Beth Wallin is matchmaking again! But will her heart become entangled in her plans to find a wife for the handsome Deputy Hart McCormick? That might not be such a good idea, because this deputy has an excellent secret reason for not becoming involved with a woman again. After all, he is the very man who’d rejected Beth’s interest only a year ago! Talk about challenging.
The variety of ages and personalities for FRONTIER MATCHMAKER BRIDE’S victims, criminals, and main characters complemented nicely. Oh, those villains and their plotting! Some of my favorite characters—besides Beth and Hart—were: Scout, Ganzel, Bobby, Mrs. Jenkins, and the Denny ladies to name some. Even if their part was small I liked them still!
I really enjoyed this book for the storyline, characters and humor that Regina writes seamlessly into her historical tale. The 1875-time period is like sampling expensive chocolate for me! I love the culture Regina takes me to, the dresses, fabric, and horses. The simple life made complicated by character interaction. Regina ties the situations and personalities into such a perfectly satisfying culmination of the FRONTIER BACHELOR series that I must suggest that you enjoy the rest of the series too! At least I hope that you will! I highly recommend this historical. Yes, I did receive his novel from Regina to peruse. My statements about FRONTIER MATCHMAKER BRIDE come from my honest appreciation for Regina Scott’s ability to entertain me with wholesome, delightful stories that I’m eager to recommend!
The FRONTIER BACHELORS stories:
THE BRIDE SHIP
WOULD-BE WILDERNESS WIFE
INSTANT FRONTIER FAMILY
A CONVENIENT CHRISTMAS WEDDING
MAIL-ORDER MARRIAGE PROMISE
HIS FRONTIER CHRISTMAS FAMILY
Questions for Regina Scott:
I would love to have told more about Beth’s involvement with various charities
and causes in Seattle. That girl has energy
6. Who is your favorite or some of your favorite mystery writer(s)?
I am a huge fan of Elizabeth Peters, who wrote the Amelia Peabody mysteries that
span from the Victorian era to after World War I. I’d love to have Amelia’s kind of
7. Can you tell us about the next novel you will be releasing?
In May, I’ll be returning to my beloved Regency period with the first of the
Fortune’s Brides series, Never Doubt a Duke. When the mysterious owner of the
Fortune Employment Agency and her matchmaking cat arrange for the irrepressible
Jane Kimball to take the governess’ position with the Duke of Wey, everyone has
doubts. But when the duke must take a wife, thoughts turn to an unlikely governess
who might make the perfect bride.
8. How do you wish for your readers to contact you? Readers can reach me:
Thank you so much for the opportunity to join you on your blog again, Sue.
Susan Marlene Kinney is published in Splickety Love Magazine, The Novice and newspapers. She writes devotions, fiction, and nonfiction. She is a member and co-founder of Pens of Praise Christian Writers and is a member of Jerry Jenkins Writers Guild, American Christian Fiction Writers, ACFW WISE, and Lighthouse Christian Writers. She speaks at writers groups and prepares devotions and teachings often for Pens of Praise Christian Writers. She is a wife, mother, grandmother and At-Risk Teacher’s Aide. She loves antiques and training her Leonberger, who in turn loves to train her. But don't tell the cat, she thinks she has everyone under control.