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Apr 14, 2015
The Lady of Bolton HillThe Lady of Bolton Hill by Elizabeth Camden
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Clara Endicott was born to privilege, her father a well-known and respected preacher. It was expected that she would leave her mark on the world. Clara follows her heart and makes her mark in a way her family didn't expect. She champions the cause of the working class. Those kept in poverty by those who own the industrial revolution.

Daniel Tremain's world consisted of poverty, hunger, and hardship. He lost his chance at college when his father died and left him the man of the family. By his wits and pure hard work, he pulls himself and his family out of poverty. Daniel becomes a lion on the jungle of the industrial revolution.

Music brought them together, but the bonds of friendship formed in their early years will be sorely tested in the years to follow.

Check out my reviews of more Elizabeth Camden books:
Into The Whirlwind
The Rose of Winslow Street
Against the Tide