Book Review of In Due Season by Sandi Rebert

Book cover for In Due Season: A Story of Colonial Williamsburg by Sandi  Rebert

About

Born in a London workhouse, John has suffered years of physical and verbal abuse. Finally managing to escape, he stows away on a ship bound for the colonies, only to be discovered while out at sea. After another failed attempt at freedom, he is sold as an indentured servant to the bootmaker in Williamsburg, Virginia. His new-found faith in Christ is tested daily by his master’s arrogant son. Then Elizabeth walks into his life…

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Thought

This story is one that historical fiction and romance readers will enjoy.

With a different take on people from Colonial Williamsburg, this somewhat shorter novel with a warm ending is quite sweet and I found to be appropriate for most ages (16+).

I voluntarily received and reviewed a complimentary e/copy of this book which I received from the author/publisher. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.

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