Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Review: And Then Mine Enemy (Feathers In The Wind #1) by Alison Stuart #HelenReviews

And Then Mine Enemy by Alison Stuart

And Then Mine Enemy (Feathers In The Wind #1) by Alison Stuart
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And Then Mine Enemy by Alison Stuart blurb

Book review by HelenI love stories with historical history in them and Ms Stuart knows her history. She also has such a way with words that the characters and happenings of the time come to life and take you back in time to journey with them. This one is so moving and fabulous.

Adam Coulter returns to England at a time of unrest with the start of civil war where friends family and neighbours fight against each other for what they believe in. But Adam is hardened. He has led a life that has seen suffering and injustice but he as everyone choses his side and does what needs to be done.

Perdita Gray has been married, then widowed and now lives with distant family. Her marriage was loveless and her husband cruel. She is now betrothed to Simon who is a good man but planning their wedding with a civil war is not easy and things don't go to plan but when Adam Coulter arrives on the doorstep, she as always helps and her life is about to change.

I loved this one from start to finish. The written words pull you into the story and the characters are like friends. The struggles that these people had to go through back then must have been so hard but wow, the strength that is shown by Perdita and Adam is amazing. The good news this is the first book in the series and I cannot wait to find out more about their lives and their love. Thank you, Ms Stuart for another for the keeper shelf. I love your stories.

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  1. This is such a great story one that I highly recommend :)

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    1. I love Alison's historicals. This is on the list.

  2. Goodness. They sound like they both led very difficult lives.

    1. Alison writes very authentic historicals. They definitely highlight the hardships these people experienced during their time.