Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Bride Wore Blue - A Book Review

Vivian Sinclair is the youngest of the Sinclair sisters and she is anxious to join her three older sisters in Cripple Creek.  She desires to start a new life for herself and be independent.  She made some bad choices for herself while in Portland and those mistakes still haunt her.

Vivian begins to look for a job in Cripple Creek which turns in to one disappointment after another.  She decides to take a job as a daytime hostess at a sporting house.  She figures she is a tainted, unlovable women and this is the only job for her.  She doesn't think she'll ever be asked to entertain men privately, but she keeps her job a secret from her sisters anyway knowing it will only bring them shame.  Not to mention Carter, the deputy who has begun to develop feelings for her.   Soon one lie turns into more and before long her whole life is one big lie.

Soon she finds herself in a mess of trouble and there is no way of hiding her secrets any longer.  Will Vivian be able find forgiveness for herself? Will her family forgive her?  Will God?

This is a great story of redemption!  It is the 3'rd book in a series of four.  I didn't read the first two books, so it is a great stand alone book.  I did however like it so much I want to read the whole series!  I definitely would recommend this as a great read!

This book was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

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