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The Saloon Girl's Journey (Texas Women of Spirit Book 3) Kindle Edition
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If I had one compliant it would be that I want a wedding scene between Ethan and Darla.
Darla is trying to rebuild her life. She's at a home for "unfortunates" and trying to follow the rules. Ethan is the owner's son, and he is drawn to Darla from the beginning. Darla feels the same, but she believes Ethan could never love her if he found out about her past. To keep her secret, she runs away when a man threatens to expose her.
This book was okay. It reminded me of the way I felt about the first book, like it was more of a "journey" than a full romance. Darla is learning to not make assumptions about people and that she's worthy to be accepted for who she is - and not just by Ethan. I found it odd that Darla was so suspicious of everyone that was kind to her, especially after she joined the medicine show. She was the one who went running to them, after all.
Compared to the others, I'd have to say that so far, I've enjoyed The Comanche Girl's Prayer the best. This one has me on the fence. For a romance, there wasn't much interaction between the characters to get me invested in their relationship. As a journey, it's a pretty good tale, but it wasn't one of my favorites. This is another one of those "diet" books, coming in under 200 pages.
I felt empathy with all the main characters and enjoyed the simplicity of both the story and the easy writing style. I even learned a little about turn of the century Texas.
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