Tabor Nolan is tired of roaming. A veteran of the Civil War, he just wants a place to call home and a family to call his own. Finding a small, quaint town in Texas, Tabor is pleased and excited that this might be the place. It is when he is looking the town over that he runs across an arresting woman struggling to bury a loved one. Silently helping her, Tabor never expects to become so enamored of her, nor does he expect that with a few shovels of dirt his life is about to change.
SARAH’S BRASS TOKEN tugged at my heart tremendously. Feeling Sarah’s pain at the loss of her brother, I found my heart breaking at her show of fortitude as well as her struggle to depend only on herself. While at times she didn’t seem to appreciate the efforts of Tabor, I most certainly did; I found him to be loyal, trustworthy, and completely irresistible. I love how Ciara Gold incorporated the protagonists into the storyline as well as her ability to make me not like them.
For a poignant, sensual, and satisfying western historical, readers won’t go wrong with SARAH’S BRASS TOKEN. I know I didn’t.