Sunday, May 27, 2012

The Bride Wore Blue: A Novel by Mona Hodgson

The Bride Wore Blue: A NovelThe Bride Wore Blue: A Novel by Mona Hodgson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Another wonderful visit with the Sinclair sisters and a return to Cripple Creek CO.
We begin our journey with the youngest sister Vivian and Aunt Alma on the train, soon to arrive at Cripple Creek....and then the adventure and life changing adventure begins. The train is being robbed, and Vivian accidentally trips one of the bandits.
She is hoping to obtain a job as a fashion designer, and puts her talent to work in describing these hooligans. She meets the Deputy, who takes her statement, and her heart...Carter Alywn.
Be ready for a lot of action, and warm family reunions. You will feel so sorry for Vivian as she tries to find employment. She does make so very bad decisions, but who doesn't at such a young age?
Am so thankful that Mona Hodgson is giving us another installment, and wonderful visit to come with this great family, and I include Aunt Hattie in this family.
Throughout this book there is a reliance on God....and we find out that nothing is to big for him to Forgive.

I received this book from the Publisher Waterbrook Press thought their blogging for books program, and was not required to give a positive review.

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