Nona Willard went out to Fort Abraham
Lincoln deep in the Dakota Territory, to help her sister
with the birth of her first child. Despite warnings to stay
close to the fort, Nonaís sisterís strong-willed ways ends
up getting them kidnapped by Indians. When her sister dies
while in captivity after giving birth to a beautiful baby
girl, Nona is forced to make some hard choices for the good
of her sisterís child. Will her selfish brother-in-law be
able to forgive her?
Nona intrigues Spencer Quinlan, He is a
bachelor by choice, and he chooses to travel the county as a
freelance writer. He has traveled to the Dakota Territory
to be near General Custer, a highly respected military man.
Spencer wants to write an article about the real Custer to
send back east. Despite her ability to get into trouble or
maybe because of it, Nona makes him want to settle down.
I really did like Love's Last
Stand as a whole. Character development and plot
both kept me reading. My only objection was that it felt too
long in spots. When the plot picked back up it would be
thrilling and then slow right back down again. Some of the
plot points seemed a bit expected but well timed.
Loveís Last Stand was a worthy read despite the few