An Enduring Love by Wareeze Woodson – Review by Shelly Kittell

An Enduring LoveAn Enduring Love by Wareeze Woodson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a power-packed book. Rebecca is a pistol. She starts with little confidence to slowly grow into a mature momma who can stand her ground. She is left behind when her husband returns to England for his sick father. Now this is in the early times, not common for that time. She stays to take care of her ill mom. The Latvian government lies to keep her prisoner and tells her husband she is dead. No communication reaches either. Eventually, she escapes with her house serf, her serf’s free brother, her son (yes, she was pregnant) and gets to England. She meets up with her husband and it’s not what she expected. So many changes and surprise, including the criminal Gorgi from Latvia following, and these two somehow will fight, challenge and overcome everything thrown at them. This is a book full of welll-written

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