So True a Love

So True a Love

Kitty Campbell knows that leaving the dangers of Boston behind for a more tranquil life in Sandwich is God's will for her. But not even twenty-four hours after arriving in the small sea-side town, she witnesses a terrible crime and is forced to stay silent or her family will be made to suffer. And yet, as the consequences for remaining quiet threaten more than just her fam...

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Title:So True a Love
Author:Amber Lynn Perry
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So True a Love Reviews

  • Rebecca

    Absolutely mesmerizing from beginning to end! Lovers of unabashed romance, merged with strong historical and inspirational themes will keep "So True a Love" on their bookshelves for many years to come!

    Kitty Campbell has returned to Sandwich, Massachusetts in the spring of 1775 in order to ensure her personal safety and to distance herself from an unresolved proposal. Boston has become more and more dangerous as the alignments between Tories and patriots are continually strengthening and Kitty r

    Absolutely mesmerizing from beginning to end! Lovers of unabashed romance, merged with strong historical and inspirational themes will keep "So True a Love" on their bookshelves for many years to come!

    Kitty Campbell has returned to Sandwich, Massachusetts in the spring of 1775 in order to ensure her personal safety and to distance herself from an unresolved proposal. Boston has become more and more dangerous as the alignments between Tories and patriots are continually strengthening and Kitty remains loyal to the British crown. Ironically, she must seek refuge in Sandwich with her sister and brother-in-law; both champions of the patriot cause. Upon her arrival, she is almost immediately thrust into re-contact with the handsome Dr. Nathaniel Smith, a beloved friend, but an outspoken mouthpiece for liberty. When Kitty is an unfortunate eyewitness to an undercover crime within the town, she finds herself violently blackmailed into a treacherous conspiracy at the risk of mortal danger to her family. Her secrets nearly cost her everything that she holds so dear.

    Nathaniel Smith would move heaven and earth to take away the fear and anguish that Kitty carries so close to her heart. He desperately longs for Kitty to change her mind about the colonists' desire for freedom, but she politely and stubbornly refuses. Nathaniel becomes convinced that something more heinous is going on, and by the time the mystery is solved, he fears it will be too late; for life, liberty and the pursuit of their own happiness.

    I loved everything about this story. Nathaniel and Kitty's conversations are beautifully written and even their unspoken words carry great weight. Their struggle to live and to love during this tumultuous time in our nation's history is awe-inspiring. Kitty's mantra,"For where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty"; I wholeheartedly agree!

  • Amy

    Ah! That's the feeling I get when I have a book by Amber Lynn Perry. She's just a talented author! I loved the first book of the series, So Fair A Lady. I could not wait to get my hands on this one. And, boy, was I not disappointed. Nathaniel and Kitty's story is not one to miss!

    If you love stories set in the Revolutionary War era, then this book is for you. I, also, recommend this book for fans of Jody Hedlund and Laura Frantz.

    Fantastic book! I can't wait to read the next book by this author. S

    Ah! That's the feeling I get when I have a book by Amber Lynn Perry. She's just a talented author! I loved the first book of the series, So Fair A Lady. I could not wait to get my hands on this one. And, boy, was I not disappointed. Nathaniel and Kitty's story is not one to miss!

    If you love stories set in the Revolutionary War era, then this book is for you. I, also, recommend this book for fans of Jody Hedlund and Laura Frantz.

    Fantastic book! I can't wait to read the next book by this author. She's awesome!!

    5 plus plus stars.

  • NaDell

    I'd give this book even more stars if I could! LOVED this second book in the series (and it would be easy to read even without reading the first). I really enjoy books that are set in the Revolutionary War time period and relate well to them and their struggles.

    I can hardly pass up a well-written, good, clean romance set in one of my favorite time periods.

    I LOVE the characters and am excited to see what happens in the third book in the series.

    BOTH first and second books are FREE on Kindle Unli

    I'd give this book even more stars if I could! LOVED this second book in the series (and it would be easy to read even without reading the first). I really enjoy books that are set in the Revolutionary War time period and relate well to them and their struggles.

    I can hardly pass up a well-written, good, clean romance set in one of my favorite time periods.

