Friday, April 29, 2011

Lady In The Mist: A Book Review

About The Book:

By virtue of her profession as a midwife, Tabitha Eckles is the keeper of many secrets. Dominick Cherrett is a man with his own secret to keep: namely, why he, a British aristocrat, is on American soil working as an indentured servant.

In a time when relations between America and England rest on the edge of a knife, Tabitha and Dominick cross paths, leading them on a journey of intrigue, threats, public disgrace, and . . . love. But can Tabitha trust Dominick? Finding true love seems impossible in a world set against them.

With stirring writing that draws you directly into the story, Lady in the Mist takes you on the thrilling ride of love's discovery.

Check out this excerpt of Lady In The Mist (pdf format) and this great reading guide, (pdf format), perfect for book clubs!


About The Author:

Laurie Alice Eakes is the author of Lady in the Mist as well as several other novels. She won a National Readers Choice Award for Best Regency in 2007 for Family Guardian. Laurie Alice writes full time from her home in Texas, where she lives with her husband and sundry dogs and cats.





My Review:

Lady In The Mist is book one of The Midwives Series and it only took a few pages into the book to realize that this is one series I was going to love!

This book will appeal to a number of different readers, as it includes romance and a murder mystery. You will be drawn into the world of 19th century Virginia, and it is very evident that a large amount of research was done for the purpose of writing this book. The characters are all very well developed and it was great to see the journey that Tabitha takes throughout the book. A great read for all fans of historical fiction!

I highly recommend this book and give it a huge thumbs up.

BUY IT: Lady In The Mist by Laurie Alice Eakes is available at your local bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

***I received a complimentary copy of this book, courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications Inc., for the purpose of review on this blog. All opinions expressed are my own, and I have not been compensated in any other manner***

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