I recently finished reading an e-book novel called My Outcast Heart by Anna C. Bowling.
I don’t normally read romance novels (mostly because they are all sex and very little romance) but this one held my attention. The story takes place in colonial New York in the 1720’s. It is a sweet story of a young woman named Tabetha who meets and falls in love with an “outcast” named Dalby. Of course there are “villainous villains” who want to take Tabetha’s property away, and want to do terrible things to Dalby the “outcast.”
Who doesn’t love to hate a good villain?
There are no blatant sex scenes; you could let your teenager read this without blushing. (now that’s shocking, eh?)
There is a scene in the book where people pray over their meal. (How often do you see THAT in a “romance” novel?) They attend church. (repeat question here) They…
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