My Daughter's Legacy (Cousins of the Dove #3)
Women of Unfailing ConvictionVirginia, 1864 Therese Jennings cannot abide the thought of her family owning slaves. When her wealthy grandfather dies during the Civil War, leaving his slaves and estate to Therese's widowed mother, Therese flees to Richmond. There she works as a tutor by day and a nurse by night. But when trouble befalls her family, how can she reconcile her duty and beliefs? And where does James Talbot—a long-time family friend—fit in her broken world?Virginia, present day After years of substance abuse, Nicole Talbot's life is back on track. She's found work at an equestrian therapy center and returned to college with the help of her wealthy grandmother—but that help comes at a price. Nicole must decide between honoring her bargain and doing what she knows is right, even if that could mean losing her new start, her family's trust, and a future with her handsome boss.* * *From the Christy Award-winning team of Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould comes a thrilling tale of two women longing to make the most of second chances and find true love at last.

My Daughter's Legacy (Cousins of the Dove #3) Details

TitleMy Daughter's Legacy (Cousins of the Dove #3)
Author
FormatPaperback
ReleaseJul 1st, 2017
PublisherHarvest House Publishers
ISBN0736962921
ISBN-139780736962926
Number of pages400 pages
Rating
GenreChristian Fiction, Historical, Fiction, Novels

My Daughter's Legacy (Cousins of the Dove #3) Review

  • Melissa
    April 14, 2017
    3.5 starshttps://www.rtbookreviews.com/book-re...The third and final book in the Cousins of the Dove series wraps everything up in a satisfying way. Readers will want to start at the beginning of the series, because the modern-day storyline continues throughout while the historical storyline wraps up with each installment. Fascinating historical detail gives the story depth, and the connection between the past and present makes the tale flow seamlessly. The romance really makes the book shine. T 3.5 starshttps://www.rtbookreviews.com/book-re...The third and final book in the Cousins of the Dove series wraps everything up in a satisfying way. Readers will want to start at the beginning of the series, because the modern-day storyline continues throughout while the historical storyline wraps up with each installment. Fascinating historical detail gives the story depth, and the connection between the past and present makes the tale flow seamlessly. The romance really makes the book shine. The path to love isn't predictable, and readers will turn pages quickly to see who the characters ultimately choose as their partners.Nicole Talbot finally has her life back on track after years of drug abuse. She has a summer internship at a local equestrian facility and is living with her sister again. Her boss is handsome, but he doesn't trust her due to her past troubles. As Nicole and her cousins find out more about the tragic events from their past, Nicole has to face secrets that she has held close for many years. In 1864, Therese Jennings may live in the heart of the south, but she shares her late father's abhorrence of slavery. When her mother refuses to give up owning slaves, Therese takes a job in Richmond as a governess, and begins to volunteer as a nurse. Everything about her job is fraught with danger, and she has to balance the desires of her family with her own convictions
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