"This was a delightful novella with lots of colonial details that history lovers will enjoy. Readers who enjoy colonial era Christian romance will be THRILLED with the authenticity of the information included and the lovely heroine and strong hero. Carla has created compelling characters and a lovely tight storyline for this novella." Carrie Fancett Pagels, ColonialQuills.org
This collection takes place in the late 1700s, a different time period than many historicals and one I wasn’t particularly knowledgeable about (don’t forget I’m Canadian!) I found the stories interesting from that perspective. I also enjoyed cameo appearances by previous novellas’ characters, and watching their families grow and interact within the newer stories. If you enjoy this period of American history, I think you’ll like this collection.
(Valerie Comer Live Simply. Simply Love.
Over all I enjoyed this book. Of the four stories I liked that last two the best and my favorite was the last one with Alden. That story could have easily been a stand alone novel. I like the Romancing America line because they can be read easily and are great books for those days you find yourself waiting on your kids at practice or waiting at the doctors office. Looking forward to reading more of these books.
(Abbie Tireman Abbie's Reading Corner
Unexpected adventure in Connecticut takes the Ingersoll brothers by surprise—and sends unexpected love into their paths. Will Nathaniel risk his future for a woman? Will animosity end Jonathon’s new-found love? Will a war-wounded Gideon find peace or more hurt? Will one young lady have Alden seeking love over freedom?