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Too Rich for a Bride is the story of a sister, Ida Sinclair, who moves to a mining town in Colorado to follow her business dreams.  Two of her sisters already reside in the town and have found suitable suitors for themselves.  When Ida moves to the town, the sisters set out trying to find a suitor for her.  She however does not want anything to distract her from her goals as a successful business woman.  However, there are two suitors chasing after her, a dashing lawyer and a traveling preacher, who become harder and harder to ignore.


Too Rich for a Bride is the second book in a series by Mona Hodgson.  I admit that I have not read the first book, and yet I did not feel lost in this book.  The story is well written, and I enjoyed it immensely.  I would definitely recommend this book for those who love suspense, humor and a little bit of romance.


This book has been reviewed for Blogging for Books.


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Addie Sullivan is a young lady who has grown up in almost complete isolation at Battery Point Lighthouse outside of Crescent City.  One day, Walter Driscoll walks into her life and her world is turned upside down as everything she thought she knew turns out to be a lie.  She accepts a governess position to a boy who is her actual nephew, entering the house in an unsuspicious way so that she can discover who she truly is.  While searching for clues, she finds help in her blossoming relationship with the father of her student, along with danger as her faith in God falters and then grows stronger.

Colleen Coble has masterfully woven a suspense tale filled with romance together to create a story that pulled me in.  This is the first book I have ever read of hers, and I am wondering why I have never heard of her before.  This book is wonderful! It is filled with an innocent faith in God that was amazing to read and a relationship that was wonderful to watch unfold.  I am definitely going to recommend this book and this author to others, and I look forward to expanding my library to include her other novels!

This book reviewed for Thomas Nelson Book Review  Blogger Program http://brb.thomasnelson.com/

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