Lyse Lanier’s family suffered a fall from grace before she was born. As such she has long been accustomed to her poor life and drunken father. When she meets a seemingly well-to-do and cocky Spaniard they become fast friends despite their very different backgrounds. But their friendship is complicated by war. A revolution of some sort has taken the colonies by storm and Lyse finds herself swept into a mess that she had regarded with indifference.
Like the first book in this series I was quickly drawn into the story and flipping the pages madly as I followed the further adventures of the Lanier – and this time set during on of my favorite period of history. Does it get any better than that?! From a unique point of view Beth White transformed hat could have been a deathly boring story into a rip-roaring adventure that left me guessing who was going to make it out alive. Can I wait for the third installment? No! But I don’t have a choice. So I’ll wait with twiddled thumbs and bated breath.
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