Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Review: Blue Thunder and the Flower (The Wild West Series Book 3) by Karen Kay

He rescued her from danger. Then she stole his heart.

Working as a trick rider for Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, Blue Thunder of the Lakota Nation joins forces with two Assiniboine warriors in their mission to stop a hidden enemy who means to destroy the American Indian people. As a child, he’d witnessed the massacre of his friends and family, including the girl, Sweet Flower, whom he'd vowed to marry. The loss has left him with a burning ache and a prejudice against the white man. So how can he fall for a woman like Marci Fox?

Something terrible happened to Marci when she was a child; something that keeps her from remembering her early life. She jumps at the chance to travel from England to New York with her friends working with the Wild West show. But a last minute hitch means the only way to get there is to pretend she’s married to Blue Thunder. Her attraction to him is deep, yet something stands in the way of true happiness—the ghosts from his past and his commitment to a mission that could get him killed.

But soon, Blue Thunder and his friends must discover who the true enemy is and stop his evil plans before he can harm more of their people. Could uncovering the treachery get Blue Thunder killed? And, even if he survives the threat, can Blue Thunder and Marci overcome their past and discover the sweet flower of true love?


My Review:

Incredible storytelling.

I have loved this series from the start, but this book is definitely my favorite.  Fate brought Blue Thunder and Marci together, but neither knew the real reason why.  When the plot twist hit, I was blown away.  I did not see it coming. 

This book has everything, romance, friendships, family and concluding a mystery that has run throughout the series.  This was definitely a hard book for me to put down and I didn’t want it to end.

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