Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Kathryn by Caroline Fyffe

Kathryn by Caroline Fyffe
Mail-Order Brides of the West, Book 5
The McCutcheon Family Series, Book 6
Publisher: Caroline Fyffe (August 2014)
195 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $2.99)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: White Heart

Kathryn escaped an unwanted arranged marriage by becoming a mail-order bride and she was determined to find happiness with Tobit, a young farmer who was eager to marry her, but flying luggage and a bad case of amnesia disrupt their carefully laid plans, throwing a wrench in everything. Tobit was a strong, capable man with patience and compassion, and I don't know how you couldn't like him. Poor Kathryn fumbles around most of the story with no memory of anything, and though they were only following the doctor's orders, I wished her friends would have helped her along a bit more, especially with the Oscar situation. The misunderstandings and prideful standoffs were a little frustrating for me and I wished things could have moved along a bit easier, but the ending was nice. Heather and Hayden have a storyline of their own along the way, and it was neat to see so much of the two previous mail-order Y Knot couples. Great Series!

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