"A Most Unsuitable Match," by Stephanie Grace Whitson
Miss Fannie Rousseau is a young woman of privilege traveling west to uncover the truth behind a family secret.
Mr. Samuel Beck is on a mission to atone for past failures that still haunt him.
Their meeting aboard a steamboat to Montana sparks an unlikely attraction. They are opposites in every way... except in how neither one can stop thinking about the other.
Will the end of the journey bring the end of their relationship, or is it just the beginning?
I have nothing but praise for this book. I had to read the next page, as I had to know what was going to happen next. The storyline kept you on your toes. Fannie was a delightful lead character, though must admit she did a lot of fainting; I am guessing it must have had something to do with the corests she wore!!!
There were a couple of twists and turns in the story which I wasn't expecting. I personally enjoy stories from this period of time and always learn something new. This author is being added to my list of authors I must read more of, and when I popped by her website, I discovered she has written a lot of other neat sounding books.
For anyone who is interested, here is a link to Stephanie's website.
Stars out of 5: 5 a joy to read and one I would reccomend to you to either purchase or borrow from your local library.
"Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.
Available at your favourite bookseller from Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group".
There are certain things in life that I will not scrimp on by buying cheaper brands and Heinz Baked Beans is one. I will say we were sort of confused by all the different flavours of Heinz Baked Beans over here. I prefer the Original one the best.
The site has a number of recipes on it, I like this one for Cowboy Casserole.
When the kids were home, it had to be Heinz Ketchup as well. Now as we go through very little ketchup I will buy whatever is on sale when I have ran out. Luckily more often than not Heinz is on sale, as the kids especially dd whines if there is another brand in the fridge. I found a link with a number of recipes that use ketchup in them.
Do you have a product that you will not substitute a cheaper alternative on regardless?