Monday, October 13, 2014

Review of Tired and True

Tried and True (Wild at Heart) by Mary Connealy, Tired and True

Author: Mary Connealy

Series: Wild at Heart book 1
Chapters: 24

Pages: 317

Genre: Christian Historical Fiction

Rating: 4.5 stars

Kylie Wilde and her sisters Shannon and Bailey fought in the Civil war by posing as boys. They had plans to homestead as man so that they could cut the time down from five to three years. However that doesn’t work the way Kylie had planned. For one reason she likes dressing as a woman, and has let her hair grow out.  Aaron Materson the land agent sees through her act.

I love Mary Connealy’s books. They are my go to books for Christian Westerns. Like her previous books there is the right balance of faith, romance, and action throughout the whole book.  Kylie is the right balance of a strong heroine who is also feminine.  It was nice to read a fictional novel about women homesteaders posing as man, which could have actually happened.  This book was a fairly quick read and I enjoyed it. I cannot wait for the next two books in the series. 

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