Sarah Jones has not led an easy life.
She has been living alone with her brother and her ‘son’ when
suddenly her brother is hung for a murder that she can’t
believe he was guilty of. The town makes Sarah ‘persona none
gratis’ in every way possible. All she is doing is trying to
make a home for her and Andy. She is leery when a stranger
helps her bury her brother and again when a stranger is nice
to her a year later on the anniversary of the death. She
doesn’t trust men as a rule and is stunned when she finds out
it is the same man. Especially when she finds out he is
interested in courting her.
Tabor Nolan has run from his demons for a
number of years since the Civil War has ended, and now he
wants to settle down and have a family. The sassy blond he
met in Banjo is the one woman who keeps coming back to his
mind and he decides this is where he will settle. The more
Sarah protests his advances the more he is intrigued and feels
like he wants to protect her. Then when fate puts them in a
position to be together for the long haul will Sarah respond
as he wants or not?
Sarah’s Brass Token is a
wonderful heartfelt historical romance. Ciara Gold has woven
a story that has it all, it has romance, death, struggles,
friendship and forgiveness. I was drawn in from the first
scene and stayed that way until the end. I think anyone that
likes post Civil War romantic stories will find this book
worth their time and effort.