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The Clash Between The Minds: Book Two in the Hearts, Minds, Souls Series (Volume 2) Paperback – July 11, 2015
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In the Hearts, Minds, Soul Series ) happy to say I was lost for about three hours, I had to Try and put it down to get things done. I LOVED the history in the first and second books. I wish more love stories were included along with history. Women played such important roles in the history of our country! I fell in love with Faith and Sara. Leah, Benjamin and other wonderful characters in this series, I cannot wait for book three! PLEASE HURRY WITH IT!
The Reconstruction period following the US Civil War was one of the most difficult in the country's history. It would seem an odd period in which to set a romance, but it provides a perfect environment to show how a relationship can be tested. It also gives Nann Dunne a setting to explore important questions like racism, bigotry and terrorism. This is a story about two women who face challenges to their love, but it's also a bigger story as a country struggles to overcome hatred that is openly and vigorously expressed. As the tale of Sarah and Faith is interwoven with the realistic recreation of events that occurred then, it becomes clear that there is more at risk than them. The soul of a nation is also being tested.
Dunne has created strong, but flawed main characters; flawed in a way that makes them susceptible to doubt. She surrounds them with noble and brutal secondary characters that bring out the best and the worst in both women. This is an interesting and enjoyable book, but it goes beyond that because it's also educational and thought provoking. This is a story that can be enjoyed on two levels, first as a powerful romance and then as a commentary on a difficult era. This is definitely a book worth reading.