Educated Christians still on their journeys of discovery of God and His will for their lives, include a weekend of fashion, fun, mystery, drama and MURDER! The line between the drama and real murder will keep your interest piqued and you will not want to tarry with this book. In Donna Crow style, her imagery and similes, stand out very tall.
Because of Donna’s great knowledge and experience with England and Englishmen and her extensive travel in general, her story flourishes and almost dances on the page. The message of “real love” over “infatuation” lends to the story with depth. With my love for fashion, I enjoyed the costumes and colorful descriptions and creativity. The medical side may draw you also if you have an interest in forensics.
As the story ends with friendship complimenting human love, I had a warm, overall feeling of “Good conquering Evil” and a wonderful (corrrect) future for each of the characters. Don’t miss out on this superb blend of history, mystery, and love!