Review: No Safe Harbor
Title: No Safe Harbor
Author: Elizabeth Ludwig
Series: Edge of Freedom #1
New York City, 1897
Cara Hamilton had thought her brother to be dead. Now, clutching his letter, she leaves Ireland for America, desperate to find him. Her search leads her to a houseful of curious strangers, and one man who claims to be a friend–Rourke Walsh. Despite her brother’s warning, Cara trusts Rourke, revealing her purpose in coming to New York.
I enjoyed this book quite a bit. It only took me about a day and a half to read it completely.
When Cara Hamilton comes to America from Ireland in search of long lost brother, she meets up with his enemies and finds herself falling in love with one of them.
A story of forgiveness and letting go of bitterness. Although a fictional story, it brings out that if we let bitterness to grab hold of us, it won’t let go and will keep growing into a bigger and uglier problem. Unless we are willing to forgive those who we are bitter against.
This book touched me in some personal areas and I hope that it will touch you to. Enjoy.
“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.
Available at your favourite bookseller from Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group”.