Monday, March 23, 2015

My Heart Stood Still - A Review

Published - February 2015, Harvest House Publishers
Series - Sisters of Mercy Flats Book 2
Author - Lori Copeland
Title - My Heart Stood Still
Format - ebook, paper
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Anne-Marie and her sisters are beautiful thieves. But they got caught. Disguised as nuns, the sisters find themselves in a jail wagon heading off to jail when a Comanche party attacks the wagon. Each sister is rescued by a different man and sets off in a different direction. They each vow to meet up again at Mercy Flats. Anne-Marie finds herself rescued by the Crow warrior, Creed Walker. Creed is a man of secrets and few words. The more time that he spends in Anne-Marie's company, the more that he is drawn to her. When they find themselves seeking refuge with the Apache tribe Creed was adopted into, Anne-Marie hopes to learn more of the man she is falling for. She doesn't expect to meet the woman he is promised to. Add some outlaws after the gold they inadvertently stole, Anne-Marie and Creed have what appears to be insurmountable obstacles to overcome before they can find happiness together.

I enjoyed this book much more than the first in the series. I think the reason for that is that Anne-Marie was rather funny. The situations she found herself in were humorous. And the chemistry between her and Creed was fun to watch develop too.

I don't think that this was up to the standards I've come to expect from Lori Copeland. I've read almost all of her books, and this one just didn't seem quite as developed as some of the others. Still it was an enjoyable read. I look forward to the third book in the series.

I received the Kindle copy of the book for free from NetGalley for the purpose of reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.

Recommended to fans of Lori Copeland, Lori Wick, Janette Oke

Rating - 3.5 stars, 3 stars on Amazon & Goodreads


1 comment:

  1. It's been awhile since I've read Lori Copeland! I enjoy her historical fiction, but I've been trying to branch out with the genres I read and I just haven't revisited her lately. I'll keep an eye out for some others of hers, since this one didn't seem as developed to you.

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