Kim Vogel Sawyer brings us another historical fiction that brings the reader into a world where times are hard, family is all you have, and accidents happen far too easily. Leaving those behind to handle the pain and the guilt.
Tragedy leaves Rebekah's family in shatters. Nothing is the same, and their all struggling to make it one day after the next. In an attempt to help her family Rebekah dresses as a man and takes a job as a guide through the beautiful, yet dangerous, Kentucky Mammoth mountain caves. The stakes are high, but Rebekah is willing to do what it takes to heal her family.
I have made no secret that I am a fan of Kim Sawyer's books, but I can't say this one is a favorite. Like all of her books I have read this one was good, but to me it dragged a little.
A lot of detail was put in to describe the Mammoth caves and surrounding areas. Yet I felt the characters hardly moved from point A to point B throughout the entire novel. I wanted to watch the characters grow, to get to a better place then where they were. And I did, but it moved in such a slow pace that it felt unnatural.
It's still a good book. New and old fans of Kim Sawyer will enjoy this heartwarming story. So if you're looking for a good historical read I suggest this book for sure.
That's all I have for now. Until next time, I hope you have a blessed day!
I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review, which I have given.