Friday, October 27, 2023

Review: Against the Wind by Amanda Cabot

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Doctor-in-training Louisa Vaughn has no intention of remaining in Sweetwater Crossing. She's just there for a few days to help a friend. But she can't abandon the injured man she finds at the side of the road. Until his broken leg heals, she'll serve as the town's doctor and midwife. She may not be fully qualified yet, but surely she's better than nothing.

Josh Porter's plans to win his grandfather's challenge and fulfill his father's final wish to gain full control of the family business hit a roadblock when he breaks his leg. But his enforced stay in Sweetwater Crossing gives him new ideas about the expansion of the company into new territory--ideas Louisa could help turn into reality.

If only the town were more accepting of Louisa's talents! Someone is determined to convince her to abandon her dream of healing others. Can Josh help her uncover the person behind the threats before it's too late? And is there any future for them together when neither of them plans to stay?

My Review: 

Against the Wind is the second installment from the Secrets of Sweetwater Crossing series from Amanda Cabot. I loved the first book from the series, After the Shadows, and loved this one even more. It was a pleasure to read Louisa and Josh’s story. I adored her courage and determination. There is some mystery and suspense within the plot that had me wanting to continue to read until the very end.

Against the Wind will be getting five stars from me. Readers who love to read clean historical fiction will want to get a copy of it for themselves. I believe they would love it as much as me. I am curious to find out if there will be another addition to the Secrets of Sweetwater Crossing series.

I received a paperback copy of Amanda Cabot’s Against the Wind from the publisher, but was not required to write a positive review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

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