I am an easy going fun loving person, pretty easy to get along with. I have a great family and a select few good friends. I don't like loud noises or huge crowds lol Michael Buble is my celebrity crush! I have no tattoos what so ever and only my ears are pierced. I graduated from Brackenridge H.S. I have a passion for reading and my dream is to one day have a room in my house filled with nothing but books and be able to call it my own library.
A heartfelt story of 5 women who end up in Dawson County, Nebraska on April 7, 1871. But once Ella, Zita, Caroline, Sally, and Ruth make the life changing choice of unloading their belongings, including each one of their personal "demons", and hunkering down in the west to start a new life no one expects what is coming. After completing this book I had no idea if I loved it or hated it. The beginning of this book could not keep my attention at all so it took me a very long time to finish "Sixteen Brides." However, once the women decided to stay in plum grove after confronting the sorry excuse for a man, Hamilton Drake, my attention was detoured from my chipping fingernail polish back to the five very different, all with their very own story. Love presented a challenge for these women (as it usually does for us all) but secrets and sorrow also play a major role here as well. I know there is so much more to this book and I could definitely go on and on about it but I'm going to stop here. Because I definitely recommend you check it out for yourself and let the magic of Sixteen Brides consume you just like it did to me. Because I've decided that I actually loved it all along! I was given a free copy of this book by Bethany House Publishers to review.