Wednesday, January 11, 2012
On My Nightstand - The Gunman's Bride by Catherine Palmer
When Bart Kingsley tracks down the love of his life, Laura Rose, she's terrified and drawn to him all at the same time. His appearance could ruin all of her careful planning to become a teacher and be free of a man's control.
Bart is tired of running from the law and his past. He wants to settle down, but will his Rosie trust him? While Laura Rose has some dreams, he has a few ideas of his own. Befriended by a colorful local, he's accepted into the community. Can these two make a life together or will they be swallowed by the choices they made as teenagers?
Christy-Award Winning Author, Catherine Palmer, immerses the reader in the 1880's. The New Mexico town of Raton comes to life through her talented pen. A Love Inspired Historical offering, this book was published last year. She also produced 4 other titles for them in 2011.
A quick read, historical romance fans will sigh as Bart and Rosie's story unfolds. I've read several of Catherine Palmer's books and enjoyed them all.
Question for you: Do you seek out new authors or stay with your tried-and-true favorites? Why?
Disclaimer: I received this book as a Christmas gift. All opinions are mine. I was not paid or asked to review the novel by either the author or publisher.