Wednesday, November 10, 2010

The Vigilante’s Bride ~ Book Giveaway

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image Emily McCarthy is essentially forced from her home and sent west to the town of New Hope, Montana in response to a mail order bride advertisement. She knows little about her intended groom, but is resigned to marrying him and hoping for the best in the situation.

Luke Sullivan knows Emily’s intended all too well. The man was responsible for the downfall of his family and Luke still holds a grudge against him. When Luke robs a stagecoach headed into New Hope to take money that he believes is rightfully his, he finds much more than he bargained for in Emily. In addition to the money, Luke also takes Emily in an attempt to rescue her from a dangerous situation ~ but will she see it that way?

My Thoughts

The Vigilante’s Bride by Yvonne Harris was an enjoyable read ~ one that gave me a little respite while our kids were sick last week. :) There was a lot of action and drama that kept me reading when I was able to and all as a part of a wonderful storyline showing God’s redemption, restoration, and true relationship.

Find Out More

~ Visit Yvonne Harris’ website

~ Buy Yvonne’s book at Amazon.

The Giveaway

Would you like to win a copy of The Vigilante’s Bride? I have one copy to mail to one of my readers! Leave a comment on this post ~ be sure there is a way for me to contact you. The giveaway will be open until Tuesday, November 23rd at 8pm.

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This book was provided for review by Bethany House. All opinions expressed in this review are solely my own.

17 comments:

  1. Would love to win a copy! This book sounds exactly like something I would enjoy reading!
    Thank you!
    kempfyre21@yahoo.com

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  2. This sounds like a good book to read. Susan steveac@bellsouth.net

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  3. Sounds like a book I'd enjoy reading during "my" time which is after my daughter goes to bed.

    linda@byron.com

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  4. I love reading new books. This one looks great. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  5. I have really enjoyed your recommendations, thanks for laying the ground work. Hopefully I'll win this one since DH is having a heart attack at the recent spike in our book budget, since we can't get some at the library..LOL.

    vallegirl@verizon.net

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  6. What an interesting storyline! I would love to win a copy. Sign me up! :)
    annettewithrow@yahoo.com

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  7. Would love to win! I love reading new authors.

    bakergrl5@yahoo.com

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  8. Here's a tidbit that's not generally known. The Vigilante's Bride is based on real life. There really was a vigilance committee in Lewistown, Montana, in 1884. Their vigilantes worked hard to clean up the territory! Good guys make the best bad guys when it's for a good cause if that makes any sense. The hero and everything else is fictional.

    Yvonne Harris

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  9. Jolanthe,

    I would love to read this story. It would be the perfect thing to read in December, for the holidays.

    God bless,
    Rebecca
    christianbookworm1@sbcglobal.net

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  10. Sorry your kids were sick, I knew what that is like. I would love to read this one, sounds like a real pageturner.

    CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

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  11. This book sounds very interesting. Thanks for giving us a chance to win a copy! I will be adding it to my to be read list for sure!
    tramcdermott at yahoo dot com

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  12. THat sounds like a fun, easy reading book.

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  13. Sounds like a fantastic read! I love mail-order bride stories.
    I especially love stories where truth is woven into the lives of fictional characters.
    Would be fantastic to win and read before baby #5 arrives and 'me' time gets shelved for awhile ;o)

    krisjsna_18@hotmail.com

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  14. looks like a book I would LOVE!!! thanks!

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  15. Sounds like a fantastic read! I love mail-order bride stories.
    I especially love stories where truth is woven into the lives of fictional characters.
    Would be fantastic to win and read before baby #5 arrives and 'me' time gets shelved for awhile ;o)

    krisjsna_18@hotmail.com

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  16. THat sounds like a fun, easy reading book.

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  17. Jolanthe,

    I would love to read this story. It would be the perfect thing to read in December, for the holidays.

    God bless,
    Rebecca
    christianbookworm1@sbcglobal.net

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