 

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About the Author:
Maggie Brendan is a CBA bestselling author, of the Heart of the West and The Blue Willow Brides series. Winner of the 2014 Book Buyers Best Award (OCC/RWA) for Inspirational Fiction and the 2013 Laurel Wreath Award, she was a finalist for the 2013 Published Maggie Award of Excellence and the 2013 Heart of Excellence Readers’ Choice Award. Her new series Virtues and Vices of the Old West began with The Trouble with Patience released in February, 2015. A Sweet Misfortune will release February 2016. Follow Maggie on her website, her blog, Twitter: @MaggieBrendan and Pinterest:


Mary Jackson said...

I liked this one. I will post my review on May 2 when the books comes out.

Susan P said...

I always go for the ones that have twists and turns. :) I'll put this on my list!

Sarah said...

This one was interesting for sure. The second half of the book kept my attention. I'm sure Parable will have it tomorrow. They get books early.