Tuesday, July 5, 2011

“Beyond All Measure” by Dorothy Love Book Review

Beyond All Measure

With a new mission and a new start to her life, Ada Wentworth sets off to begin again in Beyond All Measure by Dorothy Love. She is a young lady who has been through hard times, but she’s not afraid to grasp life by the horns. Miss Wentworth heads to Hickory Ridge, Tennessee, for a job, but there is more there than she realizes. Love seems to find her even when she isn’t looking for it. Is she ready to respond, though?

I really enjoyed this Christian, historical fiction, romance book. I was drawn right into the story and immediately connected with the characters. Here is a girl from a rich family, and she found herself in hard times. But what I love about the main character, Ada, is that she’s not afraid to work. She seeks employment and has big dreams to start a business of her own (not a small task for a single woman in 19th century).

Even though the main character in Beyond All Measure isn’t a Christian, she slowly starts to see the love of Christ through her new friends and church. God works on her heart, and she has many new things to think about.

Beyond All Measure is a fun, easy to read book. If you’re into this type of fiction, you will enjoy it. It’s well written and a great book overall. You can find Beyond All Measure by Dorothy Love at local bookstores and online as well.















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1 comments:

Megan said...

Great review! I plan to read 'Beyond All Measure' soon. I think that the cover of this book is beautiful.