Friday, January 13, 2017

A Moonbow Night - A Book Review

When picking a book to read there are several things that I go by to help make my decision.  If it is an author that I love it is a deal sealer, but the cover and the book title are also important details for me.  If it catches my eye I am usually sold on it.  A Moonbow Night had so many things going for it to help me make my decision to read this great book.

I have read several books by Laura Frantz and I have always been pleased, but the beautiful cover and the amazing title is what grabbed my attention first.  If you have read very many of my reviews you know I am a huge fan of historical fiction, especially by an author who does her homework before hand.  This book was rich in history and I loved that the author included a note about her research and what led her to write on the subject matter.

Winter is the perfect time to curl up with a blanket and spend the afternoon reading.  A Moonbow Night is a book you won't regret picking up.  You'll be transported back in history where you will experience romance, heartache, dangers and faith in God.  You won't want to put it down until the last page.

After fleeing Virginia, Temperance  Tucker and her family established an inn along the Shawnee River.  It's a welcome way station for settlers and frontiersman traveling through the wild Cumberland region of Kentucke-men like Sion Morgan, a Virginia surveyor who arrives at the inn with his crew, looking for an experienced guide.

Though he balks when Tempe is appointed to lead his team through the wilderness, it isn't long before Sion must admit that her abilities may outmatch his own.  But can the tenuous tie they are forming survive the dangers waiting just around the bend?

***Thanks to Revell Reads for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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