Review: Flirtation Walk




At West Point, Only True Love Should Lead You to Flirtation Walk

Lucinda Pennyworth, the daughter of a con man, is trying her best to leave her father’s sordid past behind her. When he dies unexpectedly, she takes the opportunity to move to West Point to live with her aunt, ready to take on a new life and determined to marry a respectable man, a West Point cadet, to impress her relatives.

Seth Westcott, a cadet at the academy, is proud to be at the top of his senior class. But when his mother dies and his sister loses their inheritance to a swindler, Seth wants nothing more than to head west to track down the con man. But the army will only send the cadets at the bottom of the class to the frontier . . . which leaves Seth with some tough choices.

When a woman trying her best to be good meets a man determined to be anything but, can there be hope for love, or will two lonely hearts be condemned to casual flirtation?

Rating: 5 stars


Flirtation Walk is indeed the first novel I have read by Siri Mitchell.  Her historical yet Christian romance is refreshing. There’s an unexpected journey that readers will take when they open this book. From a young girl trying to live to a decent way of life only to find out more about her dead father’s ways…can dampen anyone’s hopes…then there’s this super cadet whose smart and top of his class. He’s the kind of man that can easily be loved by any woman. Smart, strong, and determind…he sets out to find who has done his family wrong. It’s this path that leads to two unique individuals to meet. Where life will take them is something readers have to read on to discover for themselves.

Flirtation Walk is inspiring and enjoyable to read. I highly recommend this delightful read to readers everywhere. This is the kind of romance readers won’t want to miss. Siri Mitchell has more than talent up her sleeves…her words paint vivid images and scenes in readers minds. It’s like watching both Lucinda and Seth in person.

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