Reviewed by Martha Artyomenko


My Review:
The setting of this book and the main characters are a bit on the rougher side when we meet them. However, with skilled writing, you feel the weight of the burden they bear.
I was thinking about how in certain time periods, women often had to accept themselves as worthless, as well as the poor/lower class citizens. The workhouse for not paying your debts was a real threat as was injury, blindness, burns, and the like.
I felt as if I was transported into a time that I am glad to not have to experience. But as I experienced this with the characters, I learned some valuable lessons alongside them as well. It was a moving story of faith in the face of hopelessness. I would recommend it.

This book was obtained through NetGalley and the opinions contained herein  are my own.

This book is available for preorder through Amazon and releases March 1, 2018

The Innkeepers Daughter


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