(28) In the Company of Secrets // Bookish Blurb

51ws3dnxv8l-_sx335_bo1204203200_In the Company of Secrets by Judith Miller

I had run out of things to read and this was on my Kindle (I got it for free a long time ago) so I decided to read it. I guess it classifies as Christian historical fiction and really it doesn’t deserve its own blog post but I guess it gets one anyway.

This book is about some girl (I can’t even remember her name) who flees England for America and wants to become a chef and works for Mr. Pullman and two men are interested in her. Also she lied a bunch in order to get to where she is now and ultimately these lies are her downfall.

Overall this was an ok book if you don’t mind skipping the preaching and ignoring the fact that the book has a ton of unanswered questions (it’s the first in a series). I just wanted her to be together with the man she loved but nope the book ends without them together (I guess that is a spoiler but I’m sure by the end of the series they will end up together. Not that I’m going to read the rest of the series.).

Like I said, this probably didn’t deserve its own post but I wanted to acknowledge that I read this book and really it wasn’t that bad. It passed the time and I didn’t have to worry about any content (except perhaps some preaching).

In the Company of Secrets on Amazon

#28 of 2017

Can I just comment about how well I’m doing on the book front! I’ve read so many. I’m actually really proud of myself. I know they haven’t all been ‘big’ or ‘serious’ books but look at me reading all theses books 🙂


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