In the newest installment of The Daughters of the Mayflower series, Kathleen Y’Barbo takes readers to Texas and the events surrounding the Alamo.
About the Book
A Series for Lovers of History, Adventure, Romance, and Ancestry
Will Ellis Lose All at the Alamo?
Ellis Dumont finds a man in New Orleans Grey unconscious on Dumont property in 1836. As his fevers rage, the man mutters strange things about treasures and war. Either Claiborne Gentry has lost his mind or he’s a spy for the American president—or worse, for the Mexican enemy that threatens their very lives. With the men of her family away, Ellis must stand courageous and decide who she can trust. Will she put her selfish wants ahead of the future of the republic or travel with Clay to Mission San Jose to help end the war?
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In My Opinion
One of the things I am thoroughly enjoying about this series in the focus on events in American history I vaguely remember from high school history classes. These authors bring the time, place, turmoil, and people to life. The Alamo Bride is no exception.
A hero who can’t remember his mission and a strong, stubborn woman who can’t decide whether she can trust him. Clay instinctively knew he could trust this green-eyed woman, but it takes a while for him to discover all facets of Ellis Valmont’s personality.
Kathleen Y’Barbo previously gave us my favorite book in the series thus far, so there was a lot to live up to in her second offering, especially considering Ellis Valmont is Maribel’s great granddaughter. While The Pirate Bride remains in the top spot, there is plenty of Maribel’s personality in her descendent. And let me just say, the ending is so worth the journey of Ellis and Clay.
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