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Much Ado About Madams: Hearts of Owyhee #2
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Rogers' talent shines as she creates a stunning portrait of what it was like to live in the old west. Her characters leap off the page and she handles humor with as much skill as she does the deeper emotions. MUCH ADO ABOUT MADAMS was a fabulous read. I am anxiously awaiting the next book in the Much Ado series.
It sounds like a very serious story, but it is actually a comedy, and a fairly good one. Most of the humor comes from the working girls. I like that the author gave each of them a backstory, and I would have liked to know more about them. Apparently the author is planning on writing a series of novellas that will tell their stories which explains why we are left with so many hanging storylines.
I think both of main characters were truly interesting, both having very intense and detailed back stories but I wish more had been done with it. The main problems that I had with book was that it seemed to drag on in parts. There are some sections that I think could be cut out completely because they didn't really contribute to the story. Another big problem that I had was the end of the book. It was pretty anticlimactic. Sure it was a HEA, but there were so many things that I think needed to be cleared up, particularly with the fate of the working girls. But again I'm guessing the author did this intentionally for the purposes of the follow up books. I get it, but it is still very frustrating. I was really confused by the way the storyline with the villain ended. I don't want to spoil it, but that plot twist came completely out of left field and was really unnecessary. Also I still don't know exactly who Charlie is, and what his involvement with the rustling was. There were other minor issues, such as use of terms that didn't feel appropriate to the time period, but that wasn't too distracting. Overall it was an enjoyable read.
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