From the story Beware the Devil Wind formally An Ill Wind is Blowing.
5 STARS by Amanda Hughes on Goodreads
This is the third book in the series and it delivers! This is a quality writer who artfully builds suspense and keeps you turning the pages. In the first two books, he created mystery and tension and everything culminates into an exciting, satisfying ending with An Ill Wind is Blowing. His main characters were well-developed with a thorough back-story, so you understand them and care about them. Mr. Montano uses history as a character too. Clever and creative tactics to undo enemies in this book is fascinating, and something I have never seen in a book before. I am not a reader of Westerns, so this series was out of my comfort zone, and to capture my interest in this genre was a coup itself! I just hope this is not the last we have seen of John and Arley–an excellent read. I recommend, especially to Western romance lovers.
5 STARS by Laura Steward on Amazon
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John Sampson and his companions arrive in Charleston. They are not welcome. It will be up to John to change things in Charleston. With the help of some of the townsfolk, they might actually stand a chance of completing their mission. It could also mean more trouble for John.
Powerful and engaging, this book is as fantastic as the other two. This could easily be a TV miniseries. Once again it’s well thought out, historically accurate and has characters you won’t soon forget. Watching the development of the story line is fascinating. I can’t wait to read more.
Once again the “end of chapter” statement isn’t needed. It’s the only issue I found.
I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it blew me away. copy of book provided by author and I voluntarily reviewed it.
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5 STARS by KCreader on Amazon
Whenever I read a trilogy or any series, it is very seldom that I am not disappointed. Mostly it is the first book that is worth reading only, the following installment of books are usually just a flame adding to the smoke that will leave you hanging in the end. I always find myself reading from best to better then just settle on good. But on this one, I can fairly say that it is the reverse. I read all of three books with my enthusiasm never wavering. Me on my comfy couch with a tea will be the proof of that.
I love that the story is not fast-paced but not slow either. It is written so good that I always have these question on my head waiting to be answered. Clearly, it hold my interest and makes me want to turn the pages even more. I know there is always a twist and turn just around the corner. Though this last installment in the series has been less descriptive on the passionate nights between Miss Ruttlinger and Sampson,which I enjoyed by the way, I am relieved that the course of events have become more interesting till the end. Always unexpected.
Again, I would like to praise the author’s brilliance and attention to detail in this novel. Everything is described vividly. I feel like I was there listening to Sampson making his plans carefully and very detailed. The book also touched a bit on the controversial divine intervention. With their plan working out so well and odds always in their favor even when things starts to turn gray, who would not think otherwise? I would give no more spoilers but rather an assurance that if you read the series till the end, you won’t be let down.
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