Sunday, June 3, 2012

Review - In Too Deep

In Too Deep
AUTHOR: Mary Connealy
PUBLISHED BY: Bethany House
ISBN: 978-0-7642-0912-3
PAGES: 331

    Book two of The Kincaid Brides series pickups where the last left off. Rafe and Julia are now married and Julie’s stepmother Audra doesn’t want to be a bother to them anymore. She plans on heading back east to care of her father. Rafe will not hear any of it and proposes a simple solution - Audra will marry his younger brother Ethan, whom is going to take over the Kincaid Ranch.

    After a little work, Ethan and Audra are forced into marriage, where she is planning on being the maid of the household, which includes Ethan’s other brother, the troublemaker, Seth. Ethan doesn’t know how to be a husband or a step-father to Audra’s daughter Maggie, but with God’s help, the newlyweds may make the marriage work.

    I have read a lot of Christian historical romance series, and the majority of them are about different characters in each book, but not in The Kincaid Brides as it picks up exactly where Out of Control left off. It’s nice to revisit old characters and to catch up with their lives. Audra has grown into a strong-headed independent woman, which causes some problems for the ex-bachelor Ethan. Fans of the first will be delighted to read this charming, funny sequel.

*I would like to thank Bethany House for sending me a review copy. 

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