Secondhand Bride by Linda Lael Miller - PDF and EPUB eBook

(McKettricks #3)
4 from 25 reviews

This was just horrible. I finished it but it was a chore. As I stated in the second book of the series - come on now, is every...

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Details of Secondhand Bride

Exact title of the book
Secondhand Bride
Book series
McKettricks #3
Book author
Linda Lael Miller
Book edition
Paperback
Number of pages
433 pages
Language
English
Published
December 1st 2004 by Pocket Books
File size (in PDF)
1732 kB
Secondhand Bride

Some brief overview of book

This was just horrible. I finished it but it was a chore. As I stated in the second book of the series - come on now, is every female character the same.

I have to say I admire every woman who lived their lives during this time period. They had to be strong just to survive. But really, every one of the three women in this series is just too unbelievable.

Anyone would have given them a swift kick in the derriere. These women were a joke, especially Chloe. She leaves the comforts and safety of her home and follows her fiance to Tombstone.

I don't think so..... She marries him and 'really, really' finds out he is a villain on her way to her proverbial wedding bed. Hard to believe.....

Then she has sexual relations with a stranger. Even more unbelievable..... She marries him only to find SHE is left on her wedding night.

Oh, really...... She does not know where her second husband disappears. She does not know what happened to her first husband, who by the way, is a raving maniac and, who later becomes a psychopathic serial killer.

She decides to leave Tombstone(come on now) and serendipitously arrives in Indian Rock in time to see her second husband on the street. Oh, boy....... I am not a critic by any means but this was a terrible book.

The only female character likable, believable, and worth reading about was Conception. I wish she had had more space in the book.