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The story continues with the Buxton sisters during the early years of WWI. Although this one at least had closure (unlike books 1&2) it still lacked a certain spark. The characters were just so one dimensional and the author never really went deep enough into what made them tick. I suppose I kept up with the series just hoping I would get some answers as to why the sisters made certain decisions in their lives. Unfortunately these answers never came.
I did enjoy the evolution of how the war brought change to women’s rights and equalities; but I could have read that in a text book.
It’s a shame because this series could have been epic, but instead turned out to be a cheap rip-off.
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