For this post I am working once again with the Killion Group, therefore I would like to thank them and the author of Dear Mr. Weaver, Kit Morgan, for gave the chance to participate on the Dear Mr. Weaver Book Blast.
And as you can see on the right side, you have a link to a Giveaway of a $25 Amazon Gift Card that´s happening thanks to this event.
So as I mentioned, I am going to be talking about Dear Mr. Weaver, the first book in the Mail Order Bride Ink series. This is the first book I read by Kit Morgan and I was so entertaining while reading it. It has taken me longer than expected to read it, but it was because I have no time, work is killing me.
So for starters I will say that one of the things that I have enjoyed the most was how the story was told. It starts with a job interview and then it jumps back to the past and we met the real main characters of the story. As the name of the series indicates this book is about a mail order bride; in this case Ebba. Once we meet Ebba we can read her first contact with his groom-to-be and how one little line can change everything.
The other great thing about this book is how the author was able to keep things real. I will not say that much because I wouldn´t like to spoil anything but as you read it you will figurate what I am talking about; but I will sum thing up by saying that there is not the annoying instalove that we are used to get in all the romance novels.
The story was great and it keep me interested for the whole book, but it´s not the kind of book I have had stay up all night because I wat to read. However the story has an appropriate rhythm though some stuff is kind of forced.
The main issue I’ve had while reading this book has to be with the fact that English is not my native language so the dialects of the different parts of the states are kind of difficult for me. Meaning that even when it was so great to see some of the characters having an unique way of speaking it took me a while to adjust to it and fully understood. In fact I´ve had to reread some of the dialogues a couple of times in order to fully comprehend.
Overall I would recommend Dear Mr. Weaver. It´s a funny western-romance and it is ideal for summer. I gave it 3 out of 5 stars.
And of course here you have all the authors´ links in case you are interested on contact her.
See you all soon.