Blue Moon Promise
The basic storyline is a young woman in great need, who is raising 2 younger siblings, and a marriage prospect. Along the way there is a Hatfield & McCoy feud. Someone threatening both main characters. Mystery of many sorts. Poverty, wealth and survival. This was a quick, easy read that waited until the end to resolve the mysteries. It was a much anticipated book for me and one I was quick to pick up and difficult to put down.
The only disappointment is while there was suspense it was anticlimactic at the end. All the mysteries were tied of although it seemed as if the story ran out of steam. It was well written for the majority of the story. The lacking part was that Ms. Coble did not have her intense suspense that makes going on something that you almost want to do with your eyes closed. I would recommend this story since the pieces of the mystery fed were enticing, the rivalry was believable and the resolution to much of the story was more realistic than can be expressed.
I want to thank Net Galley, Book Sneeze and Thomas Nelson for allowing me to read and review this book in return for a free copy and was never asked to write a favorable review by anyone.