Safe Passage

Safe Passage Review

It’s 1912, the beginning of the Mexican Revolution—and the Mormon colonists must flee to the United States. When his estranged wife is mistakenly left behind, Ammon Hancock goes back to rescue her. But when he finds her, he must coax her to follo...

Title:Safe Passage
Edition Language:English

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  • ????? [Punya Reviews...]

    My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts... for more, visit Punya Reviews...A full review of Carla Kelly’s Safe Passage would be kinda difficult to do for me, not because it’s a ...

  • Carol Nicolas

    Carla Kelly has done it again. I enjoyed this historical romance, about a woman who gets left behind when the Mormon colonists of Colonia Garcia, Mexico leave for the United States during the Mexican ...

  • Melissa T

    When it got down to it, I didn't really care what happened at the end of this book! I can't put my finger on what the problem was--I just didn't care. Maybe I'll go back and finish it some day. Or May...

  • Heidi

    I have enjoyed reading Carla Kelly's recent books. I must admit this one drug on for me a bit and I found myself putting it down and reading other books. I finally finished it though and did end up li...

  • Sarah

    The setting of this book was what interested me. I didn't know much about the mormon settlements in Mexico and what happened to them. I found that aspect of this book interesting. I also liked that th...

  • Tracy

    Although a revolution is raging, Ammon is sent to Mexico to rescue his estranged wife, Addie. It seems like a straightforward mission until he runs into other people who need his help, and he has to w...

  • Mikelle Embleton

    This book was slow. A few tense moments but mostly predictable and boring. I suppose also that its my own fault for reading a book spattered with religion as well . I'm not typically a fan of Christia...

  • Amanda

    WonderfulI always love Carla's books, and this was no exception. It was different, captivating, and I enjoyed meeting some new friends. I speak Spanish, so I love her books with a Spanish background.W...

  • Kelsy

    What an interesting read. Now I want to learn more about the Mexican revolution and the history of the Mormon pioneers in that country. The characters were likeable, interesting, and relatable; and, t...

  • Tiffany

    Kind of boring...