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Review: The Captain’s Daughter

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Review: The Captain’s Daughter

The Captain’s Daughter by Jennifer Delamere
Reviewed by: Mary Ann Bell
Genre: Christian Historical Fiction
Publisher: Bethany House
Publication Date: June 1, 2017

London 1879
Rosalynn Bernay finds herself in a quandary. Running from her employment as a lady’s companion, falsely accused of stealing. Instead of staying and facing her accusers, Rosalyn decides she has nowhere to run but to her sister Julia in Bristol.

As she is at the train station, she realizes that the train to London is the quickest way to escape.
When she arrives at the station in London, a handsome soldier tries to help her when she is met by an unscrupulous man who tries to get her to leave with him but along comes Mrs. Hurdle who offers a room and a meal and the young man is left doubting Rosalynn’s fate. It isn’t long before Rosalynn realizes that Mrs. Hurdle’s is more than just a boarding house, and she flees into the night.

After a series of situations beyond her control leaves Rosalyn Bernay alone and penniless in London, she chances upon a job backstage at a theater putting on the most popular show in the city. A talented musician and singer, she feels immediately at home and soon becomes enthralled with the idea of pursuing a career on the stage. That is, if the shadows from her past don’t catch up with her.

After a hand injury forces Nate Moran from his army regiment in India, he returns home to London, a place that holds unpleasant memories. He agrees to fill in temporarily as a stagehand while his brother recuperates from a broken leg, but Nate is counting down the days until he can rejoin his regiment. His future is decided–until he meets a beautiful woman who has found a new lease on life in the very place Nate yearns to leave behind.But then he meets the beautiful woman he met at the train station and the story recommences on from there.

Rosalyn is a strong, intelligent, yet whimsical heroine worth cheering for. An orphan raised by George Mueller, she has learned to rely upon god and I believe this is what gets her through her ordeals in the novel.

This novel is truly based on scriptures and the main characters are firm believers, who give us a look into what happens when we truly put all our trust in the Lord our God.

Rated G: This is a clean God centered novel

Reviewer’s copy was provided by the Publisher. Thank you!

 


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