Thursday, August 30, 2018

Review: The Patriot Bride by:Kimberley Woodhouse

 The Patriot Bride (Daughters of the Mayflower #4)
 **Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

About the Book:
Faith Jackson and Matthew Weber are both working covertly to aid the Patriot cause. But will they be willing to sacrifice all for their fledgling country?
A brand new series for fans of all things related to history, romance, adventure, faith, and family trees.

Spies Work Together for the Patriot Cause
Faith Jackson is a wealthy widow, friend of George Washington, and staunch supporter of the Patriot cause. Matthew Weber is friends with both Ben Franklin and his son William, who increasingly differ in their political views; and Matthew finds himself privy to information on both sides of the conflict. When a message needs to get to a spy among the Loyalists, Faith bravely steps up and in turn meets Matthew Weber. Suddenly she believes she could love again. But someone else has his eye on the Faith she portrays in elite social circles. What will Matthew and Faith have to sacrifice for the sake of their fledgling country?

My Review:
 As always, this author never disappoints. She structures her writing ever so eloquently to fit the style of the day and it always comes out perfectly. Faith and Matthew know that they can help the Patriots but things are so uneasy and it seems almost impossible for them to achieve even an ounce of victory for the rebel cause.

 Faith and Matthew both have the same idea to help "the cause" but both are on opposing sides. Will either ever be able to help the other is the question but soon they get real close, a little too close and they start to forget just what they are for and what they are against anymore.

 I like how the author threads through the historical aspect but also the Godly aspect and she seems to be able to make it flow correctly and evenly. The story line was a brilliant one and you can never lose with this point and time in history. It has so much suspense and intrigue. 

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