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Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Can two seemingly opposite people unite together to face the danger that seems to lurk everywhere?
Tyndale House Publishers
A chance encounter at the Seneca Falls women’s suffrage movement leaves Blessing Brightman and Gerard Ramsey hoping to never cross paths again. Blessing is the Quaker widow of a difficult man whose death left her with wealth and a high standing in society. Gerard Ramsey is the son of a wealthy Boston family who craves independence and respect from his father. As Gerard’s best friend decides to court Tippy, Blessing’s best friend, he decides to dissuade him and moves to Cincinnati. There he gets to know Blessing for who she is. A simple Quaker woman with a passion to help those nobody deems worth helping. As he decides to enter in a business venture that will seemingly give him the independence he seeks from his father, nothing is as it seems. Someone wants to ensnare him with deceit, while the past Blessing has tried so hard to overcome seems to come back and taunt her. Things start to escalate as racial tensions start to give way to violence. As they fight their way through everything the feel themselves falling for each other but their past and their need for independence get in the way. Will they work their way through their problems and feelings?
This was historical masterpiece. It explored two of the major movement of that time, women’s suffrage and the anti-slavery movements. It also brought a sense of intrigue and danger I was not expecting. The book was well researched and was masterfully written. The author wove the historical, intrigue, and romance elements together very beautifully. I loved it and will recommend and read the rest of the series.
I received this book from the publisher for review.
Posted by Myra at 10:29 AM
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Taryn Young, a software developer, is on her way to her dream honeymoon when a bomb destroys the airport terminal, killing dozens. Injured, she wakes up at the hospital. After learning that she and her husband are prime suspects, she decides to takes matters into her own hands and clear their name. Agent Grayson Halls wants to find those responsible for the attack at all means, but upon looking at the beautiful women suspected of the attack he can’t seem to believe she is responsible. Then watching her confusion and bewilderment of her learning that her husband isn't who he said he was, confirms it more. Is she innocent or just pretending? What exactly are the bombers after? How does she fit in? These are the questions that the FBI and Agent Grayson are scrambling to answer. But when her life and thousands of American lives are put on the line, will they put their differences aside and work together to unravel the plot and work out their growing attraction?
This was a mystery thriller impossible to put down. The story is filled with suspense, mystery, acts of valor, surprising betrayals, forgiveness, and courage, sprinkled with a little romance. The book moves fast and has plenty of twists and turns. This book will keep you drawn from beginning to end. If you like a good thriller this is the book for you.
Posted by Myra at 6:27 AM