Saturday, March 10, 2018

Beneath a Prairie Moon by Kim Vogel Sawyer


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My Thoughts:
Beneath a Prairie Moon is a fantastic historical fiction by Kim Vogel Sawyer. She is a voice in the historical fiction world that is starting to become one of my favorites because I find her books to be unexpected. 
Kim is a talented author in how she develops the story and intertwines each character in the story. The characters all have their own voice, which makes it easy for the reader to turn the pages quickly.  Not only are the characters notable, but so is the storyline. The depth of this story, makes it memorable and enjoyable. It also took me by surprise. This book had romance, friendship, faith and the element of historical fiction, which made it enjoyable. 
This book will make you laugh, cry, shake your head and want you to talk some sense into the characters. You'll also find one characters that you enjoy. I love the setting of the small town, with the mail-order bride service. 
Overall, I enjoyed this book and found it to be a page turner. The characters were great! The plot line kept my attention and I enjoyed the historical aspects of this book.

About the Author:
Kim Vogel SawyerAward-winning, bestselling author Kim Vogel Sawyer told her kindergarten teacher that someday people would check out her book in the library. The little-girl dream came true in 2006 with the release of Waiting for Summer's Return. Kim's titles now exceed 1.5 million copies and are available in six different language. A former elementary school teacher, she now enjoys a full-time writing and speaking ministry. Kim's passion lies in writing stories that point the reader to a deeper, more intimate relationship with God. When Kim isn't writing, you'll find her traveling with her retired military hubby, spoiling her granddarlings, petting the cats, quilting, or--as time allows--participating in community theater. You can learn more about Kim's writing and speaking ministries at her website, KimVogelSawyer.com

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