Saturday, March 19, 2016

Review: The Pattern of Her Heart by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller

The third Lights of Lowell book. Nolan and Jasmine are celebrating Alice Ann's fifth birthday. Bad news comes soon. An epidemic has swept through the south and Jasmine's father and brothers are dead as well as many of their neighbors. The estate is left to Jasmine and her only surviving brother, McKinley. They agree to set the slaves free but cannot find a good buyer. The slaves have been          
stolen, the house is burned, and Prissy is keeping secrets about the father of her child. And why is McKinley rushing the sale so much?

This is another 5⭐️

1: It shows a healing, a movement and growth of character throughout the story.

2: The bad guy is absolutely horrendous. But he does his job in the story very efficiently.

3: The eccentric old cousin is brilliant. An element I enjoyed immensely.

4: The storyline of Eleanor and Justin and Reggie is so sweet it makes me want to cry. I love the way they interact.

5: Paddy gets a sweetheart. Kiara has another kid. The Irish storyline is a great addition to the story and the trilogy as a whole.

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