Vickie McDonough

Finally a Bride

Finally a Bride
Author: Vickie McDonough
Series: The Texas Boardinghouse Brides, Book 3
ASIN: B07HYC7Y53

Reporter Jacqueline Davis is suspicious of the new preacher. But will a budding romance overshadow her determination to uncover his secrets? Jailbird Carly Payton is looking for a new start in life. Garrett Corbett is looking to avoid marriage with a jailbird. Will love blossom with a second look?

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About the Book

Keep your eyes wide open for romance in Lookout, Texas. Noah Jeffers enters town determined to make up for past misdeeds. Reporter Jacqueline Davis is determined to nail her story. Will she uncover Noah’s secret before he can capture her heart? With nowhere else to go, ex-con Carly Payton returns to the Lookout boardinghouse. Garrett Corbett is looking for an upstanding wife, not some jailbird. What will he do when overpowered by Carly’s unassuming appeal? Does love deserve a second look?

Reviews:

This book is a great tale of love, forgiveness, and second chances. The thing I absolutely loved about this book was its ability to show that when we walk with Christ we aren’t held to our past. I think so often we, me included, forget that when we accept God’s grace and forgiveness the past is the past and we’re able to move on. This book does a great job at showing the same themes through different people and different stories.
(Sharise Toombs Christian Book Reviews 20110331)

Finally a Bride is fun, very romantic, and inspiring. It’s recommended reading for anyone who wants to spend a few hours enjoying a great love story that brings with it a message of hope.
(Cindy Downes CindyDownes.com 20110228)

Finally a Bride is a heart-warming story of redemption, forgiveness, and finally, acceptance, in the face of adversity. It is chock full of lovely well-rounded characters that look to God for direction to reach their individual goals in life. A strong, uplifting plot keeps the reader reading to a satisfying conclusion. The growth of each of the main characters, especially Jack and Noah, is both profound and extremely satisfying. It hits its mark without coming off as preachy. This is a must-read for any fan of inspirational historical romance. Finally a Bride is a real gem.

(Marianne Arkins Long and Short Reviews 20110301)

Vickie McDonough”s third book in the Boardinghouse Brides trilogy is possibly her best yet.

All the story lines come full circle, wrapping up the series in a truly satisfying ending. Vickie McDonough is coming into her own as a popular inspirational historical romance author. Her books just keep getting better and better!

(Myra Johnson Romantic Women’s Fiction…Where Life and Love Collide! 20110303)

Finally a Bride is fun, very romantic, and inspiring. It’s recommended reading for anyone who wants to spend a few hours enjoying a great love story that brings with it a message of hope.
(Cindy Downes Cindy Downes 20110303)

Vickie McDonough has penned a terrific read. She puts excitement into her prose that keeps the reader enthralled and turning the pages. There is nary a dull moment and her characters come across as believable and humanly faulty.

Finally a Bride is all about second chances. Readers will find life lessons within its pages. I read a previous book in this series, and will be looking for the one that I missed and other books by this talented author.

(Dawn Roberto Love Romances & More 20110328)

Vickie McDonough has penned a terrific read. She puts excitement into her prose that keeps the reader enthralled and turning the pages. There is nary a dull moment and her characters come across as believable and humanly faulty.

FINALLY A BRIDE is all about second chances. Readers will find life lessons within its pages. I read a previous book in this series, and will be looking for the one that I missed and other books by this talented author.

(Penny Love Romances & More 20110327)

I would recommend this book to any and everyone because it has a positive and uplifting story with a great outcome. It goes to show that when someone willingly commits their life to Jesus they have to change from their their old ways no matter how major or minor to truly follow him.

(Cortney Penn Clean Reads for Happily Ever After People 20110330)

I was so happy to learn that the third book in the Texas Boardinghouse Brides series was about Jack and Butch. I was also happy to see Carly back. And I”m happy to say that I wasn”t disappointed with Finally A Bride…This was an enjoyable read and I would certainly recommend this book.

(Angela Robinson Never a Dull Moment 20110401)

Finally a Bride is a charming love story that teaches a valuable lesson in forgiveness and acceptance. It is an inspiring novel of redemption as Jack, Noah and Carly put the mistakes of their past behind them and accept the love that God brings into their lives.

(Kathy Branfield The Reader’s Roundtable 20110405)

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