Sunday, 9 May 2010

Review - The River Between

The River BetweenThe River Between
BY: Jacquelyn Cook
PUBLISHED BY: Belle Bridge Books
PUBLISHED IN: 1985
ISBN: 978-0-9843256-0-3
Pages: 166
Reviewed by Billy Burgess

Set in Alabama in the year1859, Lily Edwards is awaiting the arrival of her cousin, Green Bethune. She will wed him through an arrange marriage. At least that is what her family has planned. Lily meets Harrison Wingate, a captain of a steamboat. Sparks fly between the two. When he leaves the shore for the river, he sends her letters. Now Lily must choose between her cousin and the captain.

This is my first review through the LibraryThing Early Reviewers. “The River Between” is a simple love story with a Christian edge to it. The book is well-written, the historical scenes are great. I recommend this book to fans of romance novels.

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