Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Book Review: "The Captive Imposter"

 When an event from the previous book in the Everstone Chronicles leaves the family worried for the youngest Everstone daughter’s safety, they send her into hiding under another name. Estella Everstone the heiress becomes Elle Stoneburner, hired companion. And she’s mostly okay with that until her employer decides to take her on an extended trip to visit Everston, a resort owned by Estella’s father. Further complicating matters, she discovers that her annoyed ex-fiancé is staying there, too. Estella fears he’ll give away her identity, forcing her to return home, having failed, before she is safe. Little does she know that Jay Crawford will turn out to be the least of her concerns.

Though Estella’s situation is the result of an event in the previous book, The Captive Imposter can be read alone. A few significant characters from the earlier books make brief appearances, but all is explained—and without giving away information crucial to those books. I enjoyed getting to know Estella’s character and discovering how her story resolved. Now I’m wondering if there’s another Everstone Chronicle in the works!

This story is set in Maine in the late 1800’s. Fans of historical Christian fiction romances will enjoy this book. I received a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for this honest review.


Did you know Dawn Crandall is hosting a blog tour with daily giveaways to celebrate the launch of this book? Click here to visit her blog and find out what’s going on right now!

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