By Michellekidwell
336 days ago

Book Review: Keturah

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Keturah

by Lisa T. Bergren

Bethany House

Bethany House Publishers

Christian

Pub Date 06 Feb 2018


I am reviewing a copy of Keturah through Bethany House Publishers and Netgalley:
In this book we travel back to 1772 England where we meet Lady Keturah Banning Tomlinson and her sisters find themselves heiresses of their Fathers state, leaving them with having to go the the West Indies to save their heritage.
The sisters are determined to make their own way in the world, despite the fact it was not conventional for women to do so at the time. But once they are in the Caribbean they have greater things to worthy about than proper gender roles. When they go the infamous Island of Nevis, the sisters discover the legacy of the legendary sugar barons has vastly declined and that's just the start of what they begin to see in this unfamiliar world.


Keturah does not intend to put herself at the mercy of a man again, but every man on the island seems to want to help her, but she knows it is so though they can take ownership of the plantation. She is in need of an ally but a reunion with a childhood friend makes her wonder if he has ulterior motives.



Can Keturah surrender her stubbornness to save her families plantation? Find out in Keturah!

Five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!
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