Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The Rose of Winslow Street by Elizabeth Camden

In the small town of Colden, Massachusetts, most of the neighbors know what is going on with each other. So when Michael Dobrescu comes to America from Romania and moves into the home of Professor Sawyer and his daughter, Libby, while they are away on vacation, the townspeople know something is up! Then when he claims to be the rightful owner of the house, the townspeople alienate him and his family. He cannot buy food in town, his children can’t go into town without getting into fights with the other children. But Libby sees the injustice and has to step in and help, even though there is a lawsuit between her family and the Dobrescu’s.
When I requested Camden’s first book, The Lady of Bolton Hill, she offered to put me on the list to review her second book, The Rose of Winslow Street, even saying that the second book was better. Well, I read the first book in about a day and absolutely LOVED it. I didn’t think the second book could be better, but as much as I loved Camden’s first book, her second book was off the charts AMAZING. I will rate this book in my top five favorites of all time, and even dare to put it in first place of that list! I can’t stop raving about this book and I can’t wait to see what Elizabeth Camden has up her sleeve for her next book. It’s going to be awesome!
I received this book free from the author herself for the purpose of this review.

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