The Captive Imposter is the third book in the Everstone series. The book was just as fantastic as the first two. Ian so glad to have had the opportunity to read and review for Dawn Crandall.
In The Captive Imposter, Estella Everstone has basically gone into “hiding” because of something that happened in her family. The Everstone family is extremely wealthy and well known in society. Estella has to put all of the riches and fancy materialistic things behind her, for now. She takes on the alias Elle Stoneburner and begins a new job of taking care of an older woman. No one truly knows that Elle is Estella. As the story continues, Elle falls in love with a man named Mr. Blakeley this is a very risky task, because Mr. Blakeley believes that Elle has no family, wealth, an no inheritance, when truly she is Estella Everstone and has all of those things. Will the love between these two last? Or be torn apart because of bitter incidents from the past?
Crandall knows how to write in the moment and that is just what her stories consist of. She has a keen eye for detail and that is one main reason I enjoy reading her books so much. She incorporates her love of God into every one of her stories and it makes them even more beautiful.
This story had twists and turns you would never expect. The wording and storyline in all of Dawn Crandall’s books is always put together wonderfully. I would recommend this book to girls in their teens and above.
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