Thursday, March 17, 2016

Review: In the Company of Secrets by Judith Miller

In the Company of Secrets follows the journey of Olivia Mott and Lady Charlotte Spencer. Olivia needs to get away from Lady Charlotte's family estate, Lanshire Hall. Lady Charlotte needs to leave before her parents realize she is expecting a child. Charlotte has a plan to get them both away. But when they arrive at Pullman and Olivia is hired as an assistant chef on a fake recommendation lies seem to be the only thing to cover up the unfortunate turn of events. When Olivia falls in love with Fred things only get more complicated as she struggles with the secrets she's keeping from him.

This book gets a 5 ⭐️ Rating because:

1: Although neither Charlotte nor Olivia is saved at the beginning they both come to see their need for Christ. ( Charlote not until book two in the series)

2: Chef Rene is outwardly gruff but a real softy inside.

3: Mrs. Devault is one of the most forgiving characters I've ever seen

4: Olivia doesn't fall in love with Mr. Howard ( hallelujah ). He's a rotten character, personality-wise. He adds a lot to the story line though.

5: Most chapters ended with enough of a cliffhanger to keep you reading on and on past the time you told yourself you'd stop.

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