A Fun Old West Romance
I’ve been enjoying reading this series about the seven Mason “brothers” (only two are actually blood-related brothers.) This particular story is about Brayden and Henrietta, Sir Percy’s very able treasure-hunting assistant. At the beginning of the story, there’s almost an enemies-to-lovers vibe to the story, though you couldn’t really call them true enemies. It’s more like they annoy each other. Henny is a pull-no-punches woman who has had to do much to make her way in a man’s world. Brayden considers himself quite the ladies’ man. There are some interesting plot developments, including a wager and the potential victim’s knowledge of it (without the perpetrator knowing), so the would-be victim tries to turn the tables somewhat and keep the wagerer guessing. There are definitely some good elements of humor, and it was a delight to watch the relationship evolve between Brayden and Henrietta. Hawkes is still up to no good, and it’s definitely fun to get a glimpse into the previous couples’ new marriages. A nice addition to the series.