A Bride for Brynmor by @Jacqui_Nelson #Historical #BookReview


Can a sister who’s lived only for others find freedom with one man? Family has always come first—for both of them. He’s never forgiven himself for letting her go. She’s never forgiven herself for almost getting him killed.

When Lark and her songbird sisters are separated fleeing their cruel and controlling troupe manager, only Brynmor Llewellyn can help Lark save her sisters and escape to the far west. But Lark wants more. And so does Brynmor. When they’re stranded in a spot as difficult to guard as it is to leave—a rustic cabin at a train junction between Denver and the mountain town of Noelle, Colorado—they find themselves fighting not only for survival but for redemption, forgiveness, and a second chance for their love.

Will the frontier train stop of Songbird Junction be Lark and Brynmor’s salvation? Or their downfall when her manager, a con artist who calls himself her uncle but cherishes only his own fame and fortune—demands a debt no one can pay?

Biography

Fall in love with a new Old West… where the men are steadfast & the women are adventurous. You’ll find Wild West scouts, spies, cardsharps, wilderness guides, and trick-riding superstars in my stories. Those are my heroines. Wait till you meet my heroes! My love for historical romance adventures with grit and passion came from watching Western movies while growing up on a cattle farm in northern Canada. I’ve been nominated for over 20 awards and won the RWA® Golden Heart® & the Laramie® — but my best reward is hearing from readers who have enjoyed my stories.

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My Review

Lark, Oriole, and Wren are three sisters-of-the-heart raised in a métis foster home until their ‘uncle’, a troupe manager, steps in and takes over their lives.

Desperate to flee his cruelty, the sisters escape separately with plans to meet in Denver. But Lark is followed by her uncle, and with the timely arrival of Brynmor, she escapes capture.

Brynmor Llewellyn has been in love with the beautiful songbird, Lark, for a long time, but they both have family responsibilities keeping them apart. When he interrupts an attempt by her manager to capture her, his priorities change. He can’t ignore his heart any longer and commits to protecting her, whatever the price.

Favorite Lines

Rows of fiddles, banjos, mandolins, several pianos, even a few accordions and— She gasped with amazement. Mrs. Fitzpatrick had a hurdy-gurdy? The rare find yanked her forward like a lasso ’round her heart.

Nelson, Jacqui. A Bride for Brynmor (Songbird Junction Book 1)

The cries of the dead rose from their graves. Yesterday’s chill dug deep into her bones. Ulysses threw men under trains.

Nelson, Jacqui. A Bride for Brynmor (Songbird Junction Book 1) . Jacqui Nelson. Kindle Edition.

Gus grabbed a pair of spoons and waved them in Ulysses’ face. “Why don’t you just hand these to the lady ’n stop flappin’ yer gums like some no-talent trout washed up on life’s riverbank?”

Nelson, Jacqui. A Bride for Brynmor (Songbird Junction Book 1) . Jacqui Nelson. Kindle Edition.

Gotta love Grandpa Gus!

I give A Bride for Brynmor 5 lovely kisses- a sweet, charming romance read!

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Jacquie Biggar

JACQUIE BIGGAR  is a USA Today bestselling author of Romance who writes about smart, sassy females and tough, alpha males who learn the true power is love. Free reads, excerpts, author news, and contests can be found on her web site: http://jacqbiggar.com You can follow her on at http://Facebook.com/jacqbiggar, http://Twitter.com/jacqbiggar Or email her via her web site. Jacquie lives on Vancouver Island with her husband and loves to hear from readers all over the world!

19 thoughts on “A Bride for Brynmor by @Jacqui_Nelson #Historical #BookReview

  1. Thank you, Jacquie, for reading, reviewing, and sharing my book on your blog and everywhere! It’s always a pleasure to hear you enjoyed one of my stories and interesting to see your favorite lines. Grandpa Gus was rubbing his hands together with glee after he came up with the trout-on-the-riverbank line 😉

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