Book Review: Stagecoach to Liberty

I read this book in about 2 days. The first thing I have to say is be sure you have read the first two books first or you will have no idea what is going on. The author picks up the story and doesn’t slow down. Which you should read those books anyway because they’re great.

Again, Janalyn Voigt takes us on a journey through a snippet of a the past and I came away with a smile and feeling like I learned something. She gathers up the characters from the previous books and introduces a couple new ones, specifically a young German woman Elsa. Elsa came to America to better herself and send back money to her family and the contract that she signed isn’t what she thinks it is. She finds herself in a situation she needs to get out of asap and along the way encounters Con Walsh.

Con is just trying to get home, but he can’t sit by when a young woman is in trouble. And once he has decided he is going to do something, nothing is going to stop him. I will never tire of stories that are “yep, you’re one of us now” and that is what this is.

I feel like this overarching story is building to the end and the stage was set in Stagecoach to Liberty and I look forward to seeing how Janalyn Voigt ends this series.

Note: I received this book as an advance pre-reader copy.

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