Review for The Hesitant Heiress by Dawn Crandall

1.The Hesitant Heiress

Book 1 in The Everstone Chronicles series: The Hesitant Heiress

My review:

I do not usually read historical fiction but when a friend said how much she loved this book I figured I would try something new. And boy am I so glad that I did! This book is fabulous! I fell in love with the characters from the very beginning and found myself unable to put the book down. This had just enough of a mystery hanging around to keep me reading and guessing until the end. If you love historical fiction I highly recommend this book. And even if you don’t, I encourage you to try something new! You won’t regret it. This is one of the favorites I have read recently and I cannot recommend it enough!

About The Hesitant Heiress:

After being unjustly expelled from the Boston Conservatory of Music, Amaryllis Brigham sees her dreams of founding a music academy disappearing before her very eyes. Now the only way to achieve her goal comes with high stakes for someone set on avoiding men as much as possible: marry within the year to inherit her grandmotherโ€™s fortune. Amaryllis reluctantly takes part in her auntโ€™s society, intent on getting to the west coast on her ownโ€ฆ and without a husband.

Despite her own misgivings, she soon finds herself falling in love with the most unlikely of men, Nathan Everstone, whose father not only had a part in her expulsion, but whose ominous presence has haunted her dreams for a decade since her motherโ€™s tragic death. Nathan turns out to be much more than he seems and everything she never knew she wanted. But just as everything Amaryllis has recently hoped for comes to fruition, it all falls apart when she finds that the real culprit who has been managing her life isn’t who she thought at all.

About the author Dawn Crandall:

A graduate of Taylor University with a degree in Christian Education, and a former bookseller at Barnes & Noble, Dawn Crandall didnโ€™t begin writing until 2010 when her husband found out about her long-buried dream of writing a book. Without a doubt about someday becoming traditionally published, he encouraged her to quit working in order to focus on writing The Hesitant Heiress. It didnโ€™t take her long to realize that writing books was what she was made to do. Dawn is represented by Joyce Hart of Hartline Literary.

Apart from writing books, Dawn is also a first-time mom to a precious little boy (born March 2014) and also serves with her husband in a pre-marriage mentor program at their local church in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Dawn is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers, secretary for the Indiana ACFW Chapter (Hoosier Ink), and associate member of the Great Lakes ACFW Chapter.

The Everstone Chronicles is Dawnโ€™s first series with Whitaker House. All three books composing the series were semifinalists in ACFWโ€™s prestigious Genesis Writing Contest, the third book going on to become a finalist in 2013.

Connecting with Dawn:

Book Review Blog:
Twitter: @dawnwritesfirst


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