Lindsey Hutchinson is fast becoming one of my favourite authors and I am very pleased to be doing another review of one of her books.
The last book I reviewed by Lindsey Hutchinson was Minnie’s Orphans and I fell in love with era as well as Lindsey’s storytelling style.
Lindsey Hutchinson is a bestselling saga author whose novels include The Workhouse Children. She was born and raised in Wednesbury, and was always destined to follow in the footsteps of her mother, the multi-million selling Meg Hutchinson.
Another gem from Lindsey Hutchinson!
What an inspirational and impressive young girl, Ella, is – I finished this book on International Women’s Day and it was totally fitting.
Ella is one of the strongest heroine’s I’ve had the pleasure to read for a very long time.
She lost her mum at a young age, her older sister wasn’t too helpful and her brother-in-law is even worse – I really felt for Ella, having to care for her dad and provide food and keep a roof over their heads.
Her boss took her for granted and treated her badly, so I was over the moon when she decided to start up her own business with the support of her father – this was an excellent move.
The book is written at a good pace and in the usual Lindsey Huthinson writing style that draws you in, I love how real and relatable all the characters feel, I felt as if I knew them personally.
Read this book if you want a great story with an inspiring heroine.
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Thanks so much for reading!