Liz M, Reviewer
Last updated on 05 Jul 2019
Spring House is well written, very interesting and readable. It stands alone just fine although the background was set in the previous Winter Cottage.
It's considered women's fiction, which is not usually my preference, but don't be misled by this categorization. That doesn't make it mushy or feminist-based.
Spring House moves between generations and interrelated history. I don't usually like to jump between centuries, but it was well-executed and surprisingly easy for me to follow.
I prefer Mary Burton's work, but Mary Ellen Taylor is a nice change of pace.
Thanks to NeGalley for the ARC given for an honest review.
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