About the Book:
She has everything her heart desires . . . except the one thing money can’t buy
Still cautious after a broken engagement, April McBride fully intends to guard her heart when she travels to Lewistown, Montana, to attend her brother’s wedding. One look around the small mining town convinces April that doing so won’t be difficult–just a bunch of dusty shops, bad service, and ill-bred cowboys. But a run-in with horse trainer Wes Owen opens up vast possibilities for frustration, embarrassment, friendship, and . . . love?
Can April and Wes see past their differences to envision a future together? Or are they destined to live the rest of their lives alone?
Book three in the Heart of the West series, A Love of Her Own is an adventurous, spark-filled ride through love in turn-of-the-century Montana.
About the Author:
Maggie Brendan is a member of American Christian Writers and the American Fiction Writers Association. She is the author of No Place for a Lady and The Jewel of His Heart and lives in Georgia.
Maggie Brendan is an exceptional author! Once again, she has truly captured my heart with her beautiful historical work. And this one picks up right where Jewel of His Heart left off!
Maggie uses her humor, God’s grace and family to bring up April & Wes’ story. She does it in a way that engulfs the reader and makes it difficult to put this easy, fun read down. Between the thrills of adventure, April trying to let go of her past and Wes’ horse training this turn of the century story really came to life for me. Many times, I felt like I could simply reach out and touch the horses or hug one of the characters.
I recommend this book with high praises! You’re sure to love the feeling you get opening this 5 star book. It’s a step back into time immediately. But, be sure and check out book 1 (No Place for a Lady) and book 2 (Jewel of His Heart), too!
**Available June 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.**
You can purchase your copy here.
*This book was provided for review by, Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group*