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Far Away Home: An Historical Novel of the American West (Aislynn's Story Book 1) Kindle Edition
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BOOK 2, Embrace the Wind, continues Aislynn's story and I'm excited to continue reading to find out what happens. Recommend this book to read in a quiet, comfortable spot with no interruptions.
Against her initial wishes, Johnny Maher - the young man whom Aislynn's father had wanted her to marry - decides he will accompany Aislynn on her journey.
As expected, Aislynn and Johnny encounter many hardships as they head West - Indians, law-spurning white men, difficult weather conditions and terrain. But it's all worth it, Aislynn believes, as she'll soon be reunited with Tim. But will she actually find the happily-ever-after ending she's imagined so many times?
Denning has clearly put a great deal of effort into researching 1860s life, both that of Irish immigrants in New York City and of the hopeful emigrants heading out West to find their fortunes. The complex and intriguing characters she creates to stand amidst the elements of the period are well defined as well.
Either a woman married only to have no say about anything of
Important. Or a women was a teacher, a seamstress or a
Caretaker of family and often others in a community. This
Book give us a very good look of how little choice a woman
Had at that time.