Saturday, September 26, 2015
The Mistress of Tall Acre by Laura Frantz
Sophie, the midwife's daughter helped a child into the world. The child is her neighbor's daughter, and his wife is very fragile. Six years later The General and his daughter are back next door now, at Tall Acres.
Sophie's Mother is deceased, as well as her father. Her home, Three Chimney's is on the brink of financial destruction. Sophie's Father aligned himself with the Tories. Now that the war is over, it still haunts her. She is unwelcome and unwanted. When the General's daughter takes a deep liking to Sophie she wonders what her future might hold.
The world has changed a lot, and Semus's issues from the war have altered him. What plans can God work out from their arranged marriage? With several lovely characters to become fond of, this book was just as good as the last one, maybe better! My last book by her was The Colonels Lady, which you can read my review here:
Redemption, forgiveness and healing are a few of the things in this lovely read.
My copy of this book came from Revell in exchange for my honest review and nothing more.