Sarah Montgomery is trying to move on with her life, a life
without Rand Campbell.She knows Rand is
determined to marry Jessica.However,
Sarah becomes concerned for Rand when she over hears Ben Croftner and Jessica
plotting together.To make matters worse
things are very unsettled with the Indians in the area.Will Ben and Jessica's plan work to keep
Sarah and Rand apart or will Rand figure out the truth before it's too late?
This installment was full of action and excitement and I found
myself turning pages rather quickly to see how it would all turn out, and at
about 112 pages it didn't take me long.But even though it wasn't lengthy, it felt very satisfying.With each book, you'll find yourself really
caring about these characters and what happens to them.Since this is written in a serial type
format, you'll want to read them in order and so far each book has picked up
where the previous one left off.I will
say that this one is my favorite in the series so far and I'm really looking
forward to the next one.
*This complimentary copy was provided by Thomas Nelson through
NetGalley 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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