About the book
I would have preferred to choose my destiny rather than have it thrust upon me. I’m not sure what I wanted out of life, but it wasn’t being a proxy bride to a man I never desired to marry. While others flock to the west to hide their past sins and start a new life, I killed any hope for a new life and live in my transgressions.”
“My name is Mrs. Harrison. The story I am about to tell you is not my own. Neither is my past.”
Set in the wilds of Montana above the Yellowstone River in Assiniboine Indian territory, the realities of life in 1868 come alive in this sweet, heartwarming coming-of-age story.
And I thought
A new fan of Historical Romance and it is 'All' author Heidi Gray McGills fault.
This is the second title that I got into my hands and I just loved A Bride for Harley.
The author proved to me that a really good Historical Romance is possible. To be able to write an exceptional romance in a time period that you can only research shows me a really great author!
The story is unbelievably wove together with a bit of drama. The story is emotional and sweet and filled with faith.
Thank you Heidi for giving this reader a surprise.
I received a complimentary copy.
My review will appear on Amazon and Good Reads and be featured in a in Love Is In The Air post here and in My Journey Back the Journey Back blog.
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Meet the author
So, who am I? In a nutshell — preferably pistachio — I love Jesus, my husband of 30 years, my two precious adult girls, my son-in-love, and my two adorable grandsons.
Writing is my ministry. I’m less of an evangelistic writer and more of a hands-on craftsman. Finding unintrusive ways to weave God throughout my stories and into the lives of my characters is fun for me. I strive to write characters who become so real you think of them long after turning the book’s final page. I work to write books that leave you yearning for the same kind of faith as your new character friend.
I’m an avid reader myself and enjoy wholesome and proper romances, clean mysteries, sweet historical fiction, and literary classics. Reading allows me to travel the world and through time, which is only beat out by the real thing. So, if you figure out time travel, let me know!
I daily live out my favorite Bible verse, 1 Samuel 1:18 “[Hannah] said, ‘May your servant find favor in your eyes.’ Then she went her way and ate something, and her face was no longer downcast.” I identify with Hannah, believing we each choose to be joyful in our hearts, no matter our circumstances. Besides, eating something, especially chocolate, can solve myriad issues.
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