Sarah Montgomery watched the man she loved ride away. She chose to stay
and care for her dying father and little brother, Joel, instead of going
with him. When her father finally passes, her wicked brother tries to
force her to marry Ben Croftner. Sarah escapes with Joel and joins Jacob
and Amelia as they head for Fort Laramie, Wyoming, where Jacob (Rand's
brother and fellow soldier) is assigned. It's also where Rand Campbell
is stationed. Rand's feelings for Sarah run deep but he doesn't believe
he'll ever see her again. When he meets the Major's daughter, Jessica
DuBois, he is rather taken with her. Sarah was hoping for a happy
reunion with Rand, but that was not to be. Sarah finds he's with Jessica
now. Though heartbroken, she decides to stay at the fort and try to win
Rand back. Things get complicated however, when Ben shows up and vows
to have Sarah one way or another and Jessica will do whatever it takes
to keep Rand for herself. I enjoyed this installment much more
than the first. The characters are better developed and I felt the
reactions of Rand and Sarah were more realistic than in the first. The
author does a great job of building the tension and I found I couldn't
read fast enough. These installments are short, about 128 pages or less,
so they are easy to read in a sitting or two, which I actually really
like. It's done in a serial format, so be sure to read them in order.
Also, the ending is left open, leaving you anxious for the next part. So
saddle up and head on over to Fort Laramie. Though things are unsettled
with the Indians, there just might be an uprising in the Fort. I’m
looking forward to A Heart's Danger. *This complimentary copy was provided by Thomas Nelson in exchange for an honest review* For more information about this book or other books by Colleen Coble, I encourage you to visit her website at http://colleencoble.com/
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