Thursday, October 25, 2012

Sourdough Creek

Caroline Fyffe
Historical Romance

"Are we like wolves in sheep's clothing, pretending to be boys?"

Cassie Angel has one goal.  To reach the gold mine her uncle left the deed for and provide a life for herself and her little sister.  But when Sam Ridgeway enters the scene and offers to help, it seems like a blessing from heaven.  Feelings run high as they work to cross the land together, bringing them closer together.  But Sam has a secret.  Cassie's uncle stole that gold mine from him and he came with every intention of getting it back.  Any way he can.  But will his feelings for Cassie change his goals?  And what would happen if she ever found out his real reasons for coming with them?

My Opinion: A fun romp through history, this book was as entertaining as it was romantic.  Sam and Cassie are both thrown into hard circumstances not of their doing.  Cassie is young and scared of falling into her mother's trap.  Sam is anxious to improve the future for himself and his brother.  But love and attraction proves to be a delicious distraction.  I felt the roller coaster of romance was sweet and fun as they worked through the rough events of living in the west.  I loved the way the author weaved the story around the various side characters and plot developments, giving a smooth story while pulling the characters and the reader from one hardship to another.  I really enjoyed this one and would recommend it.

I received a free copy of this book to review.  No other compensation was given.  The summary and review are 100% my own.

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