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Elizabeth's Heart: Book Two (The 1929 Series) Kindle Edition
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But don't give into that temptation. Trust M.L. Gardner's literary talents, read through to the end and you won't be let down. Let yourself be drawn into the story and enjoy Gardner's character development.
I followed the advice of others who reviewed this, and read 1930 - Aryl's Divide BEFORE reading Elizabeth's Heart - Book Two, and I am glad that I did. I could see pros and cons to reading these two books in either series, but I believe that reading Elizabeth's Heart AFTER 1930 Aryl's Divide makes for a more enjoyable reading experience toward the end of the book where the stories finally do begin to converge. There will be "aha!" moments of "so THAT'S what this was all leading up to" which the reader who has not yet read Aryl's Divide would not "get." Indeed, there are things toward the end of Elizabeth's Heart that could constitute "spoilers" for the person who has not yet read Aryl's Divide.
So far I have read the first three books in the series and am currently about a third of the way through Drifter-Book 4, and I do recommend reading them in the order in which I have so far: First Jonathan's Cross, then Aryl's Divide, then Elizabeth's Heart, and then Drifter. I have given this book 4 out of 5 stars ONLY because I really prefer those books in the series which more heavily involve the major 1929 Jonathan's Cross characters and I spent a lot of my time while reading this book being impatient to see how in the world it all tied together. But it does - and is well worth reading.
As the plot wore on, I felt perplexed at times as to where the story was going, but by the time I got to the end of it - it all made sense. I fell in love with the characters and had a deeper appreciation for what I had read in book one. It felt like a breath of fresh air to me as I read it because when book one had quit, there was a heaviness and sadness I felt. This book sort of gave me a moment of pause.
I've bought book three and getting ready to dive into it. I love how this author brings the characters alive in such a way that it just grabs my attention and holds on to it. I get bored easily, but not with the books by this author.