The Lady of Bolton Hill – Elizabeth Camden

Title: The Lady of Bolton Hill

Author: Elizabeth Camden

Genre: Historical Fiction

Plot: Clara and Daniel are the best of friends, despite their drastic differences in social classes in the late 1800’s. Clara’s father sends her to England where she becomes an investigative journalist. She gets in trouble for reporting about children in the coal mines. She’s forced to return to the United States where she’s reunited with Daniel. He’s become a railroad tycoon and rich. But he’s holding a bitter grudge against his former employer. It’s now causing a rift between him and his employees after Clara writes an article about his business practices. Now it’s getting Daniel and Clara in trouble. But who’s causing the trouble? Can they put an end to it? Or will it all end in trouble?

Rating: 4.0 – a sweet historical fiction

Opinion: This was a sweet, sappy historical fiction. This does a good job with giving some details about the differences between classes and lifestyles. I was surprised with the return of a character. He’s been in a couple other of Elizabeth Camden’s books and I was glad to get to know the character more. I enjoyed reading the sappy romance. I loved one of the themes was holding onto grudges and how it can affect your life. It can be easy to hold a grudge and this book talks about how it can effect others when you have a long lasting grudge. This is a good sappy romance and historical fiction book. I recommend this book for anyone who loves historical fiction.

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