Return To Dos Encinosby Charles Clark
Luisa, wife of Charro�s partner, Carlos Resendez,
Sarah Levin Cisneros returns from her honeymoon to face a quandary: should she continue school and pursue a career as an advocate of human rights, or should she relegate her life to being Charro Cisneros� wife, raise a family, and settle into the comforts of living as the matron of the gigantic Dos Encinos Ranch?
Luisa, wife of Charro�s partner, Carlos Resendez, encourages Sarah to do both. After graduation, Sarah becomes a contributing editor to the San Antonio Express newspaper. Her controversial articles, strongly flavored with women�s rights issues, make Sarah a popular figure among women�s rights activists and suffragists.
In an effort to demonstrate to the people of Texas that women are capable of being more than mothers and homemakers, Sarah participates as a working vaquero on a perilous cattle drive. Childbirth burdens Sarah�s already packed schedule of writing, speaking, and promoting the suffrage movement.
But while she is away, a tragedy at home rekindles her dilemma. Guilt-ridden from her self-perceived negligence as a wife and mother, should Sarah continue her leadership role as a women�s rights activist, or should she return to Dos Encinos to solely be Mrs. Charro Cisneros?
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What a wonderful follow up to 'Trails to Dos Encinos' - Definitely a must read!