Friday, April 6, 2018

A Most Noble Heir by Susan Anne Mason

What can I say?  Great story.  Great characters.  I loved Owen and Hannah's love story.  I even loved their names.  This book takes you to the 1880s.  There is a distinction between classes.  The upper class is not to mingle with the lower class.  So what happens when a stable boy finds out he is really the Earl's son?

I quickly devoured this book as Owen attempts to figure out who he is and what path he is to take.  Hannah has her own path of discovery.

Sometimes we assume what someone means by their actions but we can be wrong and misinterpret the situation.  Communication and being honest can clarify what someone is thinking and why.  Each character in this book are taught valuable lessons about themselves and family members.

I received this free from Bethany House Publishers to review.

I loved this story as well as the previous books Ms. Mason has written.  After reading one of her books, you will read all of her future books.  I promise.

Susan lives in a suburb near Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where she works part-time as a church secretary. She is a wife and the mother of two amazing kids, and is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and Romance Writers of America (RWA). In addition to writing, she likes to scrapbook and to research her family history on-line. You can connect with her on Facebook or on her website

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