About For Heroes Proved
Lincoln’s Lost Gold Series
Six unlikely friends come together to search for Lincoln’s lost gold mine. Follow their adventures as they face off with other treasure hunters, secret brotherhoods, and unfamiliar dangers while navigated the trouble waters of falling in love.
For Heroes Proved
Bridger Obrien is a world renowned treasure hunter, but after a disastrous mutiny leaves one man dead, he limps to Washington D.C., seeking to salvage his career. He needs a new treasure hunt, a team and anonymity—the more people who believe he’s dead the better. When he stumbles upon a Library of Congress archivist who believes Abraham Lincoln left behind a gold mine worth billions, he jumps at the chance to uncover a historical mystery.
Cora Henderson doesn’t believe her father’s theory about Lincoln’s lost gold and she makes sure Bridger knows it. He may be a pirate, but she’s not about to let him steal her heart with his devil-may-care grin. When Cora’s family is thrown into a crisis, it’s Bridger who holds her through the darkest of nights. He’s a rebel, that’s for sure, but he’s also the only man who has ever kissed her until her safety nets fell away.
As his love for Cora grows, Bridger begins to rethink his adventurous lifestyle. He’d give up anything for the woman who is softness and curves against his rough edges. But when the clue they’ve been searching for rises from the archives, the sharks begin to circle. If he doesn’t jump back into dangerous waters, he could lose the find of a lifetime.
If you’ve followed my reviews for any length of time, you probably know just how much I loved to read series. I’m a sucker for a good one. And I’m always on the lookout for a new one. I happened across one that really sucked me in and piqued my imagination. And I’m excited to get to tell you about it.
This one is a true series, the story starts in this one, For Heroes Proved, and continues in the next one, Love in Honor Given. So make sure to read them in order! You’ll be so confused if you don’t.
I love the way this one is written. It’s like…. the movie National Treasure, only a book. I loved the sense of adventure, pirates, treasure, and danger all wrapped up in a plot that keeps the reader’s interest the whole way through.
This one starts with Bridger. He’s a modern day pirate. Searching for buried treasure, always looking for the next new thing to chase. I loved his character. He’s obviously adventurous, but he’s starting to wonder if his next big adventure should be Cora.
Cora works in the Library of Congress with her dad. She’s down to earth, everything a librarian should be, except for one secret she hides. She’s really into pirates. She likes the danger they exude. When these two characters get together, danger starts following them.
I loved everything about this one. Make sure to get your own copy, you won’t regret it!
I borrowed For Heroes Proved using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.
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