Mona Alice Jean Newman - April, 1997: I had enjoyed Nanci Little's lush writing style in her first novel, Thin Fire; so when her latest work, The Grass Widow, became available, I was eager to read it. Thus began a remarkable journey into the Old West... However, beyond the well-drawn characters, exquisite descriptions and effective plotting, the real strength of this book lies in the eh way Little uses words. Her sentences sing like songs... The result is that their eventual surrender to one another is both intense and utterly delicious.Women's Cooperative Book Review
This is a meticulously researched historical romance of 1876, set in a small midwestern town shortly after the Civil War. The dialogue is superbly represented...
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