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A Changed Agent–a good historical romance

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A Changed Agent

by Tracey Lyonsa changed agent

Waterfall Press, a Christian publishing branch of Amazon, released a new historical romance on July 19, 2016. A Changed Agent by Tracey Lyons, who has written a number of historical novels, is well-written and has an engaging storyline and characters.  Set in the 1890’s in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, this tale draws together a beautiful and kind schoolteacher, a Pinkerton detective, and his recently orphaned niece and nephew.

The “spinster,” Miss Elsie Mitchell, has strong Christian values and faith and feels led by the Lord to help Will Benton with his new charges as he settles into what she believes is his new job as a lumber foreman in her hometown.  There are, of course, relationship issues as these characters come together, and danger bubbles beneath the surface as Will hunts for an unknown railroad bond thief.

Grab a copy of this book if you are looking for a fast-paced read that you won’t want to put down.  It has characters you will like, set in a time removed from our age of technology, with enough adventure to transport you out of the confines of your world and back in time to a small town with muddy streets, a saloon with ladies of questionable repute, and an annual church picnic.

I would like to extend my thanks to and to Waterfall Press for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.


Admission: Yes, I left the book cover picture REALLY big because I am a PURPLE freak.

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