Tapestry



CLOTHED IN MYSTERYAfter Rescuing Her From A Carriage And Fishing Her From A Stream, Vincent Chesterton Decided Dandre Collin Had A Knack For Disaster And He Wanted To Protect Her But His Secret Life Had To Come First The Bluest Eyes Dandre Coffin Had Ever Seen Belonged To Vincent Chesterton, The Wealthy, Dashing Catch Of The Lancashire Countryside The Same Man She Had Come Upon Dressed As A Worker In A Textile Mill And Dandre Was Determined To Unravel The Mystery Behind His Two IdentitiesTapestry

Sally Cheney was a bookstore owner before returning to her first love writing She has traveled extensively in the United States, but is happiest with the peaceful rural life in her home state of Idaho When she is not writing , she is active in community affairs and enjoys cooking and gardening.

[Reading] ➾ Tapestry Author Sally Cheney – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 297 pages
  • Tapestry
  • Sally Cheney
  • English
  • 10 February 2019
  • 0373287925

10 thoughts on “Tapestry

  1. says:

    Oh what a hidden gem mom has found.First of the book start out very slow Besides the first couple pages where the heroine almost get run over by a carriage, which of course the hero saves her from The next couple of chapters are slow, but beautifully written, and it does a beautiful job of laying the ground work and building the story up, which is why one of the reasons mom thinks this book got over looked it is very slow paced but as the heroine, Dandre, starts to figure out why the hero, Vi Oh what a hidden gem mom has found.First of the book start out very slow Besides the first couple pages where the heroine almost get run over by a carriage, which of course the hero saves her from The next couple of chapters are slow, but beautifully written, and it does a beautiful job of laying the ground work and building the story up, which is why one of the reasons mom thinks this book got over looked it is very slow paced but as the heroine, Dandre, starts to figure out why the hero, Vincent, is undercover and once she decided to help him on his mission than boy oh boy does this story get rolling.Which lead mom to the second reason she feels this book might have been over looked The reason the set up took so long is so that the contrast between the up class life and the life of a worker in the mill could have contrast and make an impact upon the audience Mom can understand the first part, being so mundane may have lost some people and the second part being in such contrast to the first may have shocked people enough to put the book down, but mom feels that what makes this books so amazing, and I agree with her fully Mom and I also felt, though we are not completely versed in the history of miller works during the industrial age, we due feel this book had some of the most very historical accurate parts and would recommend this to any Outlander fan if you are one who likes their historical romance with a hint grueling historical accuracy, though we feel it still keep it very PG 13 compared to Outlander This book is a most read and we hope it makes a come back

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