With You Always Book Review

We've been doing a lot of reading around the Cottage over the last few weeks. Between buckets of rain and a bad cold, it was the perfect time to snuggle in with a good cup of tea and enjoy a book. If you love historical fiction grab a cup of your favorite beverage and pick up a copy of With You Always by Jody Hedlund.

While you're getting your drink ready I'll tell you a little bit about the book!

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The author did a good job of weaving this tale and filling in the details of life in 1857 New York. You can almost feel the grit of the city as she pulls you into the storyline. This was a book that really made me think, it was a journey through such heart-wrenching choices and gave you a look at life and what it was like to be an orphan in that time. The horrible poverty of the orphaned children and lack of options for them made my heart break and the triumphs made you cheer for her. We were given this book for our honest review.
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