Review:A Refuge at Highland Hall by:Carrie Turansky
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Penny Ramsey left her Highland Hall home for London when Britain became involved in World War I. Now she helps her dear sister, Kate with eight orphaned children, that Kate and her husband took in. And with Kate pregnant with her first child, she definitely is going to need a lot of help. One day Kate’s husband arrives just in time for tea, but he brings an old friend along. And let’s just say he’s quite a looker.
Alex Goodwin finds Penny Ramsey intriguing and beautiful. He wishes to learn about everything that makes her, well her. But with the war going on and a dangerous assignment in his future, he really shouldn’t get involved with a girl, especially Penny. But with his dreams flying high, he and Penny begin writing one another, causing there friendship to soar. But all to soon everything they come to love is disrupted, and the brokenness may just become to much to bear.
A Refuge at Highland Hall is book three in the Edwardian Brides series. This book matched up to the history of the first World War perfectly. I loved every aspect of this book, and I can’t wait to read more in this series.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.
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