Book Review of The Anonymous Bride by Vickie McDonough

Check yourself into the Texas Boardinghouse Brides series by Vickie McDonough, where you’ll meet Luke Davis, marshal of Lookout, Texas, who flippantly tells his cousin he’d get married if the right woman ever came along. When three mail-order brides are delivered to Luke a month later, he’s in an uncomfortable predicament. How will he ever choose his mate? Rachel Hamilton’s long-time love for Luke is reignited with his return to town. So when three mail-order brides appear, she panics. Will she find the courage to tell Luke that she loves him? Or take an anonymous part in the contest for his hand?

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Thoughts

A humorous, hilarious, western romance that has quite the resume of predicaments. Three mail-order brides for one man?

When I saw this book I knew it was right up my alley, the kind of book I would love. And I was right, this is a cute, sweet, forgiveness-filled story with serious themes mixed in with the lightness of a wetern comedy.

Though perhaps somewhat predictable The Anonymous Bride is a breath of fresh air when looking for a romance that is not too serious or too sweet.

While I disliked the reasons for Rachel and Luke not marrying before he left I still enjoyed the story.

I loved Jacqueline and she made the story so much better than it already was.

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