As a biochemist in early 1900s New York, Doctor Rosalind Werner has dedicated her life to the crusade against waterborne diseases. She is at the forefront of a groundbreaking technology that will change the way water is delivered to every household in the city–but only if she can get people to believe in her work.
Hamish DeLuca has spent most of his life trying to hide the anxiety that appears at the most inopportune times — especially as a new lawyer. And when a corpse is discovered at the Flamingo, we learn there is a vast chasm between the haves and the have-nots in 1937 Boston.
Ellie Carver arrives at her grandmother’s bedside expecting to find her silently slipping away. Instead, the beloved woman begins speaking. Of a secret past and castle ruins forgotten by time. Of a hidden chapel that served as a rendezvous for the French Resistance in World War II. Of lost love and deep regret . . .
The novel begins with the first queen of Henry VIII, Katharine of Aragon. For a nice twist to set the tone of the novel it starts with the queen as she has already been cast aside by the notorious king of England. Anne Boleyn (arguably most famous wife of the Tudor king) is already in the spotlight as the future queen but only if Katharine will agree to the annulment of her marriage to Henry.
Tried & True by Mary Connealy Genre: historical, romance, inspirational Publisher: Bethany House Publishers Date: September 2, 2014 Reviewed by: Rachel Dixon Fiction Addict Scorecard: B Kylie Wilde is the youngest sister–and the most civilized. Her older sisters might be happy dressing in trousers and posing as men, but Kylie has grown her hair long […]