Melissa Jagears has brought us to another fascinating time with the Moral Society. Evelyn meets David quite by accident, but he keeps looking for ways to bump into her and see her, while she shies away from him, not wanting to be involved with a man.
A Love So True is one of those books that not only entertain, but inspire. After I finished the book, I wanted to look around to see what I could do for others. Right now, my husband and I are trying to raise money for a Serious Fun Network Camp, called Camp Korey. Even so, this doesn't seem like enough to do. I've got to think this thing through.
But back to Evelyn and David...Evelyn's parents are helping her run an orphanage, populated mostly by children of the soiled doves Evelyn so wants to help. David is in Teaville at the behest of his father to sell a glassworks that he won in a poker game. David's father has a wife picked out for David and his feelings for Evelyn have no place in his father's plans.
This is definitely a five star book, meant to be savored as you read it, two thumbs up, and a rescued soiled dove.
My thanks to Bethany House for allowing me to read and review this book.