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Debbie from ChristFocusHarrison, ARAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Wild West show and romanceJune 11, 2019Debbie from ChristFocusHarrison, ARAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5"Wherever You Go" is a Christian romance set in 1901 in America and England. There were two main romances in this book, with the focus more on Lizzy, Wes, and Jason rather than Mary and Chris. The conflict in the story was created by Jason wanting Lizzy to marry him and going to great lengths to separate Lizzy and Wes. Jason felt that Lizzy would naturally fall for him once she saw his family's wealth when the show traveled to England, so he felt justified in creating discord between her and Wes.
Mary knew who killed her brother, but the law wouldn't touch them. Chris sent a friend to investigate, but the point of the story was for Mary to trust that God cared and would ultimately bring justice. Chris had to learn that God (and Mary) didn't hold him responsible for the sins of his father and brothers.
The characters were engaging and reacted realistically to events. Historical details were woven into the story and brought the Wild West show alive in my imagination. The relationship tensions and the physical danger from the tricks added suspense. There was no sex or bad language. Overall, I'd recommend this enjoyable story.
I received an ebook review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.
JaquelynAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5So much fun to read!June 4, 2019JaquelynAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book was so much fun to read! I couldn't force myself to stop reading, and finished it in a day. Peterson has something about her books that keep me turning the pages when I should be doing other things. Wherever You Go took me on an adventure following the Brookstone Wild West Extravaganza as they toured not only the United States, but also England. Being the second book in the series, I first met the characters in When You Are Near. Although I recommend you read the first book because it was also fun to read, I don't believe you need to in order to enjoy this book. Each story focus' on one of the famous performers in the all women western show. This book tells us a little more about Mary, the amazing and incomparable sharpshooter, who even bests the men in competition.
Mary hasn't had the easiest life. Recently losing her brother August only heightens how alone she really feels. Luckily everyone at the show is like family, so they won't let her feel lonely for long. Bent on finding justice for August, Mary enlists the help of anyone she can think of that might have more influence than her brothers killer. Unfortunately that list doesn't seem easy to fill, and she doesn't want anyone else to get hurt while looking for the truth. When Mary meets Chris she can't help but feel drawn to him, there's just something about him. Being used to proposals after every show, the feelings she is now experiencing are totally new. Chris has a past he's not proud of, and goes to great lengths to keep it from those around him. Can Mary get through his walls, and if she does, will his secrets scare her away for good?
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Historical Romance with some Suspense mixed in. I loved getting to see the world through a traveling show, and the way they all loved each other like family. This book had me nervous biting my nails on several occasions, and I had no clue what could possibly happen next. I can't wait to join them again when the next book comes out! I received a copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers and was in no way forced to post a review. All opinions expressed are completely my own.
FayeAge: 18-24Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great CharactersJune 1, 2019FayeAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Mary Reichert rejoins the all-female Brookstone Wild West Extravaganza in hopes of bringing the man who killed her brother to justice. Will Mary finally find what she needs to bring her brother's murderer to justice?
Christopher Williams is a journalist documenting their experiences in the wild west show, he is smitten by the enchanting sharpshooter who is his main feature in the article he is writing. But he has secrets of his own that could damage their budding relationship.
Mary is very forthright and doesn't hold back, or beat around the bush. She is very confident and knows her craft well. A natural showwoman she knows how to draw in, and dazzle the crowd. She was very close to her brother and struggles to find closure with the killer still at large. I admired her strength and faith during everything that she faced.
Christopher is inquisitive and loves to learn, he isn't intimidated by Mary's talent, and he doesn't shy away from trying to answer the tough questions. He is a natural people person, and is very good at his job.
The books also continues to follow Wesley and Lizzie from the previous book, as they navigate their engagement and grow in their relationship. I loved getting to know Wesley better, as well as get to know another side of him with arrival of his brother.
Overall, an excellent installment in the series. This series is best enjoyed in order, as many past relationships are pick up, and continued as well as the mysteries and main plot lines throughout. Great character development, and I loved how we continued to follow Wesley, Lizzie, and Ella. Great pacing, adventure and mystery. I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end!
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
Reenie5 Stars Out Of 5great characters and setting!May 29, 2019ReenieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I enjoyed learning more about Mary and sharpshooting. I've been to some shooting competitions and it's amazing what can be done. Trick shooting at the caliber of Annie Oakley would be incredible to see. I can imagine some of Mary's volunteers fainting or women swooning at the sight of some of her shots.
Peterson is great at creating vile humans. Like the first book in the series, there's a sheep in wolves' clothing who is utterly despicable. The only consolation was knowing that the truth usually comes out and people are revealed for who they are.
Even though this book's focus was more on Mary, Lizzy was still a main character. I like it when characters are carried through more than one book in a significant way. The storyline picked up where the last one left off and I expect the next book will do the same. So it's best to read this book after book 1 in the series.
Thank you to Bethany House for providing me with a complimentary e-copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
Book 1: When You Are Near
Book 2: Wherever You Go
Book 3: What Comes My Way (due October 2019)
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