A Lady Like Sarah (#1) by Margaret Brownley

A Lady Like Sarah (A Rocky Creek Romance, #1)A Lady Like Sarah by Margaret Brownley

My rating: 4.5 stars!!

‘A Lady Like Sarah’ is mainly about a pastor and an outlaw. Justin Wells, the previous pastor of a church in Boston, is making an adventurous journey to Rocky Creek, TX to pastor a church. Along the way he encounters U.S. Marshall’s, locust, Indians, a stampede, & an outlaw.

Justin and the outlaw, Sarah Prescott, created a bond when traveling this journey to Rocky Creek together. She’s a Prescott, the sister to one of the most wanted outlaw gangs in Rocky Creek. She wants a normal life-to find a husband and start a family. But since she’s an outlaw, will she be able to?

“If only she wasn’t a Prescott. Why hadn’t someone helped her & her brothers through their grief following the loss of their parents? Someone like Justin? Would that have made the difference?”

I didn’t know how much I would enjoy ‘A Lady Like Sarah’, but found that I enjoyed it very much. Once I got used to the old west theme and characters, I thoroughly enjoyed ‘A Lady Like Sarah’. The characters were funny and kept my attention.

Throughout ‘A lady Like Sarah’ there was a story of grace and miracles.

One of the reasons I didn’t give this a higher rating is because, in my opinion, there seemed to be a lot of typos and duplicated words. Another reason is it was hard to understand the meaning of some sentences.

Overall though, a great story that held my attention and kept me slightly on the edge of my seat. I’m looking forward to reading ‘A Suitor For Jenny’.

I recommend ‘A Lady Like Sarah’ if you enjoy reading historical, western, or romance novels.


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