The Painter's Daughter by Julie Klassen

    I enjoyed reading the Painter's Daughter as it had a historical background, but also romance and working at doing what was right.  Captain Stephen Overtree has had to look out and clean up after his brother Wesley many times and he finds himself having to do it again as he meets Sophie.  Wesley has left Sophie and she is also pregnant.  When Stephen realizes this, he decides to marry her and send her to live on his family's estate.  They are both uncomfortable with the circumstances, but feel it is the best choice for the situation.  I liked reading this book and seeing how the characters interacted.
     I received a copy of this book to read and review from the publisher.


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