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3.0 out of 5 starsGood book
Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2019
I was going to give four stars but some of the sex talk and cursing were totally unnecessary and ruined the story for me.
5.0 out of 5 starsHave a great time with Matty and Dash!!
Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2019
I loved, loved, loved this book! Matty and Dash have the greatest love story ever! Even though they meet when she goes to house set when her estranged half brother asks her to. They didn't know he would come up missing and then found murdered and they would help find the guilty party much more fun to read than I have laid out here so you can read it yourself to have a great time finding all the exciting adventures they have!
5.0 out of 5 starsGetting to know Windsor and the locals.
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2020
The title, These Sorrows We See, gives no clue to what the book is about but they are easily discovered following Matty’s visit to dog sit for her half brother. She comforts past family dynamics while facing the unknown about the brother. Author, Tamsen Schultz tells the story with believable characters and suspenseful happenings including murder. Most entertaining and a great read! I will read book 3 in this series to see how Ms. Schultz tops this Windsor episode.
Matty agrees to dog sit for her estranged half brother then finds herself faxing the care of cats, chickens, cows, and rabbits when she arrives. Being a city girl, she's relieved when the local vet, Dash, pulls up moments later to give the cows their vaccines. The fact that the vet does things to her that have never happened before is unbelievable. A writer who spends most of her time alone, no matter how rough her childhood was, there's been nothing to prepare her for what's to come! Edge of your seat plot that will draw you in and keep you glued to the pages.
Very busy, many players, many being played. Different stories mixed together with a group of main players. 1 of a pair of 1/2 siblings learns how community conscious the other 1/2 sibling turned out to be
So often I find a book that I enjoy but then the next book falls flat or loses it's voice. But sometimes....sometimes you get lucky and you find that unexpected read that just grabs your heart and imagination and introduces you to a new fun world. That is exactly what Schultz has done for me with The Windsor Series.
These Sorrows We See is the 2nd book in the Windsor Series and I have to say that it is just as impressive... if not more so than the first. Let me be honest, at the very beginning of the book I was nearly sure I wasn't going to like it simply because there appeared to be a 'love at first sight moment'. I am not a fan of this and I rolled my eyes but kept reading primarily because I liked the authors previous two books. I am SOOOO glad I did. Again Schultz has written characters who are thoughtful, strong, and intelligent and that 'moment' that I was sure would seal the books fate for me, actually was explained so well and was such a source of humor for the main characters that I now see exactly why it was needed. Yes there is romance and chemistry but it's not poorly written. In fact, I think that is my favorite thing about the book the mystery/intrigue story is very well written and researched. So often in romance suspense the plot just seems to become a back drop for a ridiculous relationship. However, here the plot is as good as the romance and it's a terrific blend. Honestly, I am very surprised that more people are reading and talking about this series.
So if your looking for that fun summer series.... look no further. Welcome to Windsor.
5.0 out of 5 starsA Completely engrossing and enjoyable read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 29, 2020
It is only after I have finished this book that I realise how much contrast was involved in the story - distrust and trust, threat and security, lonliness and friendship city and rural. The ability to give the reader a really good feel good story while at the same time dealing with death, crime and family disfunction issues. I was hooked before I realised I was hooked, so much so I am going hunting for another one. Really clever and complex web weaved into a great book, thank you.
4.0 out of 5 starsIt's clear that I'll have to read the whole series
Reviewed in Australia on November 30, 2020
Normally I really dislike reading a series out of sync but I started with this one which is number 2 and it was really good. It is a stand alone book although another book is referenced with two of the characters, it was really good to read. There was no feelings of irritation at not knowing what has happened before, as sometimes happens when you come into a series on a second or third book. Characters are strong, Story is interesting and I did not guess who the culprit was. I'm half way through the first book now and I can see myself buying the rest.