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Mary Findley writes scenes that jump off the page. Her descriptions are vivid and well-written. I found myself completely absorbed in the mysteries surrounding Ham and Maeve. Neither of them are the characters they appear to be in the beginning, and as their redeeming qualities emerged, I loved them more and more. I am always impressed when an author is able to weave multiple characters with parellel storylines together as skillfully as Mary does in Chasing in the Texas Wind, leaving no messy stragglers or lose ends behind. I will definitely read more from this author.
Although I loved the middle and the ending of this book, I do have to agree with another review that the beginning of this tale (basically the first chapter) is a bit confusing as you try to figure out what is going on. The confusion may have been caused by the lengthy descriptions of the characters and some other discrepancies that probably needed to be addressed to further understand the original character, Hamilton. Despite this jumbling at the beginning. You start to see the characters emerge into people that you love and want to get to know more as friends. You feel sorry for Hamilton and wonder what life Maeve is leading in secret. You also start to see the historical aspects and can only imagine what living in a time of such unrest would have been like. You also long to solve the mystery that encircles the plot and save the characters from any peril that they might face throughout this book. I would recommend this book to anyone who have a love for historical Christian fiction novels and is looking for a little bit of mystery to intrigue them. I am excited to read some more of Mrs. Findley's books in the future.
I'm a contemporary Romance girl so I won't comment on the historical side of things. I did enjoy the chase that every good romance has, I enjoyed the love that the two found, and I always """SPOILER"" love a happy ending. If you are a Historical buff you should thoroughly enjoy this read