Hott Synopsis:

Laurel Sheridan has a decision to make. Several of them, in fact. Born into a privileged world she never anticipated being alone or working but she’s accepted both without a second thought. What she can’t decide is which of her suitors to accept.

None seems quite right even though all have money and seem to the very cream of society. Does she accept one as she’s being swayed to do or should she miss this fleeting opportunity?

Lily knows she needs space to make this decision so she accepts a job near her childhood home of Crimson Mountian to ponder the turn of events never realizing that here her dreams make come true… if the war effort doesn’t first condemn her fate.

Hott Review of Crimson Mountain:

This was some book!! This was a sweet romance that anyone can love, but it’s SO much more. There is a light adventure, a bit of suspense, a wonderful salvation message and explanation, and a lesson on being a woman.

I know we anticipate the romance and intrigue but the others are not prevalent. This book will be on a must read for the young women I know because it’s so applicable. Teaching young women that their identity is not with a man, that we shouldn’t spend our time looking for the one, and how to evade those awkward questions with grace and tact are all lessons found here that we all need!!


Author: Grace Livingston Hill
Source: Barbour Books via Netgalley
Grade: A+
Ages: 16+
Steam: Nada
Series: Grace Livingston Hill #85

Author Bio:

Grace Livingston Hill

A popular author of her day she wrote over 100 novels and numerous short stories of religious and Christian fiction. Her characters were most often young female ingénues, frequently strong Christian women or those who become so within the confines of the story.


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