Book Review: Masquerade

September 27, 2010 at 3:38 pm Leave a comment

I recently read Masquerade, written by Nancy Moser and published by Bethany House. This story is historical fiction, taking place in the late 1800s. It begins in England with main character Charlotte Gleason, a spoiled, only child who eventually leaves England to meet a man in America that her parents, as well as his parents expect to marry. During the voyage, Charlotte decides to switch places with her companion, Dora, her lady-maid.

The story was entertaining, easy to picture and moved along rather quickly. I really enjoyed reading this book and am glad to have chosen it. The only fault I found is that there were a few too many coincidences, which seemed a little ridiculous. Setting that aside, I liked the story and will recommend it to anyone who is a fan of historical fiction.

I received this book for free from Bethany House to review.


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