    I LOVE the characters and am excited to see what happens in the third book in the series.

    BOTH first and second books are FREE on Kindle Unlimited right now!

  • Cynthia Marcano

    A handsome flirty doctor? Yep...I liked really this book! Looking forward to the next one in the series.

  • Brianne

    The second book in the Daughters of His Kingdom series was a from the perspective of Eliza's sister, Kitty. This book focuses on Kitty's experiences from her return to Boston and eventually her move to Sandwich. Excitement and action ensue when the reader is able to see the actions between the Patriots and Loyalists. I really enjoyed learning more about Kitty's perspective because in the first book I didn't understand why she thought the way she did. So True a Love was just as great as the first

    The second book in the Daughters of His Kingdom series was a from the perspective of Eliza's sister, Kitty. This book focuses on Kitty's experiences from her return to Boston and eventually her move to Sandwich. Excitement and action ensue when the reader is able to see the actions between the Patriots and Loyalists. I really enjoyed learning more about Kitty's perspective because in the first book I didn't understand why she thought the way she did. So True a Love was just as great as the first book. and I am anxiously awaiting to read the next book in the series.

  • Amber Stokes

    As an inspirational historical romance fan, I was hard-pressed to pass up this lovely cover and the story's promising premise! And the book delivered on an intriguing, suspenseful read set during the Revolutionary era. I do confess that the plot is rather frustrating in terms of secrets kept and the obvious overlooked time and again, but it wasn't so bothersome that I couldn't appreciate the romantic tension and the hope that all would be revealed and worked out in time. An engaging excursion in

    As an inspirational historical romance fan, I was hard-pressed to pass up this lovely cover and the story's promising premise! And the book delivered on an intriguing, suspenseful read set during the Revolutionary era. I do confess that the plot is rather frustrating in terms of secrets kept and the obvious overlooked time and again, but it wasn't so bothersome that I couldn't appreciate the romantic tension and the hope that all would be revealed and worked out in time. An engaging excursion into another era!

  • Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...)

    I absolutely loved the first book in this series (So Fair a Lady) and have been anxious to read Kitty and Nathaniel's story! She remained as stubborn as ever in her loyalties to the king, but it was enlightening to see things from her perspective. She finds herself caught in some dangerous predicaments as well as experiencing turmoil over her romantic feelings for Nathaniel, a staunch and very vocal patriot. He is such a charming and likeable character, and he has his own inner conflict over fal

    I absolutely loved the first book in this series (So Fair a Lady) and have been anxious to read Kitty and Nathaniel's story! She remained as stubborn as ever in her loyalties to the king, but it was enlightening to see things from her perspective. She finds herself caught in some dangerous predicaments as well as experiencing turmoil over her romantic feelings for Nathaniel, a staunch and very vocal patriot. He is such a charming and likeable character, and he has his own inner conflict over falling for Kitty. My favorite parts are when Nathaniel and Kitty were able to put aside their differences and just enjoy each other. Something I noticed is that in the first book, the patriots were a definite minority and quite unpopular, but in the second book things have reversed. It really shows how turbulent the times were approaching the Revolution. I'm looking forward to seeing how the political climate has progressed in the next book, which will feature Henry Donaldson, a British soldier and friend to Kitty and her sister, as the main character.

    (Thank you to the author for providing a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review)

  • Lynda Edwards

    So True a Love, the second book in the Daughters of His Kingdom series, follows Eliza's younger sister Kitty. One of the reasons I enjoyed this novel is because it’s the continuation of the first book and we get to revisit many familiar characters, but the focus has changed.

    This book begins as Kitty journeys from Boston to Sandwich, moving to live with Eliza and Thomas as things have become dangerous in Boston. But although the family reunion is joyful, it is also uncomfortable as Kitty is a Tor

    So True a Love, the second book in the Daughters of His Kingdom series, follows Eliza's younger sister Kitty. One of the reasons I enjoyed this novel is because it’s the continuation of the first book and we get to revisit many familiar characters, but the focus has changed.

    This book begins as Kitty journeys from Boston to Sandwich, moving to live with Eliza and Thomas as things have become dangerous in Boston. But although the family reunion is joyful, it is also uncomfortable as Kitty is a Tory surrounded by firebrand Patriots, a difficult situation for anyone, especially when it is family, and family you’re depending on for a place to live!

