Friday, April 30, 2021

The Bent Tree Bride by Denise Weimer


             ABOUT THE BOOK

Susanna Moore can't get him out of her mind--the learned lieutenant who delivered the commission from Andrew Jackson making her father colonel of the Cherokee Regiment. But the next time she sees Lieutenant Sam Hicks, he's leading a string of prisoners into a frontier fort, and he's wearing the garb of a Cherokee scout rather than the suit of a white gentleman. 

As both Susanna's father and Sam's commanding officer, Colonel Moore couldn't have made his directive to stay away from his daughter clearer to Sam. He wants a better match for Susanna--like the stuffy doctor who escorted her to Creek Territory. Then a suspected spy forces Moore to rely on Sam for military intelligence and Susanna's protection, making it impossible for either to guard their heart.


This book was such a good book so much so that I didn't want it to end!

Weimer sure knows how to write awesome adventures and writes about the amazing sceneries that I feel like I was there!

She draws her readers in from the very beginning and I loved the romance that was included. 

Suzanne and Sam are the perfect couple! I loved them dearly.

I didn't care much for her dad but there were times that I understood him as well.

I found the War of 1812 fascinating from this author's point of view she's done an excellent job.

I appreciate how she brings something different to her works. I say special because it comes from her heart and her love of historical fiction really comes the pages of her books. 

Her stories leave my heart feeling full and satisfied.  There are some great Christian messages throughout the story. They can be applied to our lives today. 

Thank you for another wonderful story and I am looking forward to more of them. Please don't ever stop writing!

I will reread this again.

I highly recommend.

I was NOT required to write a positive review and all opinions are my own.



Denise Weimer writes historical and contemporary romance and romantic suspense, mostly set in her home state of Georgia. She’s authored a dozen traditionally published novels and a number of novellas. As a managing editor for the historical imprints of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, she also helps others reach their publishing dreams. A wife and mother of two daughters, Denise always pauses for coffee, chocolate, and old houses.

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