The Pursuit of Tamsen LittleJohn: A Review

tamsen What a brave woman! Tamsen Littlejohn breaks free of her abusive and controlling stepfather who has decided she must marry for his own personal gain. You know, money. The young lady hooks up with a man she just met. Together, both Tamsen and Jesse’s faith and trust in each other is tested.
The chase begins as Tamsen’s stepfather, Hezekiah Parrish and her would be suitor, Ambrose Kincaide try to hunt her down, thinking she has been kidnapped. That and Mr. Parrish wanting distance himself of a crime he committed, killing her mom. At first even Ambrose is a scary sight, smacking a slave in Tamsen’s presence, as the man pleads for his help.
Both Jesse and Tamsen endure lots of hardship out in the wilderness, from the cold, harsh weather, and living outdoors, to being shot at by the men trying to bring Tamsen back. Tamsen learns that her pampered life wasn’t her. She doesn’t need the frills and the being waited upon when she can do for herself.
Tamsen learns to do the domestic chores that come with a household. High five to Jesse and Cade for already having mastered those skills. Tamsen learns that not all men are evil like her stepdad, that most are trustworthy and honorable. Best of all, choosing someone because you really love them not because someone else has chosen for you. Had to be love with all that Jesse and Tamsen endured.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
For more info: (Author’s web site)
http://loribenton.blogspot.com/
Read chapter one:
http://waterbrookmultnomah.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/SneakPeek_PursuitofTamsenLittlejohn.pdf
Author bio:
http://waterbrookmultnomah.com/author-spotlight.php?authorid=163736

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