Prospects of a Woman by Wendy Voorsanger (Book Review #828)


Prospects of a Woman is a historical novel about Elisabeth Parker. The story is set in 1849, and Elisabeth travels to California with her husband, Nate, to see her father. Things don’t turn out as planned as Elisabeth finds herself stranded by her father, and her husband has an identity crisis.

Elisabeth has a strong character, and her personality really shines in this book. Her mannerism and behavior facing drama and triumph were beautifully written.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The cover of the book was very nice. It represented the story and was clearly designed to attract the reader.

The literature had a classic lyrical flow to it. It was easy to read and captivating to follow. The author has the potential to write well-written stories. I particularly enjoyed the historical references embedded within the scenes. The accuracy alongside the attention to the era was admirable.

The storyline itself was novel to the point that it represented something far from the social norm and the dynamic of that made it special.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes strong female lead characters and historical stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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