Amanda is deeply affected by the controversy over women having the right to vote. Amid the turmoil, Thomas, a lad whom Amanda has always had a crush on, receives an opened letter from his girl ending their relationship. Amanda intercepts it and does a little letter writing of her own. A part of the "American Dreams" series.
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I really enjoyed this book. It was, however, weak in making me think I was back in Wyoming Territory in the mid to late 1800¿s. The book did have correct historical descriptions of clothes and buildings, and horse-drawn carriages. It appeared that Amanda was in love with Thomas, but for most of the story, it seemed he wasn¿t in love with her.