I hadn't read any Tamera Alexander novels since I completed her Fountain Creek Chronicles series. I must say by the time I reached the end of A Rare Beauty, I was once again a fan.
This 470 page novel by Tamera Alexander was longer than my typical read, but I must say I enjoyed every page. I felt like I was walking with Eleanor Braddock, in every every moment, as she placed her aging father in an institution that could look after his needs much better than she could; and then, find a way to move on with her life. Not an easy task it seems as a single 30-year-old woman in late 18th century Nashville. Enjoy the journey with Eleanor as you learn what God had planned for her!
I will look forward to reading the other novels in Tamera Alexander's Belmont Mansion series!