Friday, September 11, 2020

Review: Almost a Bride by Jody

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Always close, but never a bride.

Longing to find true love, Kate Millington arrives in British Columbia on a bride ship. With countless men waiting to snag a bride, Kate has no trouble getting engaged. It’s staying engaged that’s the problem. After traveling to the remote mining town of Williamsville to marry her newest fianc√©, she finds herself single again.

As the prosperous owner of a gold mine, Zeke Hart has everything he’s ever wanted except for a wife. At Kate’s arrival, he takes it upon himself to protect his childhood friend from the men clamoring to court her. The more he renews her friendship, the more he wants to win her for himself. But as much as Kate admires Zeke, she’s resolved not to marry someone who doesn’t share her faith.

When Zeke begins receiving anonymous threats, he unwittingly puts them both in grave danger. In the midst of peril, the past rises up to haunt them both, and Zeke realizes the fight for Kate’s affection may be his biggest challenge yet.

My Review: 

Almost a Bride is the fourth installment from Jody Hedlund's The Bride Ships series. Even though it is part of a series, I believe it can be read as a stand alone. However, I do highly recommend to read the previous books. I have loved this series and this one is among my favorite of the four. Kate and Zeke's story was wonderful to read. I understood their struggles. I liked the mystery and suspense added that kept me engaged throughout.
I am giving Almost a Bride a very well deserved five plus stars. I recommend it for readers who enjoy clean historical romance.
I received Almost a Bride from the author, but was not required to write a review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

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