My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This one falls in my guilty pleasure category: historical Christian romance. It was fairly well written for that genre. Not that it wasn’t terribly predictable, but at least there was some pretty good action to go with the usual boy meets girl, boy falls for girl, girl falls for boy, boy thinks God’s will is not pointing at girl AND girl thinks God’s will is pointing at boy, then vice versa… then repeat 5 dozen times… then get married incredibly fast. The action included some hare brained ideas, stage coach robberies, murder and a lot more! I can’t say this is one of my favorite books, but I will say it’s the best I’ve read in this genre in a long time.