Thursday, January 23, 2014

Book Review: The Brides of Chance Collection by Kelly Eileen Hake, Tracey V. Bateman & Cathy Marie Hake

The Brides of Chance Collection by Kelly Eileen Hake

Book Description:

Savor this delightful collection packed with brothers and brides. The Chance brothers enjoy ranch life in California and are not searching for brides – until brides come to them like damsels in distress, pulling at their tender heartstrings. Will any of the rough-around-the-edges brothers stand a chance of barring their hearts from love as they offer a hand of compassion?

Book Review:

I had read one of these books awhile ago and had no idea there were more! I love getting to know each character in the family. Even those these stories were written by different authors, they flow together and fit very well. Some were better than others, and even for Christan Fiction some were really preachy, but they were well written and enjoyable. This is a book that took awhile to get through, because it was separate stories, and I found I could read other books at the same time, so it didn't completely hold my attention, but it was a good clean read. I also found that reading all the books together it seemed a little more unbelievable with how everyone got hooked up. I probably wouldn't have thought that had I read them separately.

The Brides of Chance Collection

 Title: The Brides of Chance
Author: Kelly Eileen Hake, Tracey V. Bateman, Cathy Marie Hake
Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc.
Published: Nov 1 2013
ISBN: 9781624167386
Source: I received a copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.