Wednesday, May 11, 2016

BOOK REVIEW FOR - BORN TO TREASON - BY E.B. WHEELER

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DESCRIPTION:

Joan Pryce is not only a Catholic during the English Reformation but also Welsh, and comes from a family of proud revolutionaries. But when a small act of defiance entangles her in a deadly conspiracy, a single misstep may lead her straight to the gallows. Now, Joan must navigate a twisting path that could cost her life, her freedom, and her chance of finding love.


MY REVIEW / THOUGHTS:

This was such a fantastic story about sticking to your convictions and beliefs.  While Joan tries to keep her religion close to her heart without getting put to the gallows she takes on a life changing course to stay true to herself and her beliefs.

This setting is beautiful, and the author put me right in the action.  There was such a great story of, betrayal, love, and conviction.  I felt Joan's love for what she believes in to flow through out the book.  Although she knew what she was doing was illegal, she kept with it and love found a way to make things work.

I love how clean this book was and how involved it kept me.  I am in love with the ending!!!  I have enjoyed Wheeler's story, and know you will you.  Take a chance, buy the book!  You will not be disappointed.

Source:  I was given this book in return for an honest review.  I was not compensated in any way for this review.  These are my own PERSONAL thoughts on the book

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

E.B. Wheeler
pic and bio taken from Goodreads

E.B. Wheeler grew up in Georgia and California. She attended BYU, majoring in history with an English minor, and earned graduate degrees in history and landscape architecture from Utah State University. She's the award-winning author of THE HAUNTING OF SPRINGETT HALL and BORN TO TREASON, as well as several short stories, magazine articles, and scripts for educational software programs. She lives in the mountains of Utah with her husband, daughters, various pets, and as many antique roses as she can cram into her yard. If she had spare time, she would spend it playing harp and hammered dulcimer, gardening, hiking, shooting archery, knitting, and reading.



THANKS TO:

for the opportunity to read this book!