Book Review: The Captains Daughter


The Captain’s Daughter

by Jennifer Delamere

Bethany House

Bethany House Publishers
Christian

Pub Date 06 Jun 2017 

I am reviewing a copy of The Captain’s Daughter through the publisher and Netgalley:

Rosalyn had left the Orphanage to begin her new life as an adult, she had understood she would face hard times but nothing like what she faced now.  In October 1879 Rosalyn decides to get on a train and head to build a new life for herself in London.

Rosalyn and her sisters grew up in an Orphanage in Bristol, an Orphanage ran by a kind, Christian man, who through prayer was able to provide for the hundreds of children in the Orphanage adequately.

A women named Jessie allows Rosalyn to stay with her when she arrives in London, having fled her previous employer after falsely being accused of theft.

Will Rosalyn be able to clear her name?

Will she be able to build a good life for herself and her sisters.

Find out in The Captains Daughter five out of five stars.

Happy Reading.

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