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  • Mary and Wyatt’s adventure.

    Mary was looking for adventure so taking this trip with her Aunt was so thrilling. What she did not expect was just where this journey would end. Wyatt Cross was also on this excursion also not just a news reporter he also had other reasons for being on the train. This gem was so well-written with a touch of humor the author did a wonderful job showcasing the characters. This book was a delight to spend time with I highly recommend the book. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.

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  • Love Finds an Outlaw, great story

    Part of the Small Town Brides series. A well written story with a very good storyline the story flows smoothly across the pages, the story held my interest throughout. Mary Owen and William Crossen’s story of drama, danger, outlaws, a evil man, villains, secrets, and romance. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Hmmm… The Hero Wasn’t an Outlaw

    I think that a book’s title should at least reflect the story somewhat. This book's title makes you think the hero (or perhaps the heroine) is an outlaw, but neither is. Rather, he's the reporter son of a businessman; he’s going on a historic train trip for a story… though he hopes that one of the unmarried female passengers could be “The One.” Nothing terribly “outlaw” about that! I liked the premise and storyline of this book, but I wasn't particularly wild about the author's writing style. It seemed somewhat awkward and stilted, as if the author was trying to write in the slightly more elevated style readers appreciate in historical romance... but it came across as too formal and not quite right, especially when the dialogue was between people who were related. Every character sounded the same, too; the characters didn't have unique voices. All in all, unfortunately, I found myself disappointed in this book. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

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