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  • Mystery at its best

    This is a wonderful read, it has mystery running through the story, but it tells a lot of life in those times. The way that Julie Klassen makes the characters live keeps this reader entralled. Gods redeeming grace is so beautifully told, and the human reaction to it well portrayed.

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  • The Secret of Pembrooke Park

    I had been anticipating reading this novel even before its release date (Dec. 2014) and, although I had to wait this long to finally read it, it exceeded every one of my expectations. So much so that I finished all 456 pages in one day, less than six hours to be exact. And it was WONDERFUL. I give Julie Klassen a hearty round of applause. Abigail Foster is a sensible, thoughtful woman who dreams of matrimony, only her visions have recently been dashed. Finding her family facing financial ruin, she carries a large measure of guilt as she knows it is mostly her fault. With much determination, she attempts to repair what has been lost. Along the way, she finds herself torn between rumors of treasure, mystery, and multiple men vying for her attention. Will all be well in the end? You have to read to find out! I found Abigail often struggled with her worth, as she constantly compared herself to her younger sister, and found herself lacking. I love how she finally comes to realize how valuable she is, to God and to those who love her. I have always said that a book isn’t really worth reading if the characters haven’t changed for the better by the end of the story, and I am extremely glad to report that in this novel, they do. So, without further ado, I give The Secret of Pembrooke Park all five possible bookshelves (my ranking instead of stars) because it kept me hooked through every page, is a novel I will absolutely be reading again, and was well worth purchasing.

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  • Delightful

    It is so nice to read a clean romance these days. This book is perfect for a light read, a book to take to the beach on your vacation. I enjoyed it thoroughly.

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