Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Review: The Bride Ship by Regina Scott

About the book:

What was his brother's widow—his first love—doing on a ship full of prospective brides headed out West? Clay Howard had been tasked with escorting the Boston belle home, but he didn't anticipate Allegra being so strong-willed—or that he'd wind up traveling with her just to keep her from leaving without him!

Allegra Banks Howard isn't going to let Clay interfere with her plans for a new life with her daughter on the frontier. True, Allegra needs his wilderness savvy, but if Clay thinks he can rekindle what they once shared, he had better think again. Because risking her heart for a second chance at being his bride isn't something she'll undertake lightly….

Frontier Bachelors: Bold, rugged—and bound to be grooms

My rating:
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My thoughts:

The Bride Ship was a good historical romance. I liked how the book took place almost entirely aboard a ship and yet the story stayed interesting...There were even a couple intense moments when I wasn't sure what was going to happen next.

I liked the romance and how it was a "second chance romance". It was great to see the characters reconnect and grow closer to each other. I didn't always care for the heroine, just because she annoyed me at times. Her daughter was cute, though, and I loved how Clay interacted with her.

Overall, an enjoyable read. I'm looking forward to reading Regina Scott's next book.

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  1. I have been wanting to start this series by Regina Scott. I know that they don't have to be read in any kind of order, but I'm a bit neurotic like that. I've acquired all of the books in this series from second hand stores, except for this one.


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