We are very blessed to be asked to review books from time to time before they are released to the public. We love to read and this is just a delight for us. One of the books was the book called “The Lacemaker” by the author Laura Frantz.
First of all, I loved this book so much! This author did amazing research and wove into it these wonderful characters.
Our main character Elizabeth “Liberty” is a lacemaker in Colonial Williamsburg, VA just before the American Revolution explodes on the scene changing the fledgling nation forever and her life forever. Abandoned by her Father, accused of being a spy, can she survive?
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What We Thought Of The Lacemaker
This was such a beautiful story, I didn’t want it to end. The characters were rich, wonderful, believable and I was left in the end feeling like I was walking away from a beautiful friendship. I hated to say goodbye.
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