Friday, June 30, 2017

The Captain's Daughter Review #ad

 Summer is in full swing and that usually means I'm up late reading books. This past week it was reading The Captain's Daughter. This books was set in a time where women's lives were vastly different than today's times. It was hard for women to make it in the world. We forget how far we've come and how wonderful we have it. At the same time looking back relationships were proper and had a beautiful romantic dance to get to happily ever after. I love that about novels and how different courting and the social rules were of the different time periods. This book is set in London and we see a bunch of trials to get the story to where it needs to go. It was well written and wonderful to read.

About the book:

Warm-hearted Victorian romance brings 1880s London to life.

When a series of circumstances beyond her control leave Rosalyn Bernay alone and penniless in London, she chances upon a job backstage at a theater that is presenting the most popular show in London. A talented musician and singer, she feels immediately at home and soon becomes enthralled with the idea of pursuing a career on the stage.
A hand injury during a skirmish in India has forced Nate Moran out of the army until he recovers. Filling his time at a stable of horses for hire in London, he has also spent the past two months working nights as a stagehand, filling in for his injured brother. Although he's glad he can help his family through a tough time, he is counting the days until he can rejoin his regiment. London holds bitter memories for him that he is anxious to escape. But then he meets the beautiful woman who has found a new lease on life in the very place Nate can't wait to leave behind.

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