Wednesday, April 10, 2019

The Golden Bride by Kimberly Woodhouse



Can Olivia survive the crime and Gold Rush fever of 1849...and the countless marriage proposals?
A series for fans of all things related to history, romance, adventure, faith, and family trees.

The Daughters of the Mayflower series continues when Olivia Brighton finds herself widowed and working her brother’s restaurant in San Francisco during the height of the rush for gold. Even though she receives at least twenty marriage proposals a day, she will never marry a gold miner. Her brother’s friend Joseph Sawyer has gotten caught up in local politics and the plight of Chinese in forced labor. The more Joseph gets pulled into investigating crime in the city, the less Olivia sees of the compassionate man. And just when she thinks she could love again, a fire threatens to steal all hope. 


Wow!! What a wonderful message this author has weaved into this fantastic story!!.
I love this book in the whole series best so far!! 
This author has also added some mystery, a little action and a whole lot more to make u sit on the edge of your seat to see what will happen next!!
Olivia astounds me!! I have loved watching her change in this book. 
Isn't God wonderful my friends? 
He will never forsake us nor leave us and if we let Him guide us through our lives I think it would be much easier to get though life. Too often we want to do things on our own and not keep our eyes on the Lord.
I wished I had a big brother like Daniel. He's awesome! I love his get go and get things done. 
Mr. Sawyer I especially like!! Mmm hmmm!! My my!! He has a great personality and I love his protective side. I like how he doesn't flaunt his wealth around town and he's your normal down to earth guy. I just can't say enough good things about him!!
All in all I did learn some things about San Francisco I never knew.
This is why I love reading historical fiction 


Kimberley WoodhouseKimberley Woodhouse is the best-selling author of more than twenty books who loves the JOY of story. A lover of history and research, she often gets sucked into the past and then her husband has to lure her out with chocolate. She's spoken to more than 800,000 people at more than 2,000 venues and has taught the craft of writing around the country. Married to the love of her life for twenty-five plus years, she makes her home in Montana. You can connect with Kimberley at:

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