Wildflower Brides

02 Feb

Title: Wildflower Brides: Four Romances Blossom Along the Oregon Trail

Author: Andrea Boeshaar, Cathy Marie Hake, Sally Laity, Pamela Kaye Tracy

Publisher: Barbour Publishing 2002

Genre: Christian Historical Fiction

Pages: 350

Rating: 3 / 5 stars

Reading Challenges: Support Your Local Library; February Romance Month; A to Z Titles: W

So I just don’t really know what to say about this one.  I liked it, but didn’t like it.  It had some good parts, but then really predictable parts.  This anthology falls into my Christian historical fiction dilemma.  I like them, but don’t like them.  I have mixed feelings about the entire genre.  I did like this one because the four stories, all written by different authors, were set in the same wagon train heading for Oregon.  The crossover of characters was a nice touch.  The story was definitely more believable than many of the Christian historical fiction that I’ve read in the past.  However, it wasn’t anything exciting.  A nice read during a snowy day.

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