Wednesday, October 26, 2011

His Steadfast Love by Golden Keyes Parsons - Review

His Steadfast Love
by Golden Keyes Parsons

I think the story was an interesting one and it showed how people that loved one another could have completely different opinions and that some were willing to look at both sides of a war. It shows how hard it can be to forgive and/or forget.

The storyline seemed to move quietly along, which I think maybe contributed to me having a difficult time staying interested. I like the story it told about two families involved in the Civil War, one from the North and one from the South and how difficult it had to be for some to choose sides and even more difficult for those who could see both sides not wanting to choose who was right, but still support their loved ones serving in opposing armies. Amanda and Kent met before the war started, then Kent and Amanda's brother Daniel went to war for opposing Armies. Will Amanda and Kent's love be strong enough to last the length of the war, and if so, will her fiance and her brother be able to forgive each other for their roll in the war?

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