A Most Inconvenient Love (Prairie Brides #1) by Ruth Logan Herne -- Ruthy's Historical Fiction Reviewer Tour
About the book
Sober businessman Seb Ward may have come from a wealthy lumber-baron family in Minnesota, but he knows that appearances can be deceiving, and that his illustrious family is pretty dysfunctional. Being in another state has provided the buffer he sought from his father’s misdeeds, but when a little boy shows up on a train… a little boy who looks enough like Seb to be his own child… Seb’s faced with a dilemma. Raise the boy as his own, or let his mother suffer the embarrassment of “a brother by another mother.” And when the boy takes a shine to the Rachel Eichas, the newly contracted school teacher, Seb can’t help but do the same. But Rachel was raised by an unloving, business-first father and there’s no way she’s looking for those same qualities in a husband. Can she see through Seb’s focus and drive to find the loving man within?
About the Author
Multi-published, award-winning, bestselling author Ruth Logan Herne is living her dream of being a published author and having the time of her life doing it. Born to a poor family in Rochester, NY, Ruthy draws on her early years and her many years of dealing with today's young families and businesses to create beautiful, heartfelt small-town stories of faith, hope and love... while adopting her favorite non-Scripture quotes "Plenty of time for rest in the grave" (Ben Franklin) and "No one can make you feel inferior without your permission." (Eleanor Roosevelt) and one can always depend on Yoda "There is no try. There is do or do not." Succinct... and true. :) She loves chatting with readers on facebook at Ruth Logan Herne or follow Ruthy on Twitter, visit her website or stop by Seekerville (www.seekerville.blogspot.com) or pop by the Yankee Belle Cafe where Ruthy and several lovely authors share recipes, facts, photos and just plain old life! (www.yankeebellecafe.blogspot.com).
Ruth Logan Herne has written an absolutely delightful and heart-warming story in A Most Inconvenient Love. This story is about hardworking people, overcoming untrue judgements from idle gossipers in a small town, and falling in love. Herne has written a story that will captivate readers and tug at their heart-strings as they come to know the relatable characters in the story. Familiar characters from The Sewing Sisters’ Society novella collection also show up in this sweet novel. Readers will delight in this story from cover to cover. Readers of historical romance and those that have enjoyed Herne’s previous work will not want to miss this fun new story!
Series: Prairie Brides
Genre: historical, romance
Publication date: February 26, 2019
Number of pages: 237
A review copy of this book was provided by JustRead Publicity Tours. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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