About the Book
Mary Reichert is one of the best sharpshooters in the country, and in the Brookstone Wild West Extravaganza her skills are on display in every performance. But unless the man responsible for her brother’s death is brought to justice, Mary’s fame and accomplishments seem hollow. She feels helpless in the face of the murderer’s money, power, and connections. The only bright spot in her days is the handsome journalist who keeps attending their shows.
Christopher Williams has been assigned to follow the Brookstone show on its 1901 tour of England and write a series of articles for his magazine. As he gets to know the cast he quickly finds himself irresistibly drawn to the show’s sharpshooter. But getting close to someone would threaten to bring his past to light. How could he ever win Mary’s heart if she knows the truth? Mary and Chris will both have to trust God if they are to heal from the wounds of the past and chart a new future together.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
This book is a definite continuation of When You Are Near (book 1 in the Brookstone Brides series). While most members of the all-female wild west show who were introduced in book one return, the main focus of this book is on the show’s sharpshooter. There’s also the addition of Chris Williams, a reporter who follows the troupe across the ocean to England intending to write a series of articles about the show.
There were plenty of questions left unanswered at the end of the first book, and in Wherever You Go, Mary continues to search for the truth behind the death of her brother, Lizzie and Wesley continue to grow closer, and there is plenty of excitement in and out of the performances.
However, Jason and his obsession became rather bothersome to me by the end. I mean, take a hint, dude! That said, I’m now curious if we’re going to see more of him in book three. And I will be reading that because: 1. Phillip DeShazer dropped a huge truth bomb on Ella, and we need the facts. 2. Ella deserves resolution from her family and 3. How will the show fare without its star trick rider?
You see, there are too many questions I want answers to yet to give up at this point!
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