Monday, November 25, 2013

Her Good Name

All Espy Estrada wanted was to have the chance to continue her education. And, get to know Warren Brentwood III better. But, with being born into a poor family, both seem to be just out of her reach. When she begins working for a Professor and his wife as a maid, things seem to change as she is allowed access to the professors library. As she starts being tutored by the professor, the rumors begin to fly, and Espy leaves town in disgrace. Can a missionary family help her learn how to trust again?
I feel kind of torn about this book. There were elements that I liked, the fact that there was more going on then the synopsis leads you to believe, but then I didn't care for some of the characters. I did like the out come though, and how Espy draws closer to God.

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