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Sometimes retribution finds its own way-Harlot at the Homestead by @MissWishlade #BookReview

Title: Harlot at the Homestead
Genre: Historical Western
Series: The Duggans of Montana, Book #1
Publisher: Totally Bound
Word Count: Short Novel – 33,707 words

Series Blurb:

The Duggans of Montana work hard and play harder.
Kenan Duggan looks out for his twin sister Rosie, and Matthew and Emmett, their two younger brothers. The Wild West is a tough place to live and each one strives to carve out their life on the land whilst battling the prejudices, contradictions and restrictions of an ever changing society.
They say that blood is thicker than water…but can these siblings find love and still hold on to family ties?

Harlot at the Homestead Blurb:

Sometimes retribution finds its own way but sometimes it needs a helping hand.
When Catherine Montgomery shows up at Kenan Duggan’s homestead, she expects him to be surprised. She’s been gone two years and she’s devastated to hear that her former fiancé was forced to give her up for dead.
Catherine never stopped thinking about Kenan and hoped that they’d be reunited one day. She has suffered at the hands of another but nothing tortured her as much as being apart from the man she loves. She doubts, however, that Kenan will be able to forgive her when she reveals her secrets.
As Kenan battles his desire for revenge, their mutual desire reawakens like a creek bed in the rain, and soon they are swept up in rediscovering their all-consuming passion.
Retribution often finds its own way in the Wild West and the men to blame for Catherine’s disappearance may well find themselves paying for their crimes in unexpected ways.
That’s if Kenan doesn’t get to them first!

 Kay's Review

My heart broke for Catherine and Kenan while reading this. For the pain and suffering she had to endure because of other people's greed and mistakes. For the loss and grief Kenan went through because he thought she was dead for two years. Reading as she recounted why she 'disappeared' for all that time was as if I was in the same space with the characters watching it all unfold. The author writes this so well, if felt cinematic and vivid.

And then the struggle to re-establish herself in a conservative society that would now look upon her as tainted. I love that Catherine was more worried about dmanaging her friends' reputations than her own happiness. She truly loved the Duggans not just Kenan. Kenan is protective and his unflinching love for her is apparent. And yet we seem him being vulnerable and conflicted which endeared me to him.

This is a great book and I couldn't put it down . However I would've loved some consistency with the language used, some of it felt a little modern for the setting. But it didn't stop me from enjoying this fabulous story. If your looking for a erotic historical romance then go pick this up.

Disclaimer: This book was provided by the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for a gorgeous review!!! xxx :-)


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