The Legacy of Longdale Manor by Carrie Turansky // Review


A compelling dual timeline story of two women 100 years apart, bound together by Longdale Manor, faith, forgiveness, and the choices we make.
A beautifully told story, with well developed characters and strong themes of faith and forgiveness woven into the very fibers of the story. Art Historian Gwen Monroe finds a journal while working at Longdale Manor, discovering a poignant story struggling faith that resonates with her own searching heart. 

I especially liked Charlotte's story set in 1912, as she makes a new home in the Lake District on a sheep farm, after uncovering a terrible secret about her family. I liked how she finds true friends in Ian and the local pastor who helps her hold to what is true.

Overall, a touching story of faith through the troubled times, told through two main characters, with excellent emotional depth, and growth throughout. Highly recommend this beautiful dual timeline story, great for fans of historical and contemporary fiction alike, with strong faith themes, well done characters, and romance. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. 

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