Reviewer: Karen Mercury (Green River, UT United States) -
I love the level of historical detail. Some "historicals" just seem to take contemporary characters and plunk them down in "old timey" backgrounds without giving any setting details or even correct dialogue. However, I these character's motivations aren't very clear or logical. Ian Scott is NOT Christian's father, so why does he keep whining and having a chip on his shoulder? If anything, he should be THANKING Ian Scott for cutting him out of his mother's womb, and tolerating a cheating wife. But no, he keeps crying and blubbering and pursuing a woman he thinks is his "SISTER"?? If she really was his sister, that'd be pretty sick.
I have no sympathy for him because he actually was forced to be raised by his REAL father. I can think of worse things!!