But as Deborah fights for her country’s freedom, she must contend with the secret of who she is—and, ultimately, a surprising love she can’t deny.
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A Girl Called Samson is the first of Amy Harmon’s books that I’ve read and I am so glad I finally took a chance. This once is excellent! It’s rich in history, well researched, and depicts a moment in the past that I’ve never read about in a fictional sense. I’ve learned about the Revolutionary War in school but felt like I was a part of the experience when reading this book. And the forbidden love story was a bonus.
Being over 400 pages I thought this book would take me a few days to finish but because I was so entranced in the story I read it in less than 2 days. Amy’s words flow so beautifully that getting lost in the pages isn’t difficult. If you’re looking for a different kind of historical fiction that effortlessly blends fact and fiction then make sure to pick this one up. This is the best book I’ve read from the amazon first reads program.
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