Historical Fiction

Reckless Love by Beth White

These two may have met their match–in each other.

In the fine tradition established by her Southern grandmama, Aurora Daughtry has recently orchestrated the marriage of her eldest sister and facilitated her middle sister’s engagement. Just when it seems there is nothing left to absorb her considerable talent for managing people, in walks federal deputy marshal Zane Sager.

But Zane is not at Daughtry House for a vacation. He’s tracking a killer and collecting two key witnesses to a federal judge’s murder.

Aurora takes it upon herself to disabuse the cynical lawman of his conviction that the world is out to get him. But just as she’s on the verge of cracking Zane’s defenses, the man he is after reminds him that no one he loves is safe. Ever.

My Thoughts

A unique opposites attract story. This was a wonderful story. Though the last in the series, it doesn’t feel like you’ve missed out on much.
I loved the way the main characters complimented each other, though different in their very own rights they both worked well together. Aurora is different, strong and independent. I loved her characters strength and tenacity. Zane is also delightful, I loved the growth process he went through throughout the book.
This beautiful community working together to build each other up post the civil war is something beautiful and definitely not to be missed

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. All opinions expressed are solely mine.

About The Author

Beth White‘s day job is teaching music at an inner-city high school in historic Mobile, Alabama. A native Mississippian, she writes historical romance with a Southern drawl and is the author of A Rebel Heart and A Reluctant Belle, as well as the Gulf Coast Chronicles series. Her novels have won the American Christian Fiction Writers Carol Award, the RT Book Club Reviewers’ Choice Award, and the Inspirational Reader’s Choice Award. Learn more at http://www.bethwhite.net.

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