Love Is One of Lifes Greatest Adventures Seven daring damsels dont let the norms of their eras hold them back. Along the way these women attract the attention of men who admire their bravery and determination, but will they let love grow out of the adventures?Along the Yellowstone River by Debby Lee 1832 Montana Heather Duncan takes over her fathers fur trapping business, be...
|Title||:||The MISSadventure Brides Collection: 7 Daring Damsels Don’t Let the Norms of Their Eras Hold Them Back|
|Number of Pages||:||448 pages|
The MISSadventure Brides Collection: 7 Daring Damsels Don’t Let the Norms of Their Eras Hold Them Back Reviews
I loved this collection. Full of fun adventures and romance. Some were filled with humor others a bit more mystery.
My favorite one in the collection is MissTaken Identity by Kimberly Woodhouse. Abigail a spitfire and full of sarcasm, who ends up getting arrested by a charming Texas Ranger. That is only the start of her trouble.
A great group of novella's that are well worth the read.
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The MissAdventure Brides Collection is a unique group of novellas featuring seven ladies who rise above the norm for women during their eras. If all stories are like MissTaken Identity by Kimberley Woodhouse, then readers will enjoy every minute spent with these ladies.
MissTaken Identity takes place over 11 days in Texas of 1883, and even the creative title has meaning. And what an unlikely pair these two seemed on the surface – Jim, a Texas ...more
I loved these stories, every single one! They were so sweet, some very funny as well. Loved their "Miss"adventures which made the book's title very appropriate. Each of the stories was unique and different.
There were some new authors for me and I found that quite refreshing to read a new writing style.
Very good compilation of stories and a great way to spend my reading time!
I received an ebook copy from NetGalley. All thoughts are my own.
Although I am still reading this collection of novellas, I must say I am thoroughly enjoying it.
Of the two novellas I’ve read this far, Misstaken Identity by Kimberly Woodhouse and Lessons of Love by Cynthia Hickey, my focus in this review, currently, is Misstaken Identity by Kimberly Woodhouse.
Humor, the thread tying the novellas together, is humor. Based on 7 young women who determine to not allow the basic norms of their eras hold them back, each story will have the reader chuckling.
The MISSadventure Brides Collection: 7 Daring Damsels Don’t Let the Norms of Their Eras Hold Them Back
Usually Barbour Publishing will gather the best of the best for their collections. The time era begins in the 1800s and goes to the Great Depression. Some of these novellas do not have the same quality of writing that the others do. Overall, the average would be a four-star book.
One of the "misses" goes fur trapping in light of her father's death. Another raises llamas in spite of her father's ...more
I have only read “MissTaken Identity” by Kimberly Woodhouse so far, but I will be finishing this collection soon!
My review will be for “MissTaken Identity”.
I really enjoyed this story!
I love the troupe that was used.
The suspense elements were well thought out and executed nicely.
I loved the characters. Abigail was a spit fire and I loved her sarcasm and ready response. Even in the midst of trials she was optimistic.
Both characters made sure God was at the center of their lives and I really enj ...more
One of the many things I love about these novella collections is that when my review schedule is overloaded (as it’s seemed to be these past couple months), I can sit and read on novella in an evening then come back to the next one as I have the time (which is how I am currently going through the Miss Adventure Brides Collection).
These stories are about headstrong women who ignore the social expectations of their era and maybe get themselves in a little bit of trouble.
In Kimberley Woodhouse’s M ...more
Review of "MissTaken Identity" by Kimberly Woodhouse:
A wealthy and naive young woman gets in over her head when she's on her first solo adventure traveling in disguise as a man. Abigail didn't foresee any trouble notwithstanding the warnings she received, and yet was so incensed when she's exposed to the realities of a man's world in Texas- smelly stagecoach passengers and all ;) I didn't understand why she maintained her facade instead of clearing up the mess from the get-go. She would have hel ...more