Thursday, February 9, 2012

The Cowboy Tutor (Three Brides for Three Cowboys) by Linda Ford

Lesson One: Listen To Your Heart

With the mortgage due and funds scarce, Madge Morgan can’t afford distractions. Especially not from Judd Kirk, her sister Louisa’s meek tutor and—according to their mother’s plans—suitor. Madge’s focus is on her housekeeping job…little knowing Judd’s connection to her employer, or his real reason for coming to Golden Prairie.

At last, Judd has found the man who swindled his mother. Yet if he seeks revenge, he risks losing the one thing he wants even more: a woman with faith enough to rekindle his own. A woman with strong values and a gentle heart. A woman like Madge.

Reviewer: Fashionta
Seeking revenge is not the best idea, when your life comes apart. But the hero of this story is doing it for his mother, who’s choice has left her and his younger brother in dire straits. It’s 1932, 3 years after the Wall Street crash and times are tough. Just ask the heroine who’s trying to save her family while her mother's plans is to hire a tutor, when she really wants the person to marry her daughter.

Deception is a key point in this novel. Each of the main characters are dealing with it in their own way. It makes for a story of redemption and hope as these characters go on their own journeys to find their true selves and whether what they are after is worth it. I have to give this book 3 stars and say you must the read the rest of the trilogy to get the other sisters’s stories.

Publisher: Harlequin Love Inspired Historical
Review Courtesy Of: NetGalley


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