I finished another great book published by Revell Books this week. The Seeker has been my favorite one so far. If you are a Gone with the Wind fan, you will immediately be drawn into this book, with its southern belles and wonderful gentlemen-like men.
To me as I read this, I could see Charlotte and the man she falls in love with as being Scarlett and Rhett. The trials they both go through, the love that blossomed between them--unknowingly to both, it is just one of those books that you get so engrossed in you don't want to put down.
This book gets five stars from me and a high recommendation for anyone's reading list!
About the Book:
When well-laid plans go awry, can she still make her dreams come true?
Charlotte Vance is a young woman who knows what she wants. But when the man she planned to marry joins the Shakers—a religious group that does not allow marriage—she is left dumbfounded. And when her father brings home a new wife who is young enough to be Charlotte's sister, it is more than she can bear. With the country—and her own household—on the brink of civil war, this pampered gentlewoman hatches a plan to avoid her new stepmother and win back her man by joining the Shaker community at Harmony Hill. Little does she know that this decision will lead her down a road of unforeseen consequences.
Ann H. Gabhart brings alive the strikingly different worlds of the Southern gentry, the simple Shakers, and the ravages of war in 1860s Kentucky to weave a touching story of love, freedom, and forgiveness.
"In The Seeker, Ann H. Gabhart has penned a captivating story of love that blooms despite the desperate circumstances of the Civil War and a delicious heroine who chooses safety and seclusion among the Shakers. Gabhart's vivid descriptions and well-drawn characters will leave you wanting more. A wonderful read!"—Judith Miller, author, Daughters of Amana series
"Ann H. Gabhart has a gift for skillfully blending research with fiction to create stories that entertain. The Seeker is a well-woven tale about a strong and determined woman who is willing to risk everything to follow her convictions. A definite can't-put-it-down book."—Suzanne Woods Fisher, author, Amish Proverbs, Amish Peace, and The Choice
"To read The Seeker is to step inside a peaceful Shaker village and experienceã•a new world of faith, love, freedom, and forgiveness. Ann H. Gabhart brings to life a spirited southern belle in war-torn Kentucky with authenticity and grace. A page-turner to the very end!"—Laura Frantz, author, The Frontiersman's Daughter and Courting Morrow Little
This book was provided by Revell Books in order to write a review. All opinions are my own and I was not paid to write this.