Another great book by Mary, another book I didn't want to put down. I like the way she seems to make you feel you are right there in the action and believe me with these McClellan women there is action in what they do. If you haven't read any of her books you need to. Start with the Lassoed in Texas series, go on to the Montana Marriages series and end up with the Sophies's Daughers series. I have one book left in this series and then I don't know what I'll do!
The book begins with a murder scene that is very dark, beyond normal.
There is constast and intense disrespect for men that is not Godly or inspiring. Men are portrayed as weak and ignorant. The author does not encourage women in a difficult marriage to love their husbands, but to disrespect them. It glamorizes an attraction to a man that is not a woman's husband.
This book has no place in a Christian marketplace.
A fantastic book with a dry humor that kept me laughing nonstop. At the same time, this author hides truths that makes this book wonderfully down to earth revealing a God who accepts us flawed humans and loves us with our shortcomings.