A Bride for Dun: The Sheriff’s Mail Order Bride Book 9
Pre-order Price: $2.99
Length: 104 pages
Releasing on October 1, 2021
Religious & Inspirational Fiction
Religious Literature & Fiction
If you read A Bride for Boss, you’ll want to find out the rest of Dun’s story–
Dun, a former Pinkerton agent settles into a sleepy Wyoming town. Danger should be far behind him now. The worst he faces is drunken cowhands on Saturday night.
He finally has what he considers a hometown. All that is missing is a bride. Easy to fix! He simply writes away for one.
There’s no way he could know the wild adventure she brings with her. And will he believe what he learns about his own birth?
This is a standalone novel. Characters from A Bride for Boss do appear in it, but one can easily read this book without first reading that one.
I am naturally a helper, I want to help, it’s in my nature. But, I can’t always help because I just don’t have enough time in the day. That doesn’t mean I don’t want to, I know you all know what I’m talking about. But I do know some people from my past have always received and not given help and then they tend to say they never get help. This is when I call their names in prayer because that is the best gift of all.
I also live in a world where secrets don’t make friends. I tend to tease my friends when I catch them whispering by saying, secrets don’t make friends. Secrets are what made me think of this book A Bride for Dun.
Former Pinkerton turned Sheriff, Dun doesn’t know a lot about his past, learning about his present, and confused about his future. Now he’s adding a wife? Sure why not. A wife that is not who she seems to be. Who is Moira? She did answer his ad, or DID SHE? Is she his soon-to-be bride? Will they marry and could their wedding end up happily ever after?
I enjoyed this story and quickly grew fond of all the characters including the mischievous ones. I thought Dun was going to be a gruff, grumpy, and scary guy, he turned out to be a man with a heart of gold and loving touch. I was pulled into the story with its secrets and mystery. I was also surprised in learning about Moira, all she’s been through, and all that she can do.
Surprises were everywhere, including danger and sweetness. I enjoyed learning about both the main characters and wanted to keep reading so I could keep discovering. The story created questions to which I wanted to know the answers. Plus a touch of mystery with heroes and villains. I suppose that is how stories go when one character isn’t as forthcoming with needful information. But in life who reveals all their back story when they first meet. That never happens. Lol.
So did Dun get everything he was looking forward too or are his days busier than ever trying to figure his future out? You’ll have to find out for yourself. I’ll never tell. Secrets are safe with me, even though secrets don’t make friends.
One thing I know for sure and can share is… Life is Good. Blessed. Loved.
**I received a free ARC copy of this book, all thoughts are my own.**
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