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Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Review - Giving in to Charity by Nancy O'Berry
Title: Giving in to Charity
Author: Nancy O'Berry
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
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Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed By: Roberta
Across the plains of 1870’s Wyoming an extraordinary house exists called Sweetbrier Academy. The young ladies are educated in the social graces of any wealthy debutante. They can play the spinet, embroider, discuss politics and issues of importance. But, when the lights go down they know how to make use of their hidden talents and bring the utmost pleasure. Come and meet Charity.
When Opal Benedict offers Charity Wilson a chance to further her horizons, she travels to Virginia City and accepts the job of personal secretary for the wealthy J.T. Meriwether unaware of the tension between the business man and his partner. Here she plans to sort out her personal life and better herself. Charity becomes entangled in a souring love affair that may exact the highest price of all when she falls for the soft spoken Silver Baron. Can Tobias Meriwether over come his dark past and fulfill their destiny?
Do you enjoy reading series books? Do you enjoy western historicals? Do you enjoy intrigue, deception, murder and a beautiful love story all rolled into one? If you have answered yes to all these questions, look no further. You need to pick up the third book in the Sweetbrier Academy series, 'Giving in to Charity'.
Not only is this book fast paced with beautiful description and intriguing dialogue, it has several twists and turns that will have you reading as fast as possible. The two main characters, Tobias and Charity, are truly amazing individuals to overcome the demons they have deep inside them. Through the book, you see each of them grow individually as well as together. Some of the secondary characters will either have you laughing at them or wanting to kill them yourself. Some of the issues discussed in this book are still relevant today. The one most prevalent in this book and in today's society is racism. I was humbled at how the author dealt with this situation and did so with grace and dignity. I want to thank the author, Nancy O'Berry, for a beautiful and entertaining love story. I'm looking forward to reading the other two books in this series as well as her future releases.