Montana Bride by Joan Johnston

Ooo, yup, 2 posts in one day. I just noticed I haven’t left a review for Montana Bride by Joan Johnston, even though I read it a month ago. Oi, this remodel will be the death of me.

I received Montana Bride by Joan Johnston from Netgalley and Random House Publishing Group – Bantam Dell.  I had never read any of Joan Johnston’s books until the first in the mail-order brides off shoot of the Bitter Creek series.  I loved the first 2 books, so I did quite the happy dance when I was granted an ARC of Montana Bride. 

In Montana Bride, we finally get to learn what happened to the flirty Hetty Wentworth.  I wasn’t a fan of Hetty in Wyoming Bride after all the drama she caused, but of course I was eager to get another dose of the Wentworths’.  I was pleasantly surprised by Hetty’s change of character. She realized the horrible choices she made and tried to rectify her mistakes and help others.  Karl was sweet and caring, I just wanted to squeeze him.  I felt for him, his insecurities were heartbreaking.  How can anyone think him plain when he has a heart of gold.

The real bonus were the kids. I loved their antics. I felt horrible for poor Grace for having to grow far beyond her years. And Griffin, such a silly little man.

I loved this book, just like the rest of the mini-series. I rate this book 4 stars and highly recommend it to anyone who loves western historical romances!


Thanks Netgalley and Random House Publishing Group – Bantam Dell.

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Lynnie is an avid reader with a soft spot for romance. Her addiction to all things lovey-dovey began when she was introduced to the black-haired, blue-eyed angel named Prince Eric at the age of 4. Once she realized she could never win his heart from Ariel, Lynnie aimed her sight on more realistic options, like Cory Matthews and the members of NSYNC. Now nearing her 30s, Lynnie is living her happily-ever-after in a small New England town. She shares her castle with her very own Prince Charming and their 2 (fur) babies. When she is not reading for pleasure, Lynnie is a freelance editor and writer.
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