Sunday, July 21, 2019

The Express Bride by Kimberley Woodhouse

Forgiveness.  Forgive others.  Forgive yourself.  This is not easy for anyone to do.  But Jesus died on the cross to forgive our sins.  Our sins, not his.  We were forgiven by the ultimate sacrifice.

Jackie could have been devastated discovering the truth.  But she pulled through by leaning on her True Father- he was there for here for guidance and comfort.

Elijah kept to himself.  He worked hard. He didn't have time for a relationship. But God had other plans for him.

This book was a treat to read.  I was anxious that Jackie would not be able to get over the uncovered secrets of her parents' past.  It could very well make you angry, not able to trust and holding a grudge.

The background story was about the Pony Express.  Sure doesn't sound like a job I would want!!!!  I enjoyed the adventure but loved how the characters developed and of course, the ending!! I won't give it a away but you need to pick up a copy!

About the Book: 
Join the adventure through history, romance, and family legacy as the Daughters of the Mayflowercontinues with The Express Bride by Kimberley Woodhouse in 1860 along the Pony Express. Jackie’s unconventional livelihood as a station manager is threaten by criminal activity and an unlikely visitor from back East

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