Tuesday, March 4, 2014

A Passion Most Pure by Julie Lessman

She's found the love of her life.
Unfortunately, he loves her sister.

As World War I rages across the Atlantic in 1916, a smaller war is brewing in Boston. Faith O'Connor finds herself drawn to an Irish rogue who is anything but right for her. Collin McGuire is brash, cocky, and from the wrong side of the tracks, not to mention forbidden by her father. And then there's the small matter that he is secretly courting her younger sister. But when Collin's affections shift, it threatens to tear her proper Boston family apart.

My Review
There was so much conflict in this book I couldn't put it down. And with all the sparks flying, I'm lucky it didn't burn the pages! A beautiful story of an Irish family who rely on God to see them through their share of troubles. And several times I caught myself saying, "Wow. I didn't see that coming." Rougish men, jealous sisters, war, and betrayal= a must read!
I gave this book 5 stars!

1 comment:

  1. I agree, Candice. Lots of twists and turns! An enjoyable read.