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Due to circumstances beyond her control, Violet Hawthorne finds herself in a compromising position which leads to a forced engagement with Vance Everstone in order to save her name. In an attempt to escape the dangerous situation Violet’s brother placed her in, Vance feels it is in their best interest to leave town and head to Boston. Violet has heard many rumors about Vance, and she is not sure how much she can trust him, particularly when she learns the truth about his past. Will Vance be able to keep her safe and give her the life she has always dreamed of, or will newfound rumors destroy her? What will happen when her past troubles become her present circumstances?
Crandall’s latest is set in 19th century New England and is a truly engaging and beautifully written story. The transforming power of Christ is evident in her characters’ development. The reader is likely to fall in love with Violet, as well as the handsome rogue. Crandall continues to shine with her first person POV historical romances. The hope-filled story contains engaging dialogue and wonderful chemistry, making this a true page turner.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher. Opinions in this review are my own.
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Dawn Crandall is an ACFW Carol Award-nominated author of the award-winning series The Everstone Chronicles, which currently consists of: The Hesitant Heiress, The Bound Heart, and The Captive Imposter. The Cautious Maiden is her fourth book and released October 4, 2016.
Apart from writing, Dawn is also a mother of two little ones and serves with her husband in a premarital mentorship program at their local church in Fort Wayne Indiana.
A graduate of Taylor University with a degree in Christian Education and a former bookseller at Barnes and Noble, Dawn Crandall didn't begin writing until 2010 when her husband found out about her long-buried dream. It didn't take her long to realize that writing books was what she was made to do. Dawn is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, the secretary for the Indiana ACFW Chapter (Hoosier Ink), and an associate member of the Great Lakes ACFW Chapter. She is represented by Joyce Hart of Hartline Literary Agency.