Regretting Redemption #4 by Bonnie Paulson Book Review

Mary’s never been completely honest with anyone–especially herself.
The man she’s supposed to marry reminds her of her father in ways she’s suppressed for years–controlling, abusive, and manipulative. The sisters she’s finally found don’t understand her shame or confusion.
When Ian enters the picture with his British accent and Montana tan, Mary starts to question the past and her loyalty to a father who took away all her chances at true happiness.
Can Mary help her sisters break free from their father’s diabolical past? Or will his sins corrupt any chance at true happiness with Ian? And herself?
About the author:

Bonnie R. Paulson mixes her science and medical background with reality and possibilities to make even myths seem likely and give every romance the genetic strength to survive. Bonnie has discovered a dark and twisty turn in her writing that she hopes you enjoy as much as she has enjoyed uncovering it. Dirt biking with her family in the Northwest keeps her sane.
You can follow Bonnie through her facebookblogtwitter, and/or goodreads.
You can purchase Regretting Redemption #4 at amazonbarnes & noble, and/or kobo.
My review:
Regretting Redemption book 4, is the fourth book of the Redemption Series. This can be read as a stand alone. I have not read any books from the series previous to this, but I am looking forward to finding more now!
This book is a short, but captivating read. Each chapter changes point of view from Mary to Ian. Mary a daughter of a well known gang leader, Ian a British ranch keeper. Both have pasts they would like to leave behind. 
I usually turn away a western romance, but there was something intriguing about the synopsis. I'm a sucker for a damsel in distress love story. This book did not leave me disappointed.
I enjoyed following along Mary's journey of tough revelations. Her father was a wonderful dad, but he was not a wonderful man. He hurt people, and did things she never dreamed of. Meeting Ian, she had no idea a man could treat a lady like gold, only problem was she was set to marry someone who treated her like coal. 

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Cheryl. I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for my review, all opinions are honest and my own.*~


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