Book Review: A Most Unsuitable Match

Most Unsuitable Match, A

Price: $14.99
ISBN: 978-0-7642-0881-2
ISBN-10: 0-7642-0881-0
Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5
Number of pages: 336
Carton Quantity: 32
Publication Date: Aug. 11
Formats: Paperback
History Brought to Life through a Surprising Romance


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?

This is not my typical time period I would want to read, but when they sent me the email about it,
I was intrigued. I am glad I grabbed this book to review. 
There’s lots of suspense and adventure in this book. Some tears, smiles, loads of compassion for others, and of course there is romance, and the author keeps you guessing on between who. You just don’t know who she ends up with in the end. Two guys in love with the same women, and she has to pick which one. They both are great prospects. 

Fannie’s mom dies and she sets out to meet an aunt she never knew about. I knew how the aunt thing was going to turn out, I just didn’t know the journey she would go through to meet her. Fannie does some courageous things, like getting on a boat in a river to a mining town that has a bad reputation. Along the way she meets some amazing people. But tragedy strikes again and she loses someone else she loves. But along the way she makes new friends who help her out. She makes new friends with some Indians, a Dr. with a blind child, shop owners, miners, and others. 

This book was very exciting and I couldn’t put it down. I can say it will be one of my favorites. Even though there is tragedy in the story, it is filled with hope every where and for it seems everyone. 

Pick it up! Its a keeper!

** I received this book from Bethany House Publishers for an honest review. **!

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