Friday, June 13, 2014

The Blacksmith's Bride (The Sons of Johnny Hastings) by Patricia Green Review

Title: The Blacksmith's Bride
Author: Patricia Green
Genre: Western Romance
Pages: 113
Price: $3.99
Thoughts: A must for western romance fans.

Book Synopsis:

Sunny Winslow knows exactly what she wants in a man. When she meets the blacksmith in her new home, Abel Armstrong, she's immediately hooked. Unfortunately, her mother has other plans for her that do not include a blacksmith. Her mother is determined to tie Sunny to a rich town counselor. Sunny is desperate to escape the counselor, so she embarks on a series of schemes to get what she wants.

Abel Armstrong has some skeletons in his closet. In the year of 1873, it's quite the scandal to be a divorced man. Over the course of the last ten years, he's had to work very hard to get his reputation back. Meeting Sunny is like a breath of fresh air, but he can't afford to throw caution to the wind and force their joining by doing something disreputable.

Can spankings teach Sunny to have some patience and trust that Abel's way is the right way? And, can Abel deal with Sunny's impulsive scheming and keep his standing in the community intact?


I love western romance. It's a genre that I've only been reading for the past year, but can't get enough. The Blacksmith's Bride by Patricia Green is a great read. I loved Abel. I mean, talk about a sexy stud! I also loved Sunny, she was such a bold female lead. If you love western romance, read this one!

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