Genre: Historical Romance (American Western)
Source: Received for an honest review from Net Galley. However, all opinions and thoughts are my own.
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Suzanna Worthington wants what most women want ‘ a husband to love her, a home to shelter her, and a child to bring her joy.
The battle at Manassas has stolen her fianc’ and destroyed her dreams. Channeling grief into healing, she assists the local doctor at a makeshift hospital, while her friends plot to find the one man who can fulfill all her desires…and his.
Now the war is over, and Jake Cantrell has come to find a wife. A self-made man with a huge ranch in Wyoming, he’s ready to settle down and raise a passel of sons to carry on his legacy.
Who will win her love? It could be the doctor who admires her, the Indian chief who captures her, or the man who wants to possess her and finds himself possessed by this necessary woman.
A Necessary Woman by A. E Easterlin is an interesting and intriguing Western Historical Romance, set in Wyoming.
Suzanna Worthington, lost her fiance at the battle of Manassas. To help her grief and to heal, she helps the local doctor, in his makeshift hospital, where he truly admires her, turning her tragic lost into healing and moving forward.
Jake Cantrell, a self-made ranch owner, is seeking a wife, when he meets Susanna, he wishes to process her. Then, she is captured by an Indian chief, Black Hawk. Another admirer.
Who will win her heart, and will she find her HEA with, the rancher, the doctor or the Indian chief?
Will Suzanna get her second chance at a home, love, shelter and a family of her own?
A heartfelt, heart-warming, compelling and emotionally charged Western Romance. The secondary characters definitely help carry the story along.
The reader will be pulled into “A Necessary Woman” and held captive.
Steady paced, the characters are engaging, flawed, and intriguing. The storyline has a uniqueness that keeps the reader turning pages. A great Western Romance, that really packs a punch.
Received for an honest review from Net Galley.
Reviewed by: AprilR