From the back cover:
Luellen O’Connell is stunned when her husband of just one month tells her he is leaving – and his reason devastates her. Deeply wounded by his betrayal, Luellen decides to follow her dream to become a teacher, a desire she had set aside when she married. But can she truly hide her past? Or will it destroy her ambitions forever?
The Dawn of a Dream confirmed Ann Shorey as one of my favorite historical writers. From the first page, I was hooked into a story that stayed strong through the entire book. Luellen faces a new set of struggles at every turn, and I was never sure which way she’d go. In fact, even the ending caught me by surprise. I love that!
The setting was unique, making this historical really stand out. Romantic and inspirational themes flowed through the story in a natural way. Be prepared to read this one quickly. It’s hard to put down.
This is the third book in the At Home in Beldon Grove series, though any of the books could be read as a standalone. I recommend all three, but I have to say, The Dawn of a Dream was my favorite. Ann’s next series releases later this year, and I will first in line to get my copy.
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