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Delia and the Drifter by Melody Carlson November 12, 2015

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 3:07 pm
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Delia

About:

With a college education, Delia is being pushed toward matrimony of an older wealthy man—to rescue her family’s finances. But a mysterious visitor offers an opportunity for Delia to travel from Pennsylvania to Colorado and to perhaps discover a new life. Along the way she finds what might be romance—except that the man is a ‘drifter.’ In Colorado, she’s confronted with murders and mysteries and must sort out her life and plan for her future.

My thoughts:

I have read a lot of books by Melody but never a historical so I wasn’t sure if it would live up to what I have come to expect from her books.

This one certainly does.

I was immediately drawn into these characters lives. Melody starts the book off with a major upheaval in our heroine’s life. One many of us can identify with but in a different way.

The person Delia always that she was isn’t who she is. She has been lied to about her identity. This is true of us many times. We have been lied to by the enemy about who we are, we easily forget that we God’s children and our identity is in Him. When we realize the truth was are blown away and can’t believe we have wasted so many years believing a lie.

Delia deals with these same thoughts but in slightly different circumstances that I can’t give away.

If you like Melody Carlson and enjoy historical romance I have no doubt you will enjoy this book.

Visit Melody here.

Grab your copy at Amazon.

A copy of this book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. 

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