The Refuge of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky


Reviewed by Martha Artyomenko

About the Book:

In this third and final book in the Edwardian Brides Series, you’ll be swept away to England and France in 1915 as the Ramsey family and their staff and friends face the dramatic challenges and losses of World War One, yet they also experience the hope and triumph that comes as they put their trust in God to carry them through. Penny Ramsey helps the family welcome a group of orphaned children to Highland Hall, but she soon discovers caring for them is more difficult than she’d expected.

My Review:

The final book of this series was heartwarming in it’s WW1 time period setting with many hat tips to the historical era. The orphans being cared for in the large manor, the issues with status, and dealing with the injured from the war all gave this book character that I fully enjoyed. I have been looking for some Christian novels set in this time period, so was excited to read this one. It was a nice cozy read for a snowy afternoon. The cover is gorgeous as well, which just added to the enjoyment. I have heard said that if you enjoy Downton Abbey, you will enjoy this series. I have never seen Downton Abbey, but I really enjoyed this series and look forward to any more books that Carrie may write.

In order to purchase this book, you can visit here… A Refuge at Highland Hall

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