Set in 1920's Ireland a romance forms between the daughter of a titled landlord and a local jewelry maker.
A quick read, this one is kind of in between for me, because there wasn't anything that I absolutely didn't like. But I found the plot to be pretty predictable from the start, and Annabeth's apprenticeship seemed like a stretch for me. I liked Stephen's father, Seamus, who was a kind and optimistic man, seeing the good and looking on the bright side.
I liked that Annabeth was willing and excited to learn from the Jennings. Her sister is a very sweet young woman, and I admired her for offering multiple times to bear the burdens that faced Annabeth.
In the end this is a pleasant read, with a unique setting, and a likable heroine. I admired Annabeth for not shying away from getting her hands dirty and working alongside the tenants.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
Buy it here: The Lady of Galway Manor by Jennifer Deibel
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