[Read] ➬ The Bride Bargain By Kelly Eileen Hake – Lectinshield.co.uk


  • ebook
  • 239 pages
  • The Bride Bargain
  • Kelly Eileen Hake
  • 15 August 2019
  • 9781607420460

10 thoughts on “The Bride Bargain

  1. says:

    This is a mini Books For Christian Girls review It is not a full content review and will not receive one These mini reviews are years old and just for clarity on the rating the book received on Goodreads 1 21 2015 I ll be honest, I wasn t expecting to like this novel due to the fact that the back cover didn t interest me much Both main characters had a faith and I found the match making plot to be funny There was some parts I didn t like though, so that effected the rating Main Content A jerk tries to pinch a girl s bottom mentioned, not detailed A 13 year old prostitute talks to Saul is afraid that her sister s boss will find her Saul calls him a pimp Mentions of said boss pimp Mentions of a man who forced a girl into prostitution and when she became pregnant, he pushed her which lead to her dying a semi detailed kiss.


  2. says:

    I liked this book but I didn t love it Its nicely done but there s no wow factor to it like a really great read gives you.This is definitely a Christian novel and while not heavy on scripture, is probably not something a non Christian would find appealing The theme of the story, which I think most people can appreciate and relate to, is pride There s also the underlying theme of disappointment in God not answering your prayers but giving you what He wants in return, which turns out even better than you d hoped for.I ve never been a fan of headstrong heroines Spunky and feminine and all woman, yes But while this heroine is all that, she s also got the trope that I really don t like no man is going to tell me what to do.If you re looking for a nice read to pass the day away, this is it For me, definitely not a keeper, although I wouldn t be opposed to reading of this author s work.


  3. says:

    A decent historical romance.


  4. says:

    This book was okay I loved the plot, but some of the execution was so so Especially at the end One thing that really bugged me was that Clara s last name kept changing Is she Miss Field, Miss Edgerly, or Miss Reed The other thing that I found was that the ending was very disappointing It wrapped things up way too quickly and in a very confusing manner It almost felt like Ms Hake was running out of time and had a deadline to meet or so many words to meet to finish the book and she hurriedly finished the book without reading through it ever again After finishing the book, I went to the copyright page to find out who published this book I was surprised to find out that it was not self published Maybe publishers do not read through the books before publishing to make sure there is consistency and excellence throughout the whole book I hope that is not the case, but if this book was any indication, I would say it is.


  5. says:

    This was a cute idea but was not executed well The writing was all over the place with changing POV in the middle of a page and jumping around from one place to the next The story just didn t flow well The characters where interesting, but needed depth There was an ok amount of prayer and going to church not at all too preachy But I hung in their and kept reading, but the end was a train wreck and just left be irritated How many misunderstandings can there be between two people, well there were just too many in this book Very clean read.


  6. says:

    RefreshingPredictable however refreshing in the way that Kelly takes us to that end She hits on spots that are new to Western novel s.


  7. says:

    EnjoyableIt started a little gritty sorrowful Yet in the end it was a sweet romance Honestly the other romances may be sweeter than the main one It was an enjoyable story.


  8. says:

    I like frontier stories and mail order brides and this was almost a combination of the two A very sweet story of a young woman who wanted to go to Oregon to start a new life but instead was caught up in a plan to find a bride for her employers don Good story


  9. says:

    This was a wonderful start to a three book series The Bride Bargain is the first I ve read from Kelly Eileen Hake What a treat it is to find a new favorite author with a list of books ready and waiting for me.


  10. says:

    A pool read, a rather predictable but sweet romance.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The Bride Bargaincharacters The Bride Bargain, audiobook The Bride Bargain, files book The Bride Bargain, today The Bride Bargain, The Bride Bargain 6e068 When Clara Fields And Her Aunt Are Kicked Off Their Wagon Train, A Store Owner In Buttonwood Offers A Chance At Redemption Desperate, She Agrees To Find A Bride For The Man S Son A Stalwart Bachelor Will Clara S Faith And Wits Help Her Wrangle A Resolution To The Bride Bargain This Stunning Debut Novel By Kelly Eileen Hake Is Full Of Wit And Warmth Set Down Upon The Wild American Plains During The , Clara Is Desperate For A Home And A Future For Herself And Her Aunt Striking A Bargain With A Lonely Trader To Fool A Head Strong Doctor Could Lead Clara To An Unexpected Avenue Of Romance


About the Author: Kelly Eileen Hake

Kelly Eileen Hake is a reader favorite of Barbour s Heartsong Presents series, where she has released several books A credentialed Secondary English teacher in California, she is pursing her MA in Writing Popular Fiction Known for her own style of witty, heartwarming historical romance, Kelly is currently writing the Prairie Promises trilogy, her first full length novels She has been writing si