A Heart Most Certain by Melissa Jagears

     Lydia King is doing her best to stay afloat and help others at the same time. Her father is not doing well financially and her mother is sick.  Lydia sets out to help others, but soon finds herself needing to help herself.  She is working with the Teaville Moral Society to collect donations for those less fortunate and is trying to land herself a wealthy suitor at the same time.  Instead she finds herself unsuccessful trying to get a donation from the most wealthy man in town, Nicholas Lowe, and instead teaming up with him to help others together.
      I liked seeing how Lydia teamed up with Nicholas even when it was not her best choice.  I liked seeing the motives behind why they were doing things and how sometimes even when it wasn't for the best reasons, things could still work out.  I liked how they learned about trust and how to work together.  I also always enjoy reading books set in historical settings as it is interesting to see how things worked in the past.
     I really enjoyed reading this book and would highly recommend it to others.
     I received a copy of this book to read and review from the author/publisher.


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