SARAH’S BRASS TOKEN
Rating: 5 cups
Sarah Jones, the town outcast, has just buried her brother. He was hung for murder, of which he was innocent. She has a five-year-old son, is behind in her farm payments, no one in town will offer her credit, and life seems to be getting harder and more impossible. That is, until Tabor returns to Banjo to become her savior and much more.
After losing everything in the war, Tabor Nolan knew what he wanted; a family. And he knew the first time he met Sarah that he wanted her for his wife. Coming back to Banjo was the right choice. Now he must convince Sarah to marry him. He must also decide whether he wants to resume his medical career as a doctor or just continue to make furniture.
Sarah and Tabor are two lost people burned by the past. Now they have a chance to put that past to rest and embark on a new future together. They are each getting so much more than what they longed for in the process.
I cannot say enough good things about this book. It just blew me away. Such heartache turned into such promise. The three-dimensional secondary characters tell more than just the story of Sarah and Tabor. I can only hope for a chance to see some of them in their own story. The Brass Token in this story means one thing, but becomes a symbol of something else. You must read this story. It will touch you to the core. Kudos Ms. Gold on a riveting good book!
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