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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Review: The Express Rider's Lady by Stacy Henrie


About the book:
Westward Wedding Journey 

Delsie Radford is going to make it to California, no matter the danger or difficulty. Her father may have kept her and her sister apart, but Delsie refuses to miss her sister's wedding—even with only eighteen days to get there. And she's found the perfect escort in Pony Express rider Myles Patton.

Myles can't believe it when a pretty socialite hires him to take her cross-country through rough terrain and dangerous territory. Surely she'll quit before they reach their destination—he's known girls like her before. But the longer they ride together, the more Myles notices Delsie's toughness and kindness beneath her polished exterior. And though they may be worlds apart…they might just be perfect for each other.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

The Express Rider's Lady was a great story! I loved the characters, the romance, the story, and the ending. It was really fun to read a story with the Pony Express! The characters encountered a lot of danger, which made for an entertaining and suspenseful story at times.

I really loved Amos. What he did was so sweet and caring -- I won't say what it was to avoid spoilers. I also thought the main characters were great. All in all, a very good story and I recommend it! Can't wait to read Stacy Henrie's next book!

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the review, Melanie! Always an honor to be on your blog.

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  2. I liked the book, too. Amos was such a tender heart.
    Dianna

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