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The story line may not be unique, but the book becomes enjoyable in building up a close knit family, love and respect within the family. The widowed daughter Lucy touches the heart, so also Joel Stone who marries the widow. Each of the character has been brought to life.
The Men of Stone Mountain are former civil war soldiers, former Texas Rangers, smart, hardworking, handsome, strong, but gentle and loving with their women, children, and widowed aunts. The women are strong and feisty. The children are precocious and lovable. The secondary characters are well developed and blend in and out within the story and main characters flawlessly. The villains are so evil, the reader feels the fear and can't wait for their downfalls.
This reviewer will not give the story plots away as it is best to get this trilogy as soon as possible and prepare to read non-stop and enjoy! These books have all it all, especially mysteries needed to be solved with plenty of bad guys that need justice. I have read many of this author's previous books and have not found one yet that disappoints. I can hardly wait to re-read this trilogy again, it was that good!
I received a free copy but voluntarily reviewed.
It may be a little hard for someone in our times to accept that someone could be convicted on so little evidence, or that women could be treated as second class citizens in the late 1800s, but situations like this did happen. Reading about good, solid characters like the Stone family members inspires me to keep my faith in the goodness in most people.