“Twice a Bride” by Mona Hodgson, book review- Sinclair Sisters of Cripple Creek book 4
This novel is the newest story about the Sinclair sisters who moved to Cripple Creek, CO. At this point all the sisters have moved to Cripple Creek and are quite settled, but a new young woman, Willow, has come to town, as her brother married one of the Sisters.
Willow, who is a widow, is trying to start over, and has moved to get a new start. She is an artist and quickly finds a job as a portrait painter for a local photographer, who is also new in town.
As always, in Cripple Creek, there is romance in the air, but this time it is the Sinclair father, rather than daughters. Mr. Sinclair comes to town after 2 years in Paris, he brings an unexpected visitor.
This book is a continuation of the previous books, and although it does stand alone, the author does not spend a lot of time bringing the reader up to speed on what has happened in books 1-3. It is more meaningful if you have read the other books first. This novel is easy to read, great take along for a vacation.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Waterbrook Press. All opinions expressed are my own.