Sadie Wagner has the perfect opportunity. When her stepfather is horrifically wounded, she must figure out some way to earn money for her family’s support. When she receives a letter with a job offer from her favorite cousin, Sid, she decides to take a job as a clerk in Goldtree, Kansas. When she is forced into more than she bargained for at work, as well as starting to fall for the ruggedly handsome sheriff, she questions if it was really God’s will for her to be in this small, cute town. When she accidentally discovers illegal activity, she must choose whether to do what is right, or forsake all hopes of supporting her family.
· The characters. As always, Kim Vogel Sawyer does not disappoint.
· The plot. So that I do not give it away, I’ll just say I loved it immensely.
· Thad Mckane. Yup.
· The detail. Kim is fantastic at building detail. Really.
I didn’t ♥
· Actually, there was nothing about the actual story I disliked. Just at the end I had a little confusion about a certain gunshot.
I would say this book is a fantastic read for anyone who likes historical fiction. The setting of the story takes place in an area reminiscent of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (one of my favorite shows) I would say a perfect book for ages 15+. This would be a perfect book for your to-read list!
Bethany House Publishers gave me this book for free in exchange for an honest review.