The Spark of Love Book Review

Do you enjoy reading a book series or do you prefer stand-alone novels? I admit I enjoy a little bit of both. I love a fantastic stand alone novel, but I really enjoy being able to revisit characters and settings that I love.

The Mesquite Springs series by Amanda Cabot is one of those series I have enjoyed visiting over and over again!

Keep reading to find out more about Alexandra and Gabe’s story, The Spark of Love, and find my full review. A purchase link is also provided below!

More About the Book:

She’s determined to start a new life in the West . . . if only the old one would leave her alone

When a spurned suitor threatens her, heiress Alexandra Tarkington flees New York for Mesquite Springs in the Texas Hill Country, where her father is building a hotel. But the happy reunion she envisions is not to be, as her father insists she return to New York. Instead, Alexandra carves out a niche for herself in town, teaching schoolchildren to paint and enjoying the company of Gabe Seymour, a delightful man she met on the stagecoach.

But all is not as it seems. Two men, each with his own agenda, have followed her to Mesquite Springs. And Gabe, an investigator, is searching for proof that her father is a swindler.

With so much to lose–and hide from one another–Alexandra and Gabe will have to come together if they are ever to discover whether the sparks they’ve felt from the beginning can kindle the fire of true love.

Purchase your copy here.

My Thoughts:

The Spark of Love by Amanda Cabot is the third and final book in the Mesquite Springs series. Like the other books in the series, this story is full of danger, mystery, sweet romance, and a beautiful historic landscape.
Throughout this series, I have fallen in love with Mesquite Springs, Texas. It is a charming small town with generous and compassionate characters who will steal your heart.
I loved Alexandra from the very beginning for her bravery and intelligence. And the more I got to know her loving heart, the more I kept cheering her on through all her troubles.
Gabe was an excellent hero. Handsome, no doubt. But the story highlighted how perfect he was in what really counts–honor, compassion, love, and honesty. I loved how he could see Alexandra for the amazing woman she was.
Overall, this was an exciting story that kept my attention chapter after chapter. I’m sorry to not be able to visit Mesquite Springs again, but I am looking forward to the author’s next series.
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher with no expectations of a positive review. All opinions are my own.

I hope you get a chance to visit Mesquite Springs for yourself!

Happy reading and God bless,

Kristina

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