Book Review: A Perfect Silhouette


A Perfect Silhouette
by Judith Miller

Bethany House

Bethany House Publishers


Pub Date 06 Aug 2019

I am reviewing a copy of A Perfect Silhouette through Bethany House Publishers and Netgalley:

This book transports us to 1850 Manchester New Hampshire where we meet Mellie Blanchard who takes a job at a mill in order to help provide for her family. Looking for additional earnings she approached a daguerreotype shop owner asking that he hire her to make paper cuttings or silhouette portraits for those who are unable to pay for the expensive daguerreotypes.

After a particularly charming customer catches Mellie off guard with his broad smile and twinkling eyes catch her off guard, when the customer asks to escort her home, the seeds of a romance start to blossom! The pieces of her new life seemingly fall perfectly into place. When her new venture leads to an unexpected opportunity, she finds herself confronted with the reality that the truth is not always what it seems!

Will Mellie, who has secrets of her own, find happiness in the new life she has built for herself in the busy mill town?

I give A Perfect Silhouette, five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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