Friday, October 8, 2010
Where Hearts are Free is the third book in a fiction series titled A Darkness to light. Bridget is in love with Phillipe Clavell, but their love is an impossible one, their worlds separated by many hurtles including station in life and religion and an engagement of convenience.
I loved this story, the author keep me on my toes through the whole book. I ached and rejoiced with Bridget as she went through the journey life lead her on. The book is very well written I could close my eyes and see the plantation and feel the darkness of Bridget's Betrothed's large house. I could see Bridget's mother and father trying so hard to do what they felt was right for their beloved daughter. This book is a third in a series as I mentioned before, this did not hinder me from understanding the story line and it reads very well as a stand alone book, though after reading it I am itching to go back and read the first two in the series. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars it was a real joy to read.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book through the BookSneeze program for review purposes this review is my opinion and has not been influenced by Thomas Nelson in any way.
Posted by Tori Theriot at 7:25 PM