The Marshal's Promise (Love Inspired Historical Series)

The Marshal's Promise (Love Inspired Historical Series)

by Rhonda Gibson
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The Marshal's Promise 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Patito_de_Hule More than 1 year ago
Sweetly romantic despite the anachronisms In this sweet little Christian historical romance put out by the Harlequin publishing company, Rebecca Ramsey has been forced by her evil stepmother to answer an advert for a mail-order bride. But upon arriving in New Mexico territories, she discovers that her husband-to-be has been killed. With nowhere to go, she decides to make her home in New Mexico. Luckily, the Marshal offers her a job as his housekeeper. But does the Marshal have an ulterior motive for his offer? Sparks fly as these two learn that communication works better than secrets. This was a very cute little book, and there were some really sweetly romantic moments in it. There were also some tartly romantic moments. If you're looking for a light historical romance, this is a good choice; however, this book has quite a few anachronisms in it so it's not to be read by the seriously hard-core historical fiction readers. This book is meant to be fun and sweet, not cerebrally historic.
Karenls1956 More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read
wfnren More than 1 year ago
Kept me interested throughout  --   You have to feel sorry for a woman when her stepmother accepts her little sister but forces you to accept the offer to be a mail-order bride and sends you cross country on your own. I was impressed with the way Rebecca handled the hand that was dealt to her even after her arrival in Cottonwood Springs. This was a touch and go story that held my interest throughout. I'm looking forward to reading "Groom by Arrangement" next.
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fairydragonstar More than 1 year ago
The story was rather formula and really was nothing spactacular