Brought up on the frontier with all its dangers, Tessa is every bit the frontier woman strong, resilient and a great shot. But she’s also different although she has never had it, she longs for the comforts of polite society the frills, the manners, the organized nature. I loved her spirit and her caring nature. She loved fiercely and was very protective of the people she cared about. And then there’s Clay, war hero and survivor of a previous kidnapping by and Indian tribe. He wants the best for the people around him but is scared of falling in love because he feels that anyone he loves dies and fear nearly keeps him from Tessa. I love that both he and Tessa learned to surrender to God and trust him for the best outcome in the midst of all the travails of the frontier and learned to let go of fear and trust God for the best outcome with love. I also enjoyed the historical nuggets that were brought forth in this series.
Overall this is a great story for lovers of historical fiction.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author via Netgalley all opinions expressed are solely mine.