Their Reckless Bride (Return To Bridgewater Book 2) by Vanessa Vale


Welcome back to the Wild Wild West in 1885 and the town of Bridgewater, where one cowboy—one husband—is never enough.

The safest place for an outlaw to be is in the arms of the sheriff.

Grace grew up in a family of outlaws, wild and reckless. The sheriff’s intent on justice, but one look at the gun toting, pants wearing woman and he knows she’ll belong to him. To Charlie, too, for the men at Bridgewater claim, and tame, their bride together.

But can they?
Do they really know the woman they’ve wed?

While they might strip her bare, she’s still hiding plenty of secrets… secrets that might kill them all.

My Review:

Their Reckless Bride (Return To Bridgewater Book 2)Their Reckless Bride by Vanessa Vale

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Another visit to Bridgewater, another amazing menage romance! This book brings us the instant connection, the searing heat, and a true love story that we expect from this author. There is also an element of danger, that kept me on the edge of my seat!

Grace has had a traumatic upbringing as the daughter of an outlaw, and doesn’t see her life improving. She doesn’t seem to believe that she deserves a happy future, because of who her family is. But she catches a glimpse of what could be, when she meets Hank and Charlie.

This was a quick read, but still full of everything we love about Bridgewater. Each book can definitely stand on its own, but there are visits from characters from previous books. I definitely recommend this book, either as a starting point for a new reader, or a continuation for a follower of the Bridgewater series.

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