Tuesday, August 23, 2016

To Love A Stranger Review

Traveling to a rugged country to meet her new husband for the first time, Bessie wonders, Can love truly conquer fear?
Bessie Randall is shocked to discover that, thanks to her sister’s meddling, she is married by proxy to Jasper Mendenhall, a man she’s never met. Believing she has no choice but to honor the marriage, Bessie travels from Boston to Jasper’s military quarters in Fort Bridger, Utah Territory.
Jasper Mendenhall is equally shocked when he meets his wife at the stagecoach and realizes she is not the beauty from the picture he holds. But Jasper has orders to move to Arizona Territory, and he has no choice but to take Bessie with him.
Bessie and Jasper’s mutual distrust is hard enough, but snakebites, Apache raids, and food shortages present even more challenges as they head to the Southwest. A story of quiet commitment despite the odds, To Love a Stranger explores how love can grow in the most difficult land.

To Love A Stranger by Colleen Coble was a short sweet story. While the characters were not my favorite and the story could have been fleshed out more I still enjoyed the read. I understand that this is a reprint of Colleen Cobles so it makes since that while the writing style is still amazing the story was not quite up to the caliber that I had become accustom to in her other works. Other than wanting more added to the story I found To Love A Stranger enjoyable and would certainly recommend it to fans of Colleen Cobles.

4 out 5.

I received a copy of this book from BookLook in exchange for my honest review.

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