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    The end of a trilogy that comes full circle

    The end of a trilogy that comes full circle for Catherine/Laura/Helen (the woman with many names). When I first started reading this series, the grittiness and gore took me by surprise. While we know that the late 1800's in the west was not a tame period or place to be, I was a bit surprised by how detailed the books were in describing the raids on and by the indians, the whore houses and just people in general. I have heard that some compare this to Outlander. I've never read that book but would imagine is it the raw and rough scenes that cause the comparison. This book/series holds nothing back and really entranced me as the reader, imagining what it would be like to live in those times and under those conditions. The type of medical care that wasn't really available and the charlatans that sold "snake oil" as cures for whatever ailed you. Catherine/Laura/Helen is definitely a strong female character, but almost too strong in my opinion. I know that she never expected to fall in love and get married, and I know that this time period women were not seen as equals but almost as servants to their husband. Other women were fiercely strong too including Rosemond who is trying to make an honest living out her life and erase her own past. Laura and Rosemond may think they are different from each other, but really are alike in many ways and figure this out in the 2nd and 3rd books. I had to admire the gumption of many of the women in this book for taking their future into their own hands and not being dictated by society. There are so many facets to this story that I thought the author did a wonderful job of exploring and leaving us with a mixed bag of emotions throughout the series.
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    Dr. Quinn as the Fugitive

    Fans of the Wild West, the Open Range, and reading about women who fight to survive will love this pioneer telling by Melissa Lenhardt. Could not put this down because I had to know what was going to happen to Laura Elliston. The "Blood Oath" the previous installment ended with Kindle and Laura's separation. Laura's journey takes her to Wyoming where she struggles to evade the law, mend a broken heart and fight for her dreams. The conclusion will not disappoint so enjoy. "A copy of this book was provided to me by Orbit Books and author via Netgalley with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read and my comments here are my honest opinion."
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