Using the passage from Ecclesiastes 3, she uses a single theme for each novella, and each novella covers a generation of a group of families who all moved to Montana together. Taking place in the years 1864, 1886, and 1916, the families all face different challenges that make the stories come together. The repetition of characters throughout the novels allows for significant development.
Delana and Dustin move through misunderstandings before they get their act together. Rosalinnd wants adventure and the coming of the railroad brings the opportunities for those adventures. Nessa and Isaac have been paired together by their families ever since they were born. It takes a new family coming to town to show them what true love is.
This is a five-star book, two thumbs up, and a homestead in Montana.
My thanks to Barbour books for allowing me to read and review this book.