REVIEW BLITZ – Love on the Prairie by Ciara Knight

Title: Love on the Prairie

Author: Ciara Knight

Genre: Historical, Western Romance

Cover Designer: Clarissa Yeo

Editor: Cora Artz and Emily Sewell

Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR


Blurb:

Abigail McKinnie refuses to allow her sisters to be dispersed across the nation as mail order brides. Despite the fact the union soldiers took everything from them during their march through Atlanta-their lands scorched, house burned, food stolen-she won’t give up. With a plan in place, she sets out for Kansas to her second cousin under the guise of marriage. But instead, she plans to convince him that the seven of them can help run the homestead for him. Her plan is full proof, until she makes the arduous journey to discover he’s dead.


Owen Baker vows to never have a woman in his life again after the death of so many in his life, but when Abigail McKinnie struts onto his land claiming ownership on behalf of her dead cousin, he’s dumbfounded by her drive and beauty. Despite her abilities and their attraction, he vows to throw her over his horse to deliver her to the first train home the minute she recuperates from her trip.


Faced with living in a small dugout through storms, Indian attacks, and violent gunmen, they realize they must work together to save the homestead, the last hope for the McKinnie sisters and Owen’s heart. But when their attraction becomes more formidable than the surrounding elements, they will have to overcome their fear or lose everything.

🌟🌟🌟🌟 from Kassa


Normally I don’t read historical romance. It is just not my genre. Maybe you ask yourself why I read this book then? Easy, the blurb intrigued me. You see, a good blurb makes people interested. 
I was interested enough to give this book and a new to me author a chance and I didn’t regret it. The book was great. The plot was awesome and I felt as if I was standing directly next to Abbey and Owen in the Prairie. I felt the anguish, the angst, the excitement with the characters and I totally loved Abbey. I never thought I could like a meek woman from the past. I mean they all did what their husbands told them, didn’t they?
Oh how wrong I was. I wished Abbey was one of my ancestors. It would explain my stubbornness. 
Back to the book. The writing style was fabulous. It really set me back in time, since typical modern words were missing and in fact there was very little swearing throughout the book. I didn’t realize how much I loathed that till now. It was refreshing to read some historical romance and I would love to get my hands on the next books in the series to see what happens to abbey’s sisters.
I really enjoyed this book and recommend it to everyone who might want to read something different or try historical. It really is a good book.

Ciara Knight writes with a ‘Little Edge and a Lot of Heart’ with her contemporary and paranormal romance books. Her most recent #1 Amazon bestselling series, Sweetwater County, has topped the charts and received acclaimed reviews. Her international best-seller, Pendulum scored 4 stars from RT Book Reviews, accolades from InD’Tale Magazine and Night Owl Top Pick. Her young adult paranormal series, Battle for Souls, received 5 stars from Paranormal Romance Guild and Night Owl’s Top Pick, among other praises.



Author Links:

Website: http://www.ciaraknight.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ciaraknightwrites

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ciaratknight

Instagram: https://instagram.com/ciaratknight/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5127753.Ciara_Knight
Amazon: 
http://amzn.to/1Jc5ASN

Buy Link:

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2lTVLbv


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