Price of Privilege by Jessica Dotta is the final book in the Price of Privilege Trilogy. This book was as difficult for me to read as the first two books were; however, this story surprisingly brought me to tears in the final pages!
The trilogy tells the tale of Julia Elliston's life. This third book begins with Julia newly married to Edward Auburn, her childhood friend. The brilliance of the first days of their wedded life turns dark, when Edward's family refuses to acknowledge them as man and wife.
Julia and Edward begin searching for a new place to live. They end up at her father, Lord Pierson's home in London. As they are trying to settle into this new home, suddenly their lives are thrown into chaos. Chance Macy, an evil man from Julia and her father's past, has re-entered the scene! Macy falsely believes that Julia is his wife, so he is charging Edward as a bigamist and charging Lord Pierson with a civil suit for keeping Julia away from him.
In the midst of this craziness, Julia begins to learn that God can use painful situations to sharpen a believer. God becomes Julia's anchor on this pain-filled path that she is on.
I received this book from Tyndale House Publishers in exchange for my unbiased review