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I thought that the author did a really good job detailing the South's horrific past pertaining to racism, and slavery. there were so many unanswered questions in this book. Why did Marlie's father treat her the way he did? Why was the secret of her paternity kept from her? What really happened to K. Hill? I waited so long for him to get his just deserves, only to have that scene kind of glazed over. What became of Sarah? Why in the world was Marlie always so indecisive when it came to Euing? That more than anything else required a lot of patients from me. Also, what happened when Marlie met Euing's brother and his wife? I really would have loved and update on his brother and Elle. All in all it was a good read I preferred book one though.
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The book is exciting, and has natural conflicts as well as chemistry between the heroes. The narrator is really top notch great. I'd listen to anything she narrated.