The Vicar’s Daughter by Josi S. Kilpack
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This book both caught my interest, and had me wondering how could it possibly have a happy ending. I like happy endings.
I didn’t start off loving it. On the contrary, I had trouble liking Cassie. She had a decided selfish streak, even though she convinced herself she was pretending to be her sister, for her sister’s sake. Yet, but the end, I loved this book. I loved the change in Cassie, and her sister. And I loved Evan, out of place Evan, honorable Evan.
I like many of the Proper Romance Regencies from Shadow Mountain. (Edenbrooke, anyone?) Ms. Kilpack sometimes is a bit on the racier side with the steamy kisses (and this book has steam a plenty for our young lovers). Characters go through tremendous growth. They are very real.
This is a beautiful story about God’s grace, family love, being sisters, and learning to accept your own flaws and limitations.
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.