July 7, 2011
Book Review: The Lady of Bolton Hill - By Elizabeth Camden
One day Clara leaves to travel with an aunt. Daniel continues on with his life after the death of both his parents (raising his two sisters). He becomes a powerful business man thanks to an invention he’s made for the railroad. But grudges holds Daniel back and causes some problems. One of which is Clara. She comes back and meets Daniel, but is sadden by the hard heart of the the sweet boy she once knew. Clara makes a few mistakes of her own. She has become a journalist and has been defending under privileged workers (similar to those that work for Daniel).
Will their different views keep them apart or will they see through them to find the tender love they once had?
The reason I choose to review this book was the cover picture. It was beautifully done and I have read a few other books with the same cover and I enjoyed them (kind of a shallow reason huh?).
I did find this book to be interesting, the plot and series of events had me having a hard time putting it down. The characters were well developed and distinct in the story. I would definitely read another book from Elizabeth Camden. I thought she did a marvelous job with this book!
I received a free copy of this book courtesy of Bethany House Publishing Company for the purpose of reviewing.