25 June, 2015

{{Book Review}} A Heart's Betrayal{{Book 4}}

Heart's Betrayal (Thomas Nelson, June 2015)

Emmie finds shelter in the arms of a soldier, but her secret could drive them apart.

When Emmie Croftner answered the door to her late husband's home, she discovered an awful truth: her deceased husband was a bigamist. And what's more, the home she thought she inherited never belonged to her at all.

Suddenly displaced, powerless, and ashamed, Emmie can't stay in Wabash, Indiana. She makes a hopeful start for Fort Laramie, Wyoming, to find her friend Sarah Montgomery and a new beginning. But when she arrives, she discovers she's pregnant---and without a husband. The new start she'd hoped for slips from her fingers.

But then she meets Isaac Liddle, a handsome soldier with a kindheart. When he begins to court her, Emmie wonders whether she could ever really be his---and whether she dares to tell him she is carrying another man's baby.

*My Review*
A Heart's Betrayal is the 4th book in the {Journey of the Heart} series by Colleen Coble. All of these books are easy reads at a little over 100 pages each. I usually finish reading these books in this series in one sitting. I really do wish they were all in one book so you can read them all at once, So far the first books have been wonderful and I can't help but be impatient while I wait for the 5th book. In A Heart's Betrayal, we were introduced to a new character and a new set of problems. This book ends of course with a lot of details hanging because there are still two more books left in the series. 

I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a good fast paced series. 
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About the author: 

Colleen Coble has sold over 2 million novels worldwide. Seagrass Pier, the third installment in her acclaimed Hope Beach series, marks a new highpoint for emotion and complexity in Coble's addictive brand of romantic suspense.

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I received this book free from litfuse publicity in exchange for my honest review. I am not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are 100% my own. 

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