rating: 3 of 5 stars
This is the second in a series of three books set in 19th Century England. In this book the main character, Catherine, is a college student. The book takes us through all four years and is about her relationships with her friends, men, her family and God. I usually like Blackwell's books, and this one wasn't bad, it just wasn't all that good. Basically it was predicatable and very much gave the message that stepping outside the boundries of society was not a good thing. The religious aspects were a little on the preachy side, but mostly the book taught by example--those who sinned were hurt by it, and saw the hurt their sin caused others.
View all my reviews.