Peter is trying to save his good name. Rosemary is trying to steal it from him. At the end of the day, what purpose will prevail?
Oh, the hidden treasures you can find when organizing your library…
The concept of this book is interesting, but I think I enjoyed more the idea than the final product.
For some reason, I couldn’t be drawn into the story and I found myself skipping some paragraphs more than once. Maybe there were too many unnecessary details, or it might have been that the focus of the novel wasn’t something very appealing to me: history, legacy, inheritance.
However, I think the last few chapters were better; they got my attention a bit easier because they highlighted what I assume were the most important aspects of the story.
Besides, I really enjoyed Peter. He was my favorite character. I loved him most of the time, his sincerity and even his struggles found a place in my heart. I liked to learn things from his viewpoint.
Rosemary and Willa were fine as well. Nevertheless, the rest of the characters were not very important to me, and sometimes I couldn’t tell the difference between one and the other.
It’s not a bad book. It’s well-written and all, but I believe it had way too much to digest all at once and that didn’t help to keep me interested.
**I received a copy of this book from Bethany House through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own**
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+ «Brave woman. Or foolish. Or perhaps a bit of both,»ABOUT ROSEANNA M. WHITE
Roseanna M. White pens her novels beneath her Betsy Ross flag, with her Jane Austen figure watching over her. When not writing fiction, she’s homeschooling her two small children, editing and designing, and pretending her house will clean itself. Roseanna is the autor of ten historical novels and novellas, ranging from biblical fiction to American-set romances to her new British series. She makes her home in the breathtaking mountains of West Virginia.