The Lawman’s Oklahoma Sweetheart #CFBA #bookreview


This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
The Lawman’s Oklahoma Sweetheart
Love Inspired (June 3, 2014)
by
Allie Pleiter
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Enthusiastic but slightly untidy mother of two, Allie Pleiter writes both fiction and nonfiction. An avid knitter, harp player and non-reformed chocoholic, she spends her days writing books, doing laundry, running carpools and finding new ways to avoid housework. Allie grew up in Connecticut, holds a BS in speech from Northwestern University and currently lives in suburban Chicago, Illinois. The “dare from a friend” to begin writing eight years ago has blossomed into a career that includes numerous public speaking engagements, two books on parenting; Becoming a Chief Home Officer and Facing Every Mom’s Fears and now novels for Steeple Hill Books. She is the mother of two children and, most recently, a Havanese dog named Bella.

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

When Katrine Brinkerhoff’s cabin is attacked, only sheriff Clint Thornton’s heroism saves her. She owes Clint her life—and her help catching the men responsible. All she has to do is trust in Clint’s plan to protect her family. But she can’t let herself care too deeply, not when her past carries secrets that would drive him away. 

Infiltrating the murderous gang is a dirty job, yet Clint is determined to see it through. The brigands will face justice—and they will never harm Katrine again. Clint would give his life to keep the beautiful settler safe…but will he be willing to risk his heart? 

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If you would like to read the first chapter of The Lawman’s Oklahoma Sweetheart, go HERE.

 

My thoughts:  Keep watch for this section to be filled in!  I haven’t received my copy to review yet!

 

 

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  1. Char W. says:

    My husband and I always enjoy watching westerns together on television, but I’ve never thought about reading a book similar to one. I’ll have to give this a try.

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