The Bride Wore Spurs by Sharon Ihle

This is entertaining, sad, engrossing and amusing. Hawke is vulnerable, caring, sometimes thick headed and determined. Lacey is sweet, naive and vulnerable. Hawke doesn't want a wife, he thinks that no woman would have him, and he can't accept that Lacey might not see him as a half breed. Lacey knows no one will have her if they know that she grew up in an asylum, so she doesn't mention that fact to Hawke. Secrets that each keeps from the other threatens to tear the marriage apart, but when the secrets are revealed, the reactions are unexpected.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from eBook Discovery. This is my voluntary and honest opinion of it.


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