Book Review: The Imposter by Melanie Dobson

Legacy of Love Book 3

The Imposter by Melanie Dobson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Historically accurate and well rendered. Melanie has a talent for fleshing out historical scenes with fictional but believable characters. I enjoyed a look at the divide between English loyalists and independence seekers.

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As battles rage for independence in 1781, another conflict wars in the heart of a wealthy plantation owner’s daughter. One snowy night Lydia Caswell discovers a wounded man on the riverbank near Caswell Hall, and her decision to save him changes her life. Nathan introduces her to a secret network of spies, couriers, disguises, and coded messages — a network that may be the Patriots’ only hope for winning the war. When British officers take over Caswell Hall and wreak havoc on neighboring plantations, Lydia will have to choose between loyalty and freedom; between her family’s protection and her own heart’s desires. And both Lydia and her friend Sarah Hammond must decide how high a price they are willing to pay to help the men they love.

Legacy of Love is a series of historical romance novels based on courageous people and significant events that wove together the rich tapestry of America’s freedom and faith. The Imposter was originally published as The Courier of Caswell Hall.

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