I have the honour of reviewing Kate Breslin’s novel, Not By Sight. It has been a very long time since I have read a novel and I usually stick with authors such as Karen Kingsbury. Lorraine Snelling and Dee Henderson. I’m not one to waste my time on silly stories. So if I am going to read a fiction piece, it better be good.
And Kate Breslin did not disappoint.
I was intrigued right from the beginning with the main character, Grace Mabry, a Godly young woman who is a fighter for what she believes in. She certainly is not a demure lady! I loved her character. She was not afraid of hard work and she spoke her mind.
I loved how the story was written in the time period of World War 1. I enjoy history, so a historical fiction novel is a perfect fit for me. I also appreciated that Grace was from an aristocratic family, I have always been fascinated with how wealthy British families operate.
The story itself was very well written. I am a very visual person and when I read stories, it becomes a movie in my imagination. Kate made this very easy for me to do with how she described settings, characters, events, etc.
The blossoming love story weaved throughout was heart warming. It demonstrated that true love knows no bounds. True love does not discriminate. True love bears all things.
I am so glad that I chose this book to read and review. It was a great addition to a relaxing summer.
If you are looking for a good novel to read, then you may want to consider Not By Sight by Kate Breslin. It was an honour to read her work. It is available through Amazon (just click the affiliate link in the right hand column to go directly to the book).
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