Blue Moon Promise

Blue Moon Promise Coble is a great writer she knows what readers want and she does not disappoint Romantic TimesLucy Marsh s worldly resources are running out but she s fiercely determined to care for her younger bro

  • Title: Blue Moon Promise
  • Author: Colleen Coble
  • ISBN: 9781595549150
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback
  • Coble is a great writer, she knows what readers want and she does not disappoint Romantic TimesLucy Marsh s worldly resources are running out, but she s fiercely determined to care for her younger brother and sister When she discovers that their father s recent death was no accident, Lucy is eager to leave town She accepts a proxy marriage she believes will provide safCoble is a great writer, she knows what readers want and she does not disappoint Romantic TimesLucy Marsh s worldly resources are running out, but she s fiercely determined to care for her younger brother and sister When she discovers that their father s recent death was no accident, Lucy is eager to leave town She accepts a proxy marriage she believes will provide safe refuge But trouble follows her to Texas where her new husband is surprised to suddenly have a wife and children to care for.Nate Stanton always hoped he d marry someday, but running the family ranch meant he had no time for romance When his father deposits Lucy Marsh a city girl on his doorstep, with two siblings in the bargain, he expects ranch life will send her running on the first train out of town But Lucy is made of tougher stuff than Nate imagined When danger moves in, Nate finds he d give anything to protect Lucy and the children he s grown to love Even if it means giving up his ranch.Blue Moon Promise is a story of hope, romance, and suspense immersing the reader in a rich historical tale set under Texas stars.

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    1. I do not understand how this book has so many 4&5 star reviews, because it was really disjointed and just all over the place. It wasn't awful, I really liked the main character Lucy. Heck, she was the only reason I kept reading this book. I like how much she tried to be a proper cowgirl wife to Nate and the way she constantly attempts to control everything in her life and the live of other's around her is something I can relate to. So yes, I liked Lucy and to a lesser extent, her new husband [...]

    2. One of my favorite kinds of books are arranged marriages so I had high hopes for this one. It was sweet and very clean. It takes place in the west on a cattle ranch and I love a good western romance. It had some good action scenes and the story was very interesting and was a great plot. Unfortunately the book fell flat for me in many ways. It felt very rushed and disjointed. There were many instances were the movement and transition was just off. Here is an example- He tried to pull her close ag [...]

    3. This was received from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review – thank you. Blue Moon Promise is one of those books I didn't have terribly high expectations for - but I did have hopes. I've seen my expectations turned on their heads quite often lately, and this seemed to have promise. It's a Christian romance set in the American West in the very early 1900's, about a girl (Lucy) who is approached by a rancher offering her a new life: she can pack up her few belongings and her little half-br [...]

    4. This is the last review of 2014! Wow! Stay tune tomorrow for the best books of 2014 while we welcome 2015!About this book:“Lucy Marsh's worldly resources are running out, but she's fiercely determined to care for her younger brother and sister. When she discovers that their father's recent death was no accident, Lucy is eager to leave town. She accepts a proxy marriage she believes will provide safe refuge. But trouble follows her to Texas where her new husband is surprised to suddenly have [...]

    5. Review on : amazon/review/R1P2JH3QTo be posted on my blog 8/20: christianbookshelfreviewsI’m not new to Colleen Coble’s books (in fact, she is one of my favorite authors), but this is the first historical one of hers I’ve read. Blue Moon Promise was great from the beginning on – I loved the premise to the story (how a father gets his son a bride without his knowledge) and the tiny bit of suspense that was thrown in. :)Nate put a hand on his hip. “She’s not my wife, Pa. I never gave y [...]

    6. Colleen Coble always pens a good story, and this opening to her new series is no exception. Lucy and her brother and sister (Jed and Eileen) wrapped themselves around my heart immediately. Lucy is such a complex characater -- so spunky, competent and determined while at the same time overcome with insecurities. She may be tiny in stature, but she has a heart as big as the Texas sky! Nate didn't endear himself to me (or to Lucy!) initially but then, that should come as no surprise for a confirmed [...]

    7. First posted on my blog, Legacy of a Writer.Even though this is only the second book I have read by Colleen Coble, I know that I will always enjoy reading anything she writes. She wonderfully mixes a sweet historical romance with suspense, intrigue, and adventure to make her books enjoyable to a variety of readers!While the story plot is very important in a book, the characters are even moreso—if the characters don’t seem real, the story falls apart. At least, in my opinion. I was excited an [...]

    8. I loved this book! Nate is so swoon worthy, handsome, and honorable. I fell in love with him. Lucy I loved her devotion to her younger brother and sister. She reminds me of myself. She looks out for those she loves. Also she is on rather the petite side, like me.

    9. I liked this book despite the criticism of some people. Just had fun reading it, yes there were parts far fetched and probably some that could have been left out. But I liked the way things came together the ah ha moments goodI really like the frontier /western genre throw in that mail order bride and you have me

    10. I was really looking forward to reading this since I enjoyed several of Colleen Coble’s other books. I also really like historical fiction – although if you want to get literal the only historical part about this book is that it takes place in the past (lots of books are like that actually) and I enjoy reading marriage of convenience stories. Blue Moon Promise takes place in 19th century Texas and is a marriage of convenience story.But, while it’s a good story and I enjoyed it while readin [...]

    11. Lucy Marsh’s worldly resources are running out, but she’s fiercely determined to care for her younger brother and sister. When she discovers that their father’s recent death was no accident, Lucy is eager to leave town. She accepts a proxy marriage she believes will provide safe refuge. But trouble follows her to Wichita Falls, Texas, where the man she came to marry seems surprised to suddenly have a wife and children to provide for. Nate Stanton always hoped he’d marry someday, but runn [...]

