This is book one in the “Land Of The Lone Star” series.
This was a quick read for me and it’s very challenging not to write a spoiler! I will do my best.
Setting is Texas in 1863. We have a plethora of things going on historically during this time. Tracie has been diligent to check for historical accuracy.
I enjoyed how the main love interests have been woven into the story. Hannah and William face a variety of challenges throughout the book. Some of them they go through alone while others they face together. Of course we can’t have a love story without someone to interfere, and this one is cunning.
We have two young children, Hannah’s siblings. I love how accurate Tracie portrayed them. Kids can say the most honest things and sometimes they do.
You will enjoy this book so I am pleased to give it a five star rating.
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