Wednesday, February 15, 2012

TBR Challenge Review: Conor's Way

It's the third Wednesday of the month and you know what that means - TBR Challenge Day! This month I did a little something different and did a Buddy Review with Nath from Books, Books and More Books blog. It turns out we both read the same book for the challenge and decided to do a Buddy Review of Conor's Way by Laura Lee Guhrke. No surprise, the Kristie influence is everywhere. :)

Head on over to Breezing Through to read our Buddy Review of Conor's Way and find out what we thought of this beloved historical romance.

A courageous woman

In the aftermath of the Civil War, beautiful and stubborn Olivia Maitland was determined to save her family and their new-bankrupt Louisiana plantation no matter what - even if it meant taking in cynical ex-boxer Conor Branigan in exchange for help. It wasn't long before she discovered the secret pain hidden beneath his rugged ways. And his ache touched something in her, lighting a fire in her heart.

A hard-fighting man

Conor Branigan had seen his family and his hopes destroyed in Ireland and had sworn never to care for anyone again. But now he dared hope for a love greater than any he'd ever dreamt of, with Olivia and her three adopted children - and a future that he would fight to keep forever.


  1. Thanks Leslie for doing the buddy review with me! :) I'm so happy, so far, the reviews for Conor's Way have all been really good LOL.

  2. I checked out your review at Breezing Through. A wonderful review, Les. I'll be placing the book in my "list," particularly after the slew of great reviews all around. LOL!

  3. Nath ~ Anytime Nath. :) I was surprised at how many read this for the challenge.

    Hils ~ Thanks Hils. It's a great time to get it - only .99 for the ebook.

  4. I bought it last night, Les. I couldn't miss the opportunity. :) Thanks!

  5. You mean you and nath didn't PLAN to read the same book from the start? How cool!

    I'm buying it today as soon as I finish reading everyone's reviews.

  6. Christine - Actually, I did. Leslie told me she was going to read this book and I decided to as well :) It's the buddy review that wasn't planned from the beginning ;)