Saturday, March 24, 2012

The Rose of Winslow Street: A Review

Bethany House has published a truly memorable “vacation read*.”  The Rose of Winslow Street is a book that is fragrant as it teases you with smells of jasmine and rose buds, flowers that hold much meaning in the plot of this entertaining book. 

Michael Dobrescu and his family move into an empty house in Colden, Massachusetts, thinking that the house is rightfully theirs even though they have never laid eyes on the home.  let me mention that the family members are recent immigrants to America. 

Libby Sawyer and her father are shocked to discover that the Dobrescu’s have moved in to their beloved house and seek help from the court of law.  While they wait for a verdict, Libby reaches out to the family her father has evicted.  In doing so, new feelings enter her heart.

The family’s become intertwined as they discover that inside the house is a clue to the future and the rightful owner.  

You might be surprised by the ending of this novel, but you won’t be disappointed. 

Have a copy of The Rose of Winslow Street delivered to your front door or onto your Kindle

This book was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review.  Thanks Bethany House. 

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