The Last Train to Key West felt like I was watching a classic action-packed movie in my head with a stunning location, danger that kept me at the end of my seat, a romance that softens my heart and enough suspense to keep me wanting to know what happens with the characters.
The story revolves around a historical tragedy that was used more of a backdrop to the storyline. The story follows three different women who paths cross and their compelling and complicated relationships with the men they have met. The men themselves each have their own conflicts and secrets that are weaved into the storyline. The drama to the story moves the story forward and never overshadows the tragedy instead, it gives hope in the worst of times, and we see the good in humanity.
The characters are likable and believable and I cared about them. Instead of eye-rolling over the romance between the characters, I was rooting for them. I was fearful of them with the danger that surrounded them not only from the tragedy but the secrets they were running from.
The story came together well for me in a refreshing way that is needed right now! I highly recommend!!
I received a copy from the publisher