Logan McCutcheon returns to colonial Virginia after seven years in the hands of Shawnee Indians. But was he really a captive, as everybody thinks? He looks and fights like a warrior, and seems eager to return to those he calls friends and family. Kira McClure has waited for Logan all those years, passing herself off as odd to keep suitors at bay––and anyone else from getting too close. Now that he’s back, he seems to be the only person capable of protecting her from the advances of Josiah Campbell and accusations of witchcraft. And to defend the settlers against a well-organized band of murderous thieves.
Although a bit different, Kira holds her own. She makes me laugh by her innocent and sometimes stupid actions. She enamors with her braveness and strength.
And Logan is my, my, all irresistible. The brainy-brawny man who loves his girl and is quick to protect her is the just the kind of man I love in a historical fiction.
The plot is good and the pace makes for great action. The book made for a quick read.
I’m not sure if this is a series book but I think it will do good as one. I can think of a one before this one and a few after. So Spill it, Ms. Beth Trissel, is something in the making?
Married to my high school sweetheart, I live on a farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia surrounded by my children, grandbabies, and assorted animals. An avid gardener, my love of herbs and heirloom plants figures into my work. The rich history of Virginia, the Native
Americans and the people who journeyed here from far beyond her borders are at the heart of my inspiration. In addition to American settings, I also write historical and time travel romances set in the British Isles.
Beth will award a digital copy of “Through the Fire” to one commenter, a digital copy of “Red Bird’s Song” to one commenter and a grand prize of a $25 Amazon GC to one randomly drawn commenter during the tour.