This Edwardian England novel holds mystery and secrets, which are tucked into the character’s lives so neatly that I just had to keep reading! Margaret Lounsbury (Maggie) is part of loving family, the daughter of a wealthy man, before tragedy shatters her life. Maggie and her little sister’s world is upended in what seems to be a permanent departure from their childhood wealth and affluence. She and her sister, Violet, live with their grandmother, while Maggie works in their millinery shop. Behind Maggie’s elegant and ladylike appearance is a troubled heart vexed with unanswered questions from the past and growing unforgiveness.
Nathaniel Harcourt inherits Morningside Manor, his father’s estate, and has partial control of his father’s engineering company. Nathaniel is challenged with family relationships as well as important business decisions, which seem near-to-impossible to solve. His interest in Maggie is believable and frankly, I enjoyed reading this work of fiction all the way through!
What an excellent title, which is quoted from part of Psalm 37:6 in the Bible! This is a highly recommended novel on my book shelf and I encourage any reader of historical fiction to give Carrie Turansky’s novels a look-see.
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Thank you, Susan!
Susan Marlene Kinney is published in Splickety Love magazine and newspapers. She writes devotions, fiction, and nonfiction. She is a member and co-founder of Pens of Praise Christian Writers and is a member of Jerry Jenkins Writers Guild, American Christian Fiction Writers, ACFW WISE, and Lighthouse Christian Writers. She speaks at writers groups and prepares devotions and teachings often for Pens of Praise Christian Writers. She is a wife, mother, grandmother and At-Risk Teacher’s Aide. She loves antiques and training her Leonberger, who in turn loves to train her. But don't tell the cat, she thinks she has everyone under control.