A Sweet Misfortune by Maggie Brendan, is a delightful book. Rachel Matthews is a young woman wanting to make her own way. She wants to buy back her family’s ranch, and the only job she can find is at the saloon as a local dance hall girl. Her brother is horrified at the thought of his sister being a dance hall girl and sends his friend John McIntyre to rescue her. John McIntyre is focused on getting his hands on as much land in Montana as he can and has little time to deal with his friends sister.
The characters are developed well, and the writing style will draw you in. With the character Rachel Matthews you have an independent woman and John McIntyre a headstrong, handsome, cattle rancher. I loved how the sparks flew between them, and how faith was an important role in the book. This was a fun and entertaining book, and one that will capture your attention until the last page.
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