Sixteen widows are promised land of their own and a new beginning out west, but things don't turn out to be exactly as promised. Five of them band together and set out to make a life in this rough new world.
This was a nice book for light summer reading. I found it to be predictable, but the stories of each woman's life were still interesting. Ms.Whitson somehow managed to write the interwoven stories of five different women without things becoming confusion or boring- that was no small feat, I'm sure!
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