miki_8 reviewed this|over 6 years ago
Unlike most of Krahn's books, I had to pick this one up a few times to really get into it. I have to admit, though, that may have been as much because of the cover as the writing. I loved 'The Husband Test' and the two books that followed, and picked this book after those.As I said, it took me a few chapters to get into it, but once I did, I really enjoyed it. While I don't know that I'd necessarily read it again and again, I definitely put it back on my bookshelf to keep rather than out with the pile for the used book store -- something which not many mass market books achieve in my household.Like most of Krahn's books, the strength lies in the incredible tension between the different characters, the depth of the emotion, and Krahn's ability to portray independent women while still retaining an incredible amount of historical accuracy.