Veil of Pearls by Marylu Tyndall ~ Review

Veil of PearlsMy Review: Ms. Tyndall weaves an intense tale fraught with tension and complex characters.

Adalia escapes her cruel master and puts her gifts for healing and herbs to use working for the doctor. But her light skin hides her secret heritage, and she risks losing the respect and love of those around her, if her secret were ever to be discovered...

What a riveting plot! From the very first page I was invested in Adalia's story and sympathetic to her situation. I loved how the plot moved quickly, giving Adalia a very real problem, with plenty of well researched details.

I loved how the character were portrayed as flawed and imperfect with realistic limitations for their time, and way of thinking. The Doctor would be a great example of that because he was kind and had good intentions, yet he was hardened and had a narrow idea of how things should and should not be, yet it made perfect sense for the time place, and station that he was in.

The characters were very well written and complex, I completely understood why they did what they did and the struggles that they had to overcome and the dangers they faced.

Overall this was a riveting tale of love betrayal and trusting God, can you believe this is the first time I have read a book by Marylu Tyndall? Well I can tell you right now that it will not be the last! The suspense and tension of the fast moving plot kept me reading, and made it difficult to put down! I would totally recommend this book!

I received this ebook from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!

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