Published in 2015
H/h - Micah Turner/Claudia Davis
Setting: Washington D.C, 1882.
Read in April/May, 2015.
Turner’s Vision is the sequel to Suzanne Ferrell’s historical western, Cantrell’s Bride, which I absolutely adored. It had a superb storyline about some great, down-to-earth characters who’d steal your heart. I was waiting for Micah’s story with bated breath. Sadly, I was sorely disappointed in it.
It all started when Laura, a spinster in her early 30s, spied on a murder of a Senator in the library where she was working. When the murderer felt her presence, Laura not only becomes a target herself, but also knew that life as she knew it was over. She was an orphan, and there were only a few people left in this world to help her out. One would be her best friend, Claudia, who is also an orphan, a spinster and of Laura’s age. They’ve been through thick and thin, so she knew she can rely on Claudia much more than her mean aunt and cousins.
On a positive note, I did love the parts where Claudia didn’t give me a headache. Noah and Patrice’s story was building since the moment he took her name, I’m now eagerly awaiting it. Hope to read it in near future. 3.5 stars.