The Dilemma of Charlotte Farrow: A Review
I really miss vacation. Florida was glorious.
Slightly warm. Just the family. Lots of fun.
Because I miss it, I find myself wanting to watch a movie in the form of a book . . . to relax. Especially now that the Engineer is back in school.
A Tiny Summary
While Charlotte’s tale initially started out slow, I overcame the crowds (you have to read the book to know what I am talking about) and quickly became one of this servant’s biggest fans. Charlotte Farrow was married and had a legitimate husband, or so she thought. But that “husband” was not a kind man and his actions compelled Charlotte to flee for her safety and that of her newborn.
But finding work while taking care of a child, can be a difficult thing – especially considering the fact that per her employer she was not supposed to be married or have children.
However, Charlotte’s daycare up and leaves – bringing the child to Charlotte’s workplace before hopping on a train. Charlotte pretends to have found the baby – not claiming it as her own, but definitely acting as a guardian.
Find out how the story resolves itself and what happens when Charlotte spots her long lost husband at the 1893 Columbian Exposition.
Thank you Revell for this great book to read. I was provided this book free of charge and was not paid for this post. All opinions are mine.