Friday, 8 October 2010

Review - A Suitor for Jenny

A Suitor for Jenny (A Rocky Creek Romance)A Suitor for Jenny
BY: Margaret Brownley
PUBLISHED BY: Thomas Nelson
PUBLISHED IN: 2010
ISBN: 978-1-59554-810-8
Pages: 309
Reviewed by Billy Burgess

Since their parents' death, Jenny has raised her two younger sisters, Mary Lou and Brenda. She stumbles upon an article saying that Rocky Creek, Texas had the highest number of bachelors. She gets the idea of looking for husbands for her sisters in Texas.

Jenny doesn’t believe in love at first sight, and as soon as she finds the suitable husbands for her sisters, she is moving far away. Her plan soon starts to fail as her sisters’ rebel against her. They start dating men on their own, some who do not know how to read or write.

The US Marshall Rhett Armstrong catches Jenny’s heart. Will she abandon her plan of leaving?

A Suitor for Jenny is a clean-cut romance western with a touch of humor to it. I like the main character Jenny because she is strong-headed; other readers will like her to as she searches for husbands for her sisters. This is a good read.

*I would like to thank Thomas Nelson for sending me a copy to review.

1 comment:

  1. This definitely sounds like something I'd like to read. Thanks for putting the word out on this one!

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