Kendra Parker needs a man—it’s research for Widow Swanson’s article, “What Every Woman Needs to Know about Her Marriage Bed.” But the sparse population of Eastern Colorado in 1883 doesn’t offer many choices, until Major Marlow arrives. Sterling Marlow rides into the Parker farm in time to celebrate the wedding of one of Kincaid Parker’s daughters. But it’s the Pastor’s older daughter, Kendra, who catches his attention. She wants him as much as he wants her, and who is he to deny the needs of a young woman? But will a single encounter satisfy either of them?
What disappointed you about Kendra's Choice?
The narrator was lousy. The whole story was boring and sometimes unbelievable.
Has Kendra's Choice turned you off from other books in this genre?
What didn’t you like about Keziah Isaacs’s performance?
The narrator sounded nasally and you couldn't make out if she was trying to be a man or woman with her voice