    Even though she’s in that rough spot, I still felt mightily frustrated with Kitty at times, alternating between wanting to slap her and then wanting to hug her. She’s trying to do what she believes is the right thing, remaining loyal to the King as her father taught her, and I really felt sorry for her as everyone tried to convince her (actually they tended to gang up on her!) that she was in the wrong. But she often went about things the wrong way and I found myself thinking, “Well, what did you expect their response to be?” To me, wanting to shake a character is a sign of good writing: they have crossed from a fictional character to a three-dimensonal person who needs a good talking to!

    But Kitty has other problems, too. She’s hiding a terrible secret, both from her family and from the man she has come to love. The romantic tension is excellent in this novel, Perry even going so far as to let the reader wonder if the hero really is the right man for Kitty. Just when I started thinking she should find another to love, that our hero is just a red herring in her love life, the author jolted me back to the right path with a swoon-worthy encounter between the two characters. From that point on, we watch them move apart, only to be snapped back like a rubber band, each time closer than they were before. It is a lovely interplay between the characters that I enjoyed reading, even when I got frustrated with them at times.

    I would recommend this book for those who love historical romance. The time period leading up to the Revolutionary War is an interesting backdrop and provides some unique challenges to the characters. It is obvious that Perry knows this period well and it added to my enjoyment of the novel.

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for this honest review.

  • Brooke -Brooke's Books

    I'm enjoying this series. I'm learning about history and enjoying a romance in the process.

  • Joleen

    I'm on the third book in this series, but I need to review this second book (So True a Love) before I forget it all...

    Gotta say, I really liked this one better than the first. I may be getting used to the author's writing, though. Also, in fairness, the first book I

    to since I bought all the Audibles in the series. However, the narrator reads in such a melodramatic way that it just may have given me a bad impression. So I finished the second book by reading it rather than listening, and

    I'm on the third book in this series, but I need to review this second book (So True a Love) before I forget it all...

    Gotta say, I really liked this one better than the first. I may be getting used to the author's writing, though. Also, in fairness, the first book I

    to since I bought all the Audibles in the series. However, the narrator reads in such a melodramatic way that it just may have given me a bad impression. So I finished the second book by reading it rather than listening, and it helped a lot. Not going back to the audio versions.

    So, book:

    The year is 1774. Eliza's younger sister has chosen not to believe what Eliza does, that their father was not a loyalist/Tory, but a patriot who believed their new land needed to be free of the King's rule. So Kitty Campbell had decided not to stay in Sandwich, but to go back to Boston. A year later, however, because of the danger there and her loneliness for her sister, she went back to live with Eliza and husband, Thomas.

    Reacquainting herself with Thomas's best friend, Nathaniel, you'll see sparks, lots of them! But Nathaniel cannot get around the fact that she's a staunch Tory. His greatest dream is for freedom and a spouse who believes as he does.

    Kitty gets herself into some trouble with a villain on the loyalist side, and all the way through Nathaniel suspects something fishy about what happened to her, and what she may be hiding.

    The precious ammunition magazine is raided, and again, and again. Who is aiding? What's up with the guards?

    - The players. They're well described not only in appearance, but in personality and character.

    - The considerable attraction between Kitty and Nathaniel, plus a past love interest thrown in for jealousy and conflict.

    - The conflicts surrounding the antagonist, the magazine, threats, beatings and Kitty's confusion about her own political stance, all are well done.

    - Love the fact that each book in the series stands alone, with recurring characters from all three books, but new ones to add depth.

    - Good stuff at the end I won't give away.

    - Nathaniel is a bit thick at times. Please! He can't figure out what's really going on with Kitty, even when it gets really good? And each and every dang time she's attempting to tell him about it, they're interrupted. Every. Time.

    - The over use of "Was it not?" "Am I not?" "Are you not?", "Had she not?", etc, ad nauseam at the end of sentences. I will go into this more in the review of the next book as I'm running into them yet again.

    But over all it was a pretty good. I liked the book once I stopped listening to it.

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