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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

A Lady of High Regard by Tracie Peterson: a review

A Lady of High Regard (Ladies of Liberty #1) A Lady of High Regard by Tracie Peterson


My review


rating: 4 of 5 stars
Mia Stanley is a lady of high regard living in late nineteenth century Pennsylvania fighting for the rights of women and children beyond what her social status believes is appropriate. Tracie Peterson has done it again in my opinion. I must admit that I was not crazy for this book and it's characters as I have been for some of Tracie's stories, but I did enjoy it and will recommend it and perhaps read it again. Mia has a very Emma-like quality about her. She wants to put everyone into a matchmade pair, but when she realizes who she wants to be her other half, it is a little too late as she pushed him away into a pair of his own.



Through this story you get entertainment and romance. There is mystery and suspense. There is a devotion and lesson to be learned. There are matters that affect your own life that you can gain from experiencing the lives of these characters. I have yet to come across a book by Tracie Peterson, except one, that I have not loved and this is no exception. It's great, not necessarily amazing, hence the four stars, but it's great.


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1 comments and creative thoughts:

Bookish Ruth said...

Another book goes on my wish list! (Seriously, I can't pass up a historical set in my home state!)

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