    12. Ever since the untimely death of Lucy Marsh's father, danger has been on her door step. In order to flee this danger she accepts a proxy marriage when an old friend of her father's, Henry Stanton shows up offering her marriage to his son. She feels as if this is her only chance to care for herself and especially her young brother and sister. But most of all to keep them out of harms way.When she arrives in Texas things are not quite what she was led to believe. It seems as if her and her new hus [...]

    13. An arranged marriage story with a twist.Lucy Marsh struggles to raise her two siblings, keeping them out of the hands of their father's ill-meaning wife. When life in the city becomes too dangerous for them, Lucy gets a sudden proposal that may just be the answer to her prayers. Nate is more than a little shocked when his father brings home a wife--not his father's wife, but Nate's! Will Lucy and Nate, though thrown together by strange circumstances be able to weather the trials they face on the [...]

    14. It's 1887 and Lucy's just been let go from her job and gotten news that she is being evicted from the home she's known for ten years. And she's being followed by a strange man she's never seen.All she's ever wanted to do was take care of her 3-year sister Eileen and 12-year old brother Jeb, especially since their father died a few months ago. But now it looks like she's running out of options until Henry knocks on her door and says that he's a friend of her father's and feels like he was sent by [...]

    15. I was pleasantly surprised in Colleen's Coble's Blue Moon Promise. There were many times I thought the author was going to have her characters make poor choices that would have been plain silly but the author came through with intelligent and somewhat flawed characters that were believable. Thank you!Lucy has recently lost her father to an accident and is trying desperately to provide for her young step-siblings from her father’s second wife; who up and left the children when their father died [...]

    16. I almost stopped reading this in the first 20 pages because the dialogue was so formulaic and poor, almost like the author was just filling space or ensuring a specific dialogue:narrative ratio. I should have just stopped. I only kept going because I love mail-order/ arranged marriage/ proxy marriage romances so much- especially frontier ones.The novel had some serious inconsistencies that should have been weeded out by a thorough editor. For instance, there were scenes where a character was sta [...]

    17. Lucy has a lot on her plate, considering her fathers' recent death and having to raise her sibling by herself. When someone steals from her father's pawn shop, she knows something has to change. A sudden change happens when Lucy opens her door to arriage proposal from a well-meaning father of the groom. Lucy can't think of any solid reason to say no and agrees, especially if it helps her siblings. However, the new groom didn't quite get the planhe isn't too happy about his new bride and doesn't [...]

    18. I always enjoy a good clean western romance and this did not disappoint. I look forward to more from this author. Product Description:Lucy Marsh's worldly resources are running out, but she's fiercely determined to care for her younger brother and sister. When she discovers that their father's recent death was no accident, Lucy is eager to leave town. She accepts a proxy marriage she believes will provide safe refuge. But trouble follows her to Texas where her new husband is surprised to suddenl [...]

    19. A sweet story. Nothing too special. The plot is a bit choppy, but it’s nothing a little imagination can’t work its way around. The characters have enough flaws to make things interesting and enough goodness to avoid too much frustration—on the part of this particular reader anyway. The characters do engage in a lot of Christian behaviors—praying, reading the Bible and discussing Christian concepts. I tend to enjoy little philosophical things of this nature, but I understand others tend t [...]

    20. A lovely read. Anything Colleen Coble writes is worth reading. A marriage that begins as a mistake and ends in true love is always fun to read about. I will say that many of her books have sort of blended together for me, so it is a little hard to distinguish characters and plots if I have read a few of her books within a week or two. But her writing style is very entertaining. There's usually a mystery, a romance, true love etc. Her mysteries are always hard to untangle and usually are not very [...]

    21. This book was fantastic. I am so glad I finally read it. Colleen Coble is a wonderful author and this book doesn't disappoint! View my full review on my blog.

    22. I like arranged marriage books and this one was good. I got a little tired of all of Lucy's perceived shortcomings. I loved the children and enjoyed the story line.

    23. Blue Moon Promise by Colleen CobleReview by Kara GrantLucy Marsh's worldly resources are running out, but she's fiercely determined to care for her younger brother and sister. When she discovers that their father's recent death was no accident, Lucy is eager to leave town. She accepts a proxy marriage she believes will provide safe refuge. But trouble follows her to Texas where her new husband is surprised to suddenly have a wife and children to care for.Nate Stanton always hoped he'd marry some [...]

    24. Lucy feels forced into marrying a man she has never met to provide a home for her brother and sister. Marriage takes her to a ranch far from everywhere, to the home of a man who never dreamed of marrying her. Will Lucy and Nate learn to love each other in this arranged marriage? Who is following Lucy and what is he after? Can old family feuds be healed? This story contains very minimal violence and several mentions are discreetly made about when they will consummate their marriage. However Coble [...]

    25. This book was good, clean, wholesome, etc. I live in the suburbs of DFW, Texas, so when I found out that the setting of this book was in the Wichita Falls region, I wanted to read it because I've been to Wichita Falls. As far as the story goes, it's okay. It's not your typical mail-order bride type of story. It's a marriage by proxy (which means that you can be legally married to someone without being physically present at the ceremony).I really like Lucy. She's full of fire and love. Always try [...]

    26. I enjoyed this story. It had well defined characters and an interesting storyline. There was enough mystery and suspense without being over the top. I did find it to lag a bit in the middle though and found myself skipping a bit to get to the good stuff and sometimes the characters were maddeningly dense.

    27. Holy exploding plotlines, Batman! I can't remember the last time that I read a book with this much going on. I think it would be a better book if an editor had simply weeded through it more - too many things happening, and a rushed ending to boot.

    28. Promises keptI love this story - intrigue, treasure , arranged marriage, ranching, and love. You really can't go wrong. Seeing the patience, love, and forgiveness is a great way to get through life

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