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Beyond All Measure by Dorothy Love
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Jul 09, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: romance, christian
Read from July 06 to 07, 2012

Dorothy Love spins an interesting of life after the Civil War. Set in Tennessee, the war is over but emotions still run hot. Coming from Boston and trying to establish for herself a new life, Ada is branded as a “Yankee” and thus often disliked on sight. Left alone in the world after the sudden death of her father and aunt, she must make her own way. Now a companion to a cantankerous old woman, she wonders if she has chosen the right path. And her life is further complicated by the man who hired her to take care of his aunt. In this inspirational tale of romance, the author illustrates how the choices one makes can be life-changing, not only for oneself but for others as well. With likable and well developed characters and an intricate storyline, this historical work of fiction is entertaining as well as informative, and will have you reaching for the next book in the series.

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