I'm participating in the War Through The Generations read along of Enemy Women. Every Monday I'll be posting my response to the questions posted on the previous Friday.
Do you think the prologue was necessary? Why or Why not?
I liked the prologue. I thought it set up the story very well. I liked the extra background. I don't think it was necessary but helped build up the story.
What are your first impressions of the main character, Adair Colley?
I like Adair. She's head strong and loyal to her family. I'm looking forward to reading more about her story. I actually hope to learn more about her father too.
The correspondence at the beginning of each chapter provides background to the fighting. How do you think that will figure into the overall plot or what is its purpose?
I love the correspondence at the beginning of each chapter. It's like a little piece of history. It lends well to the story but I'm not sure how it will fit into the overall plot.