Tuesday, October 30, 2018

The Reluctant Warrior by Mary Connealy

The war is finally over and he's come to retrieve his daughter and nephew.  He doesn't expect them to be afraid of him...

Bethany House and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you).  It has been published and you can pick up a copy now.

Cameron doesn't like Gwen because the children love her.  His daughter loves her and is scared of him.  How's he going to fix that?

The man who, with his gang, wiped out the wagon train and killed his brother is still around and still trying to kill them.  He wants no witnesses.  When he burns down the cabin and tries to burn the bunkhouse, too, it's a good thing that Cam sleeps lightly.  He saves them all.

Cam's sister is a tomboy and she's going to homestead her own land.  Gwen works with Cam to calm the children down and teach him to speak more quietly.  Suddenly, he's growing fonder of Gwen.

With a Pinkerton agent on their trail, a killer trying to end their lives, and a search for love, there's plenty of action.  There's also a happy ending.  What more could you want?

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