Monday, March 21, 2022

Review: Love's Fortress by:Jennifer Uhlarik

 Love's Fortress (Doors to the Past)

**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

About the Book:

An Epic Love Story From the Past Brings Closure to Dani’s Fractured Family Roots

​Walk through Doors to the Past via a series of historical stories of romance and adventure.

Upon receiving word that her long-estranged father has passed away, Dani Sango inherits the former art forger’s entire estate. Among his many pieces of artwork are a series of obviously Native American drawings and paintings, which lead her to research St. Augustine of 1875. White Elk is transported to Florida to join other Cheyenne braves already being held in Fort Marion. Sally Jo Harris is at the fort teaching the Indians. When a friendship develops between them and false accusations fly, it could cost them their lives. Can Dani discover how their story ends and how it shaped her own father’s life?

My Review:

 If you like books that flip-flop between time, then this is the book for you. Set in the mid 1870's compared to today. Dani has a lot of work to do and she didnt realize just how much until she started uncovering her father's past. Dani is learning more and more about her father than she ever initially set out to do. She is learning so much in fact she isnt sure its something she can just set aside.

 The store revolves a lot around the Native Americans and is a real mystery to untangle. Its almost like the characters of each time period work together to solve the mystery. How the author is able to keep such a store straight is beyond me, but she does it perfectly.

 The historical fiction end of the story is always my favorite and I like how it tied into modern day.

A real great story with really rich and vivid characters.

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