A Bride for Finn comes out tomorrow, November 15th, and is the 5th book in The Proxy Brides series. I was privileged to be a beta reader on this project and therefore, got to watch this book take form right from the start. I loved the process and Linda is a superb writer. I have yet to read any of the other books in this series, but if the rest of the books are half as good as Finn, then they're in good shape. ;)
Linda has once again created a wonderful story in which a reader would love to get lost in. She continues her creative streak with A Bride For Finn. Linda writes in a way that allows the reader to step into the story and live alongside its characters. The plot is fresh and original, the characters are well developed and relatable, and the writing flows like a gentle stream, allowing the reader to float along and enjoy the journey. I found Finn and Charise’s story quite unique, having never heard of the proxy bride concept before. I loved Finn and Charise’s love story. Too often Historical Romance books fall into the formulaic plotlines revolving around the main characters either having a misunderstanding and walking away from the relationship, only to come together in the end or enduring one calamity after another to the point of being laughable. I appreciate that Linda doesn’t fall into that pitfall and instead, creates characters that stick together through the rough patches.
A Bride For Finn is fresh, lovable, and sure to be a hit.
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Liz Austin. Bibliophile. Writer. Book hoarder. I would rather be reading....