Monday, November 23, 2009

Book Review: Montana Rose by Mary Connealy

Book Description:
Fire up your love of romance with Montana Rose, where Cassie Griffin, a seemingly spoiled pregnant woman, is widowed one day and wedded the next. Marrying handyman Red Dawson seems the only alternative to Cassie’s being hitched to a brutal rancher. But can this “china doll” bear exchanging smooth silk for coarse calico? Red was reluctant to be yoked to an unbeliever, but sometimes a man has no choice. Will Red change Cassie’s heart by changing her name? Wade Sawyer is obsessed with saving Cassie from a marriage of convenience. How far will he go make her his own?

My thoughts:
After reading Mary Connealy's Lassoed in Texas Series and Christmas Cowboy I was excited to read Montana Rose, the first book in the Montana Marriages Series. I was not disappointed. Montana Rose was a delightful read. The author explains that she was wrote this story after reading Janette Oke's book, Love Comes Softly, though she added a lot more action. The only similarities in the stories to me were widowed women, after that the story follows the author's fun writing style. I look forward to the next book in the series, The Husband Tree.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Beth ~

    This is my favorite of Mary's books...I also can hardly wait to read The Husband Tree and Wildflower Bride.

    Thanks for sharing!
    ~ Lori



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