Friday, December 11, 2009

The Bride Backfire: Review

The Bride Backfire
by Kelly Eileen Hake

Two feuding families, the Specks and the Grogans, have been maintaining a tenuous peace in the Nebraskan Territory of 1857. So when Adam Grogan gets caught trespassing on their land, he knows the murderous Speck men won't listen to reason and let him walk away. Adam's prepared to meet his maker, but things take a turn when Opal Speck declares he's the father of her unborn child. Will Adam accept the slur to his name and marry the girl in order to save his life? Or will Opal's desperate lie ignite the flames of hatred to an all-out war?

The Bride Backfire was an enjoyable read. It was witty and a clean romance novel, nothing over the top in this book. Normally I try not to read books out of order if they belong to a series, this is book number 2, but it was easy to follow and had no problem standing alone.

I am giving The Bride Backfire 4 stars!

Until next time...
Happy Reading!

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