The Weaver’s Daughter: A BookLook Blogger Review

 
Sarah E. Ladd is at the top of my authors-I-recommend list! Her book series, Treasures of Surrey and Whispers on the Moors, left me spellbound from page one until the end. Her characters are always relatable. I was never much of a Regency Era fan until reading her books, but a fan for life I am! 

In The Weaver’s Daughter Ladd once again captivated me from the beginning. I really enjoyed the intrigue and the unlikely pairing of the heroine and hero. The themes of integrity, loyalty, deceit, and truth run deep as the two try to navigate the difficulties of the past alongside new challenges of the present. I also really love the community aspect of the story showing how individual events really affect everyone around you, even though not intentional. So often we forget that our action or inaction affect so many more than just ourselves. 
When I read Ladd’s work I enjoy that faith is woven throughout, but I never feel as if the author is preaching at me. Don’t get me wrong, I really love a good sermon, but I just don’t like the novels I read to turn into sermons. I love when I see the faith of the characters in a novel grow in a natural way. 

I give this latest novel by Sarah E. Ladd a hearty recommendation to anyone who likes a wholesome, well-written story which echos biblical themes with ease. If you haven’t yet tried her novels, this is an excellent place to start! 
Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through BookLook Bloggers in exchange for my honest review.  I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way.  All opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations.

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