Copeland, Lori. My Heart Stood Still: Book 2. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers. 2015.
On a stagecoach ambushed by Comanche warriors, “Sister” Anne-Marie McDougal finds herself rescued by a Crow warrior, Creed Walker. On her way to jail for swindling, Anne-Marie is separated from her sisters causing her to rely on Creed, like it or not. Though sparks fly, this spunky, spirited, sassy heroine has her moments and must trust herself, Creed and God in order to survive…
A PENNY FOR MY THOUGHTS:
Following the initial book in the series, Sisters of Mercy Flats, My Heart Stood Still accompanies the middle sister, Anne-Marie, on her journey. Having read and enjoyed the first book, I knew I couldn’t wait to meet this sister. Dressed as nuns on their way to jail when the adventure begins (sisters posing as “Sisters”), the story kept up the pace with humor, wit, chuckles and of course, a fun romance. Light without a heavy dose of faith, this was a pleasant read which left me anxious to meet the third sister. Cute, cute, cute!
4 (out of 5) pennies
*I received a complimentary copy of My Heart Stood Still from Harvest House Publishers for my honest review*