Being rescued at gunpoint violates mail order bride Emily McCarthy’s sense of propriety. She would be happy if she never saw her rescuer, vigilante Luke Sullivan, again. Unfortunately, her unpleasant would-be-husband threatens both their lives and something about Luke keeps her from turning away…
This is a Christian Romance that feels like a Western. There is a man struggling with his past, a corrupt rancher, threatened innocents and Indians. Harris evokes the West with details about clothing, food and skills men needed as cowboys. Emily and Luke’s stubbornness and repeated misunderstandings cause the reader to root for them with amusement. The Vigilante’s Bride is a good match for a reader looking for a Christian Romance with Western elements and/or a tale where misunderstandings happen on the way to love.
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