Thursday, July 19, 2012

The Bride Wore Blue

The Bride Wore Blue
The Sinclair Sisters of Cripple Creek Book 3
Monda Hodgson

Vivian is the youngest of four sisters. Sometimes this means unwanted advice and difficult shoes to follow. Vivian is finally joining her sisters in Cripple Creek, Colorado. But after making some disastous mistakes, she feels unworthy. Her mistakes do not stop once she reaches Cripple Creek. Feeling ashamed of her mistakes she refuses to believe anyone can forgive she turns down the attentions of the local sheriff's deputy. But can her family, her friends and God possibly forgive her and love her anyway?

This book was interesting, but not gripping. It felt like I was reading a very familiar storyline. This plot, or variations of it, have been used numerous times before. But the author was able to make it entertaining enough that I didn't mind hearing it again. The characters were fun and believable and despite her annoying tendencies I kind of liked Vivian. It's not a huge hit with me, but it was good enough that I'll probably check out the next book in the series.

I received this book free of charge from Waterbrook in exchange for my honest review.

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