A vivid historical romance set in York, Pennsylvania shortly after the Revolutionary War.
Silas Ballantyne came to York, Pennsylvania to finish his apprenticeship and then set out for the west. But his arrival at the home of master blacksmith Leige Lee–and his introduction to the daughters of the house–manages to distract him momentarily from this singular goal. The longer he stays with the Lee family, the more apparent it becomes that sisters Eden and Elspeth couldn’t be more different in character. Still, he finds himself fascinated by them both. When Silas finally makes his choice, the result will be a legacy that endures for generations to come.
This is the first book in a quartet that will follow the Ballantyne family from the late 1700s through the Civil War. Loved it and looking forward to the next in the series!
Lynn Austin’s Refiner’s Fire is one of my all-time favorite…