Kim Vogel Sawyer keeps getting better with each novel! Beneath a Prairie Moon hits the readers’ emotions on multiple levels at the same time. In this historical romance set in 1888 Kansas, Abby and Mack are searching for the same thing—love—but neither believes it can ever be found.
Abby works for Helena as an assistant to her at a matchmaking business because Helena has been unable to find a match for Abby that would stick. Helena has a large problem to solve in a small Kansas town, Spiveyville. Sixteen men have all requested brides at the same time. Helena insists that Abby accompany her to Spiveyville to teach the men lessons to ready them for their brides.
Mack runs the only hardware store in town and is adamant that the men are wasting their money sending for mail order brides. God is the one to make matches that will stick, like the marriage his parents have. When the two women arrive alone instead of bringing all the prospective brides, Mack thinks they are trying to pull a scam.
Between sunburn, merciless wind, kidnapping, and doubt can Abby and Mack ever find the love God intends them to have?
I received a preview copy of Beneath a Prairie Moon to review. This is my honest opinion.
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