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27 May 2021

Review & Giveaway of No Man's Daughter by Kathleen L. Maher

 


No Man's Daughter by Kathleen L. Maher

Book Three in the Sons of the Shenandoah



New May Release!

My review
I had the good fortune of being Kathy's critique partner for this project. As I began getting her stellar chapters in to read, I told my hubs I wondered why I was still writing--this stuff was so good so why was I bothering to write? This is Kathy's best book yet and that's saying a lot. 

Willa is such a sympathetic heroine. She's been through so much.  Ben is the ultimate hero. He's so patient and kind. You'll be rooting for these two! Lots of laughs, some tears, and a strong romance! You'll love this new novel!


Blurb from Amazon:
A man with something to prove and a lady with something to hide clash over hotly contested property and a marriage proving anything but convenient.

When the Sharpe’s elderly neighbor passes after the war leaving a vacant farm with no heir, Benjamin Sharpe inquires to purchase the land. What he doesn’t expect to find is a beautiful and stubborn squatter has taken residence. Will her claim on the property prove harder to drive out than her claim on his heart?
Willa looked after Old Mr. Thompson through the war until his death. The late owner promised her a permanent home there, like the daughter he never had, but with some strings attached. When young and ambitious Benjamin Sharpe shows up with intent to evict her, Willa gives him a piece of her mind with a piece of lead aimed at his boots.
The youngest of the Sharpe brothers, Benjamin has been bossed around his entire life by his brothers, and he isn’t about to take it from any girl. All three of his brothers have veterans’ boasting rights in the War, and he must prove his mettle, too. But will his ambitions go so far as to force a waif from her home? As the girl’s resourceful defense of the property frustrates his plans, admiration plucks at his heartstrings. Ben must find a compromise while saving face with his family. But the chit has no intention of playing nice or seeking truce. In Bridgewater, Virginia, the war is still on!

Only $3.99 on Kindle! Coming soon in paperback! Free on Kindle Unlimited!
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Kathy and Debbie Lynne Costello and I have all been critique partners and we have a Rafflecopter giveaway going! We hope you'll go by and join in!

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Giveaway: Comment on this blog post for a chance to win a copy of No Man's Daughter!


34 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good one!
    mauback55 at gmail dot com

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  2. Sounds great. Thank you for sharing your wonderful review.

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  3. Thank you so much Carrie. What a lovely surprise and your words are so flattering. I am the one that has learned from you my friend. I could never do this without you and a great cloud of witnesses assisting :-)

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  4. Oh, I absolutely loved this book!! Congratulations Kathy, on a fabulous conclusion to the series :). bettimace at gmail dot com

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    1. Oh, I absolutely love you! Thank you so much Betti. 💕

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  5. All of Kathleen’s good are so good, romantic and very inspiring!!
    And this series is fantastic! A must read!

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  6. You really bless and encourage me, Paty. Thank you

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  7. Great review Carrie! Sounds like a great book.
    I bought the kindle book today and hope to read it soon.
    Blessings, Tina

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    1. Thank you so much Tina. You made my day. I hope you enjoy Ben and Willa’s story.

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  8. I'm an AVID reader and this story is right up my alley!

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    1. Stacey You will love this novel! It is so good!!!

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    2. Hi Stacey, thank you so much! I hope you get a chance to read it. Good luck in the drawing

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  9. Sounds like a great read! Heard about this through AVID! 😊

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    1. Hi Nicole. Thank you so much for coming by and leaving a comment. Good luck!

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  10. I’m finishing up this book now and it’s been so good! You do not have to put my name in.

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    1. Aw, thank you Brenda. I appreciate your kind words.

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  11. Ooh, I love a good marriage of convenience story! Looks so good…thanks for offering a giveaway!
    Terirose22 (at) Hotmail (dot) com

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    1. Hey, Teri! Nice to see you here. Thank you for stopping by. This m o c story might be a little “extra”. Lol. Hope you get a chance to read it!

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  12. I'm and Avid reader and would love to win a copy .Thank you for the giveaway.

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    1. Hi Elma. Nice to “meet” you! Carrie is such an angel to offer a giveaway. Good luck in the drawing.

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  13. I am an Avid reader. Loved the review! Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

    cagould15(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. Hi. Carrie. Thank you for coming and leaving a comment. Good luck!

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    2. Hi Carrie! TY! Loved this book! Best wishes on a chance to win!

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  14. This sounds like such a fun read! Can't wait to read it! ..and maybe add to our church library. Thank you!!

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    1. Ooooh, Ben and Willa’s story would love to visit library and meet new friends! Nice to “meet” you, Ruth. Good luck.

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  15. I loved the first two books in the series! Can’t wait to read this one!!

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  16. Oh, how sweet of you! Ben just had to have his own story. I hope you enjoy this one. Good luck in the drawing.

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  17. Sally Davison says: I'd like to read No Man's Daughter. As an AVID reader I know I'd love it!

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    1. Hi Sally! Sorry you had trouble posting. Thank you for sharing your kind thoughts.

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