Friday, July 13, 2012
New Review: Ellen O’Connell’s SING MY NAME – A Superb and Tender Post Civil War Love Story from the Old West
O’Connell has a way of putting you right in the action, of making you feel the emotion and of understanding what led the hero and heroine to be who they are. The tender budding love between Matt and Sarah is the genuine thing. But they will have many hurdles to cross before they can be together. Along the way, O’Connell will make you laugh and she’ll make you cry. It’s about sacrificial love and standing up to bias that says a fallen woman and a gunslinger aren’t worthy citizens (“What did you do with a man who loved you too much to love you?”). I absolutely love her writing! Simply put, O’Connell tells GREAT stories and she does it very well.
I highly recommend this one and all her Western romances (and all are reviewed on my blog). They all garnered 5 stars from me. So far, there’s EYES OF SILVER, EYES OF GOLD (with a part Cheyenne hero), and my personal favorite, DANCING ON COALS (with a full Apache hero). I think you’ll like them all!