Tea and Tomahawks by Dahlia DeWinters (#Fantasy, #TimeTravel)

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Author: Dahlia DeWinters
Source: Self Purchased
Format: Mobi (Kindle)
Published: October 29, 2015
Genre: Time Travel, Romance
Available: Amazon | +Goodreads

Another one I have mixed feelings about.

I mean I liked it...really enjoyed the mash of contemporary , historical, paranormal and time travel themes going on in Tea and Tomahawks but ugh, this heroine...just ugh.

And trust me, I get Annie was an abused woman (which I don't condone at all). But....this chick knew she was in a bad situation the day after her marriage began, had IMO the perfect way to get out of it (by way of her Grandmother) and just didn't...ugh. I truly wanted to bop her upside the head a couple of times while reading. Yes, she was a shy introverted person but to constantly take shit from a person she knew was a POS was just annoying to read.

The ending however, was quite surprising and I was pleasantly shocked by it...totally wasn't expecting it so kudos to the author for that. I wished I could have enjoyed the in betweens a bit more but thank goodness for the Annie's Grandmother, that feisty little woman was the bomb.com and a wonderfully awesome side character.

There was a tinge of a romance going on but really this story is about Annie traveling back in time, the past meshing with her present to drop some type of message on her head really. Which was fine and which explains the ending and which...you know what? good book...try it lols.

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  1. LOL, yes, I have been in the same boat lately with heroines that disappoint though other elements in the book keep me reading. Grandmother sounds great. :)

    1. Girl....its getting a bit tiring to keep reading these heroines, lols. Grandma was a great add it, glad she was in the story ;)

  2. Yup, it is hard to root for girls like Annie. On one hand you want to be sympathetic and understanding, be at their pace; while on the other hand it is frustrating to see them at their weaker moments and see them just take it.

    Happy Mother's Day!