Feb 102011
 

Vashti was thrilled when Bitsy decided to turn the saloon into a restaurant

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But what she didn’t know was how much less money a restaurant brings in. Not that Bitsy would ever turn Vashti out but Bitsy wants to help the only family she’s had in forever.

There aren’t many respectable jobs left in their small town that Vashti can help with. Actually, there aren’t any. Unless, Vashti can talk Griffin into letting her drive the stagecoach. True, Vashti’s never driven a team of six before – but it can’t be that different, can it?

Griffin absolutely tells Vahsti no she will not be driving. Except then he needs her to sell tickets, and then ride as messenger. Griffin just cannot believe that that he needs that little slip of a thing. But Vashti will not be driving his teams!

My Thoughts

I’ve thoroughly enjoyed this series of books. Although I will admit that I did not enjoy this book nearly as much as the others. I liked Vashti and Griffin but just couldn’t connect with them the way that I did the other characters.

This book is a cute addition and a must read if you’ve read the others in the series but I wouldn’t run out and get it as a stand alone book.

Rating: C
Buy or Borrow: Borrow
Steam: Just a bit a romance

** Many of the books I review are Advance Review Copies. These books are loaned to me for my review. I am in no way compensated for my time nor am I asked to give anything but my honest review.

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  One Response to “The Blacksmith’s Bravery”

  1. Great review 🙂

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