Are you looking to support debut authors this year? Into 1st person reads? If so, look no further.
The Christian Fiction Girl gives a fab review of newcomer, Jess Heileman’s, ABIGAIL, a captivating tale of a young woman facing her own first–coming out. Not an easy business when facing down London’s elite.
But with a secret to hide–a delicious mystery that could prove Abigail isn’t all that a young lady should be–tensions run high. All could be lost, and not just a season. Sounds good to me!!
Abigail (2019) by Jess Heileman is a well-done debut. This book comes in eBook form, and is roughly a couple hundred pages in length. With a full-time job and a busy six-year old, this book took me two days to read. I received a copy of this novel in eBook form from the author via Kathy at Clean Wholesome Romance/ I Am a Reader. In no way has this influenced my opinion of the story. All opinions expressed in this review are my own. I give Abigail 4.5 STARS. This book is a Clean Historical Romance.
About the Book
For Abigail Blakeslee, becoming a debutante and entering Society is happening far too quickly. But now, foregoing her first Season has brought an unwanted invitation to join her aunt and cousins for a summer at Timpton House, the large estate of the Stanton family.
Reluctantly accepting, Abigail is thrust…
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