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The Cumberland Bride by Shannon McNear

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With all of the historical research we've come to expect with a strong dash of Last of the Mohicans, we fall in love with Kate and Thomas. 

Thomas has his foot in both worlds. A white man sold and adopted into the Shawnee he doesn't quite belong anywhere. Kate is smart as a whip, enjoys writing, and is incredibly brave--well beyond her time. 

The action in the book is about the first treks west as settlers began making their way across the Appalachian mountains to Kentucky. How lucky am I to continue on this generational tale of wholesome, Christian romances?! I cannot wait for more. 

The Cumberland Bride is one of my favorites in this series. Sweet with just the right amount of romantic tension, it's the perfect rainy weather romance. 

Thank you to NetGalley, Shannon McNear, and Barbour Publishing for this free ARC in exchange for an honest review. 


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  1. Oh my word ... thank you so much!! So thrilled you enjoyed it! <3

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  2. Sounds like the type of story I would really enjoy.

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    1. I think you would. Each one can stand alone, too. So don't get put off by all the books!

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  3. This sounds like a book that my mother will enjoy. I will recommend it to her! I’m glad you enjoyed it so much, hopefully my mother will too.

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    1. That is the highest praise! Thank you so much. Let me know if she ends up liking it.

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  4. Brilliant review. It's not my sort of book but the cover is beautiful and is sounds well written.

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    1. Thank you :) That cover is probably the second prettiest in the whole series.

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  5. Your photo is the perfect set-up for this book, they should use it in their marketing materials! A+

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    1. Nikki, thank you! I am in serious envy of your book staging skills. I'm just glad this one worked out.

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  6. What a wonderful review. I'm hit and miss with historical fiction.

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  7. Great review, this is actually the first time I have heard or seen this book even though this book is not my kind of read but it sure does looks and sounds really intriguing. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post and for putting this book on my radar.

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