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Protecting Miss Jenna: Dream Wildly Unafraid (The Lydia Collection Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I liked how the author wrote the character, Wade. He was on the board of the local school administration and interviewed Jenna for the position at the local school. This book was written at a time when there was great hatred in the Kentucky area for black people and especially the educating of black people. Wade and the other on the school board offered Jenna the job as teacher, but never really told her all of the situations that resulted in the need of a new school teacher at this specific school. Due to this information being withheld, Jenna is in grave danger and Wade realizes it and takes up the responsibility of keeping watch over Jenna…hence Protecting Jenna, the title of the book! I won’t spoil the story with any more details, but recommend you read this story!
There is a great deal of Kentucky history and heritage placed within this book. It is easy to see the love that this author has for her state. She took great pride in not just writing a very interesting fictional story, but also by adding such historical aspects and tidbits that relate to the characters of her story.
I was provided a copy of this book by the author/publisher. All opinions in this review are my own.
Although this book is entirely fictitious, Mrs. Prysock thoroughly researched the time and area, so that she incorporates many things that actually happened into her fictitious story. I love that! I love being able to read a fun story, and actually learn something in the process!!!
One negative. I have to agree with another reviewer, why in the world did the author persist in using the word "husbandry" in such an odd way??!! I looked it up to see if it had a different meaning during this time period, but found nothing. :-(