The final book of the series started out pretty slow for me. Cora is still struggling to accept her new role as heiress to a fortune while falling for Will, a man beneath her social status. The first part of the book seemed to be both Will and Cora going back and forth between this is true love and this will never work.
About a third of the way through, the story really picks up as tragedy strikes and Cora's life is once again in danger. The action gets moving as well as the characters as Cora finds her role in the family company as well as the part God wants her to play.
The last part of the book was fantastic. I found Cora's sister Vivian to be the most interesting character in this book and wish she had had been a focal character.
There were some twists I knew were coming but one or two I didn't see coming. It all wraps up nicely, finishing a great series.
I recommend this book to fans of Christian historical fiction, especially those who enjoy details about landmarks around the world. You'll want to read them in order though.
I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own.