Whispers of Liberty
|Rating||:||4.83 (521 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||340 Pages|
Manhattan Book Review (Sheli Ellswoprth): Sprouse creates gentle, determined characters who value liberty and the freedoms of its promise. She wraps each with a blanket of compassion and carries them through with strength and conviction. The story is an easy read. Heidi dabbles in various genre, and loves to find the extraordinary in the ordinary as she focuses on small town men and women who overcome difficulties in life.. About the author: Heidi Sprouse is a teacher and writer in historic Johnstown, New York. What was not expected was Charlotte tripping over her own feet and falling into the middle of the American Revolution. Being a modern girl fitting into the 18th century was hard enoughthen she met Benjamin. Time is no barrier to love. Charlotte Ross, by her own admission, is a history geek. When she is not busy teaching or spending time with her husband and son, she is whipping up the next story. Sprouse’s writing doesn’t j
"Amazing" according to J Kahele. When I began this story, I thought it was going to be a modern romance. Then as I read on I thought it was going to be a historical romance. Which in essence it was, but not reallyit was south more. This was a story of true love, an undying love that was so great, two souls bound to each other so deep that . Five Stars Amanda Loved it!! I loved learning about historical Johnstown and the storyline was amazing, I couldnt put it down.. Heather Bang said I loved everything about this book - from the historical aspect. I loved everything about this book - from the historical aspect of the American Revolution to the love between the two characters that was so beautiful and powerful. I couldn't put it down.