Monday, May 19, 2014
The Heart's Pursuit - A Review
Published - May, 2014, Zondervan Books
Title - The Heart's Pursuit
Author - Robin Lee Hatcher
Format - ebook, paper
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When Silver Matlock is left at the altar and discovers that her fiance stole a considerable sum of money from her parents, she decides that she will set out to retrieve the stolen money. To assist her in her quest, she hires bounty hunter Jared Newman. The pair begin a trek through mountains and deserts never knowing that their quest may cost them their hearts.
I've read almost everything that Robin Lee Hatcher has written. This one was a fast read with lots of action and short chapters.
Still, I wasn't too particularly impressed with it. It was ok. The characters didn't have much depth to them. The plot did hold my attention, but it wasn't what I expected from a Robin Hatcher book. I get the fact that the book was more of an adventure than a romance, and that was fine. It made it rather entertaining. But still, I felt something was off.
This would be a book I'd recommend for the beach, or for a fast summer read. I didn't have to think much while I read it.
I received this book for free from Thomas Nelson/Zondervan's Booklook Blogger program for the purpose of reviewing. I was not required to like the book, only give my honest opinion. My thoughts and opinions are my own.
Recommended to fans of adventure, Robin Lee Hatcher, historical fiction.
Rating - 3 stars