“The Inconvenient Marriage of Charlotte Beck” by Kathleen Y’Barbo

I received a copy of this book for free from the publisher for review purposes, but my opinion of the book is just that, mine. I was not paid or coerced or forced to give this book a favorable review. 🙂

Having said that…just the title made me want to read it. I mean, really. Many marriages back “in the day” were marriages of convenience and Ms. Y’Barbo gets my attention immediately by calling this marriage INCONVENIENT.

So I read it and enjoyed it, immensely. We have seen Charlotte Beck in previous books by Ms.Y’Barbo (“The Confidential Life of Eugenia Cooper” and Anna Finch and the Hired Gun”). Charlotte is feisty and opinionated and born before her time. I love her zest for life, which tends to get her in trouble. She is a rider, and shooter, and all-around accomplished woman, which I also liked. You just have to laugh at her antics.

I personally think this would make an awesome movie. Thank you Ms. Y’Barbo for such a wonderful romantic comedy that I could “see” as I read.
As always, under HIS wings,

You can find more about Kathleen Y’Barbo here or purchase the book here.