Although I do like to read historical Christian fiction, this particular book does not have the appeal for me that some do have. I was saddened to learn that it really doesn’t focus more on the spiritual. Unfortunately, one does observe that too often this is the case.
Title: Tiffany Girl
Author: Deeanne Gist
Publisher: Howard Books
“Being a New Woman isn’t exactly how I’d pictured it. Don’t misunderstand, I love the independence and I love working at Tiffany’s, absolutely love it, but things just aren’t what I expected,” Flossie explains in Deeanne Gist’s novel, Tiffany Girl.
At five hundred and forty-four pages, this thick hardbound targets those who enjoy Christian historical fiction during America’s late nineteenth century concerning women’s rights. With no profanity, sexual scenes, or extreme violence, topics of physical, mental, and verbal abuse of women may not be appropriate for immature readers. With acknowledgements, a note to the reader, and prologue at the beginning of the book, an author’s note regarding facts versus fiction, credits, a reading group guide with enhancements and a conversation with the writer complete the book.
Having received several writing awards, author Gist has sold three-quarters of a million…
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