Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Review: The First Bride by Sofia Hunt

The First Bride by Sofia Hunt

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Determined to protect her sisters from a murderous uncle, Lizzie Prescott answers a "brides wanted" ad. She and her sisters journey to 1860s Washington Territory, a wild land of towering cedar trees and brawny lumberjacks.

Logan Gallagher brought the brides out west for his crew, not for himself, but he can’t get the red-haired beauty out of his mind. His brother, Gage, harbors his own desires for the opinionated redhead.
Can all three of them find love together in this untamed land?

Wendy's Review

Sofia take you back into time when mail order brides came to the northwest and she has a way through a diary entry so you know how the characters feel and what they think of the situations. Elizabeth Mary Prescott wanted a new life for her sisters when they embarked to Port Steele WA she knew that her life was not what was important just finding suitable husbands for her sisters.

Through the harsh weather and knowing that she was in charge Elizabeth had to confront the Gallagher’s about their living conditions, unbeknownst to Elizabeth she caught their attention and Logan and Gage set out to have her as their own.

Sofia made you reading every word intently so you wouldn’t miss how these two men brought a stubborn redhead to their way of thinking. The dangers of the west have you wanting these two strong men there to protect you like they do Elizabeth.

A wonderfully written story that has you wanting more. A great first book with hot headed people having hot sex and bringing down the walls.

The first book has you wanting to read the trilogy.

5 Tea Cups!

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