Apr 14, 2011
Here Burns My Candle by Liz Curtis Higgs
I really enjoyed Here Burns My Candle. Lady Elisabeth Kerr is highlander by birth and lowlander by marriage. She is faithful to her husband, but not to his God. She still chooses to worship the nameless one of her ancestors. Once Prince Charles comes into Edinburgh and her family swears their allegiance to the rightful heir to the throne, life drastically changes. Soon, Lady Kerr has to face facts... does the nameless one truly care for her? And what about the Holy One she pretends to worship at the kirk each Sunday?
As Lady Kerr travels along her spiritual journey, she is forced to make choices that could change her life forever. Will this highlander learn to rely on the Holy One, God? Will she learn to trust Him and His plan for her life?
I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys historical fiction.
I received this complimentary book from Waterbrook Press in exchange for my honest review.
Posted by Cynthia Dyer