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Under Prairie Skies by Cynthia Roemer

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Under Prarie Skies by Cynthia Roemer

5star

I love how great a job Cynthia does with character development. She has never failed to fully flesh out her characters and make them relatable and Under Prairie Skies is no different. You can read the review of the first book in the series Under This Same Sky,here.

Genre: Historical Romance, 1850s

Plot Overview: Charlotte is a jealous, bitter young lady with no idea on how to improve herself until Chad Avery steps into her life as a new neighbor. Challenged to face her faults and change, Charlotte finds helping others is the first steps to becoming the woman God has called her to be.

Chad Avery is trying to fulfill the dream he and his late wife had together, to establish a cattle ranch. He has no desire to love again and struggles with the tug of attraction toward Charlotte as circumstances bring them together over and over again.

Can both Charlotte and Chad let go of the past to discover a better future?

What I loved:  These characters are so real and deep. Even though Charlotte was a woman we didn’t like in the last book, Cynthia really brings us full circle with this character. We get a full understanding of why she is the way she is and absolutely relate to it. Chad is a sweet hero with his own struggles but a man who brings out the best in Charlotte.

Favorite Character: This is a toughy. I love both the hero and the heroine so much, but I have to admit, I really like Johnny. Without giving too much away, he is a determined little boy that helps both characters to move beyond themselves.

Who would like this: Anyone who loves stories with deep characters, characters who struggle with grief and learn to move forward, or sweet romances.

Rating and Why: I gave this a five-star rating because of the mastery of character development and solid plot line. Everything weaved together perfectly and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the author/publisher. The review above was influenced in no way by this and the above opinions are my own.

Join the discussion: Do you think it is possible to fall in love with someone else without loving the other person any less?

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12 thoughts on “Under Prairie Skies by Cynthia Roemer

  1. “Do I think it’s possible to fall in love with someone else without loving the other person any less?”
    Yes, on paper, I think it’s possible. It works in stories all the time. However, Do I think that I could fall in love with someone else if something ever happened to my husband? I seriously doubt it.

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  2. Thanks so much for the wonderful review, Crystal! I’m honored by your words. It’s so special to hear when readers relate to and are touched by the characters the Lord has instilled within me to write about. As to your question of a second love, I have to say I couldn’t honestly answer that until I was in that situation. The Lord has given each of us a capacity to love deeply. He alone knows what is in our hearts. In simpler words, I don’t know. LOL!

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