Tag Archives: historical fiction

One more river to cross

The story is compelling and the characters are well written, many will pull at your heartstrings and you will be hoping against hope for their rescues. The story itself with hold the reader’s interest until the very end, even to the author’s notes and acknowledgements.

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The best of intentions

Subterfuge and lies abound in this story. Being up front and honest is a lesson several characters had to learn the hard way.

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The Best of Intentions

Grace Abernathy travels to Canada after World War I to hopefully convince her widowed sister to come back with her to England, to bring her son to their mother. Seeing him is the sole desire of a woman who has lost two sons and, of course, does not yet know her daughter is also gone. When Grace discovers tjt the horrible Easton family has custody of Christian, she is determined to find out how they are they treating her nephew. Using an assumed name, Grace is hired as the boy’s nanny and discovers the Easton, formidable though they may be, are caring for Christian and loving him as well.

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A daring venture

The characters are very appealing and the story of their romance, despite many roadblocks, is sweet and engaging but the back story of water purification is also fascinating and fleshes the story out to make it more than a simple romance

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