Saving her money so that she can hide her mother from her father’s promiscuous ways, Alexandra can’t help but think that marriage is a trap. But when she’s faced with the unwanted advances of an already engaged political aid and her father advises Alexandra to accept the unwanted attention, she decides men are worthless.
These greedy men are up to something and the more they try to force her into ‘knowing her place’ the more Alexandria wants to see them accountable for their actions. But will it cost Alexandria her life?
What I liked: Shadows of the Canyon was a suspense-filled ride! It was very emotional and provoking — both in religious and political context. It’s definitely not a light read!
What I didn’t like: I almost put this book down. I wanted to quit reading several times before I reached 20% of the book because I thought it was boring and I didn’t like the characters. Luckily, I kept reading!!
|Source:||Kindle Free Read on October 1, 2013|
|Setting:||El Tovar, Grand Canyon, AZ|
|Series:||Desert Roses Book #1|
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