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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

My Heart Belongs in Ruby City, Idaho: Rebecca’s Plight Review!!!!!!!

My Heart Belongs in Ruby City, Idaho: 
Rebecca’s Plight 
by Susanne Dietze

Book Description:
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Is it possible to marry the wrong man? Rebecca Rice was looking forward to a quiet life and a full stomach by becoming mail-order bride to her shopkeeper intended, Mr. Fordham—until the justice of the peace calls him Thaddeus, not Theodore, proceeded by the title Deputy. Rebecca would never marry a lawman like her father, so an annulment seems in order—and fast, since Rebecca’s true intended is impatient to claim her as his own. But when the legalities take longer than expected, Rebecca wonders if Tad Fordham wasn’t the right husband for her all along. . . .

My Opinion:
What a great read!  I really enjoyed this one.  It was entertaining and had some good twists! ;)  It was a little more drawn out than I would have personally liked it to be, but the both funny and amazing scenes more than made up for it.  Rebecca is such a cool character, and I feel she shows true Christian love in her actions.  I LOVED Tad!  He is so sweet!  The whole situation is unique and entertaining as they learn about their mistake and how to deal with it among thieves and a band of hilarious characters!  This was the first book I've read from Susanne and I can't wait to read more!!!  I recommend this sweet and adventurous read!!!!  P.S. It's a GREAT 4th of July read! ;)
Songs: "He Leadeth Me" by the Cluster Pluckers
Songs etc. May be changed and/or added in the future. ~ASC

Jeremiah 29:11

~ASC

*I received this book from Barbour for the purpose of reviewing it.  This in no way affected my opinion and the above are my true thoughts and feelings about My Heart Belongs in Ruby City, Idaho: Rebecca's Plight. ~ASC

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