Sunday, October 17, 2010

Masquerade: A Review


Masquerade, by Nancy Moser, reminded me of an old Disney movie, The Parent Trap.  Two good friends, Charlotte Gleason (who came from a wealthy family) and Dora (Charlotte’s maid), trade places or rather lives, on their boat ride to America – each to escape their old life.  However, both don’t end up getting what they want.  Through a series of twists and turns, they discover that in America awaits an even better path than they could have imagined!

Truly a very fun and entertaining read.  It was interesting to see the characters perspectives and paradigms change as they learned about what kind of women they were really created to be.

Two thumbs up!

Thank you to Bethany House for sending me this book to read and review.  I was not paid for this post, nor do I have to return the book!

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