“A Surrendered Heart” Book Review

Aug 24, 2015 by

Welcome back to Rachel’s Back Talk! I’m so glad you could join me again. Today I am reviewing book 3 of Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller’s series, “The Broadmoor Legacy”, A Surrendered Heart.


As is my custom, if I could ask Tracie and Judith one question about A Surrendered Heart, it would be — “Was it difficult to have the same predicament carry through all three books of the series?” And if you want to know why I asked that questions, I guess you’ll just have to read the book to find out!


And without further ado, onto Rachel’s Back Talk!


From the Back Cover:

When cholera strikes Rochester, NY, most of the members of the Broadmoor family flee to their castle home in the Thousand Islands. But Amanda Broadmoor resolves to remain in Rochester to help control the spread of the dreaded disease. However, much more than Amanda’s health hangs in the balance. Mishandling of the family fortune threatens to leave the Broadmoor family penniless and scorned by society unless Amanda is willing to sacrifice her future. Will she be forced to marry a man she disdains in order to save the Broadmoor legacy?


Rachel’s Back Talk:

4 – award winning covers


Tracie and Judith concluded this series with a bang! I loved the conclusion to the Broadmoor cousins and was relieved that the ending left me completely satisfied. I loved how the series concluded with Amanda, the oldest cousin, and also threw me as the reader for a crazy ride!

Amanda was kind and generous. She cared about her family’s needs over her own wants, and was willing to do anything for them. She is also very determined. Amanda wasn’t afraid of being an obstacle of ridicule among society, but instead wants to help people through nursing.

Oh and Dr. Blake Carstead! Though he tried to talk himself against it, he began to fall in love with Amanda. But was it too late for both of them?


Other books by Tracie and Judith I will read next:

Daughter of the Loom (Bells of Lowell Series #1)

A Fragile Design (Bells of Lowell Series #2)

These Tangled Threads (Bells of Lowell Series #3)

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