A Bride For Frank by Cynthia Woolf

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A Bride For Frank is the second book in The Prescott Brides series.  It is the story of Maisie, a prisoner with a commuted sentence in return for becoming a mail-order bride to Frank Prescott.  Maisie doesn’t want another husband after her first abusive husband died; she doesn’t trust men.  Maisie gets married to protect her twin and finally reach her freedom, even if it means running away from Frank.  Frank is lonely, wants a family, and uneasily agrees to the mail-order bride solution.  Neither expects the passionate draw they would experience.

Most of this book is the sweetly romantic journey Frank and Maisie take.  I loved Frank’s patience, respect, and time he gave Maisie.  Maisie slowly learns that Frank is nothing like her deceased abusive husband.  Maisie’s journey to learn to trust and love Frank is beautiful.  Frank and Maisie go on a dangerous adventure; through this adventure, they discover truths about each other.  

Cynthia Woolf outdoes herself with this second installment in The Prescott Brides series.  She weaves an enchanting western romance with command and finesse.  I look forward to the conclusion of each book; they are always a joy to read.  A Bride For Frank builds on the foundation of the first book and creates an adventurous tale full of discovery and love.  This is a fantastic way to spend an afternoon.  You will pleasantly immerse yourself in a vivid western full of engaging characters and excellent writing.

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book through the author.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Release Date: August 25, 2022

Published by jelee1976

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