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Grace of a Hawk (Dove) Paperback – January 1, 2018
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To say Boyd and Malcolm’s journey to Minnesota was harrowing was a serious understatement. I’ve come to expect the author to be authentic in her storytelling so I was prepared for it to not be warm and fuzzy. Pioneer travel in this era was fraught with danger and Boyd and Malcolm were not immune. Some of the situations were just heartbreaking and I seriously wondered at times if one of these characters was going to be sacrificed. It was often gut wrenching and always emotional. A new character was introduced, Cora Lawson, and if you’re reading the connected series, Shore Leave Cafe, you’ll have better insight into her importance.
I’ve loved this amazing series, which impresses me for its unique insight into an historical era that was difficult and inspiring. These are characters who became embedded into my soul and the author does an outstanding job of creating vivid images of time and place. The western frontier was primitive at that time and I got to experience the realities of what that meant. It’s been a tough but wonderful journey in following these characters that I’ll continue with in the connected series. I highly recommend this one as it’s extraordinary.
(I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review)
**I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Ebook from netgalley and publishers with thanks .Opinions are entirely my own.
This book was very hard to read. It changed locations, POV's, and times without preparing the reader. The POV was first person so the first few switches were jarring. This could be solved by having headers with locations, dates, and which POV we're in.. I also got lost since there was either an overabundance of infodump or not enough. The story dragged while the characters did an "as you know" to catch the reader up. I didn't know this was part of a series until much later.
This book took me over 3 months to read. And despite some fun characters and good dialogue when we got it. I couldn't enjoy this book.