Two or three times a year, Mollie Caldwell travels for business. Being away from her Wyoming homestead is both a fun time and a challenge. The farmstarted to help provide for an uncertain future for their family, friends and communitykeeps the family busy, meaning extra work for her husband while shes away. This time while on her business trip, disaster strikes, shutting...more
The series is a good read and follows chronological order.
However,I can only give this particular book three stars.
The reason? While there is are a few religious mentions in the previous books, this one was quoting scripture. A lot. It seemed that there was an entire chapter just quoting scripture. In reality, it was more like 4 or 5 pages. It distracted from what was going on in the storyline.
I am, however, looking forward to the next book in the series.
Enjoy a well-written story. The introduction of ideas such as permaculture, Krav Maga, chronic wasting disease, yongmudo, Miskito culture, cyber vulnerabilities, caliber discussions, food canning, solar power, etc makes the story more realistic, and therefore interesting.