This is the third book in the series, but the first one that I have read. I really enjoyed the writing and the characters were enjoyable. I enjoyed their enthusiasm is getting a chance to go to the ball (who doesn't like dressing up). and of course a murder occurs. The coven works together to find out who is responsible and I enjoyed seeing the way they thought things out to solve the mystery. An enjoyable book that I would highly recommend.
A wonderful story of hope and belief. As Josiah has to put to practice what he does for others, he must depend on his faith, love, and hope to make things as they need to be with his wife. He must depend on his belief that things can be repaired to keep trying.
I liked seeing how Josiah persevered even when things did not go the way he wanted. How he realized that things that might work for others might not work for him and how he worked to find other ways.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher, The review is entirely my own,
I really enjoyed how this book went back and forth between the past and present to tell the story. It gives you the background and lets you know the outcome. I did not find it hard to keep up with the story as it was written. There are also two other books in this series, but you don't have to have read them to understand this story, but it will help with the present day story. I also enjoy learning history in the context of a fictional story and this one was no exception.
The story tells about Therese Jennings in the 1860's and Nicole Talbot in present day. When Nichole comes home she finds out much about her family's legacy some good and some not as expected, but with help, she is able to get it all sorted out.
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I received a copy of this book from the publisher, the review is entirely my own.