Evening Star

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Evening Star
Carolyn Brown

Addison Carter is ahead of her time. A female doctor in 1918, she is dismissed from her job with Magnolia Oil simply for being a woman. She is determined to continue in her profession, whether or not people will accept her. Then she is hired to take care of Tucker Anderson, a man who believes that women should not work outside the home, let alone work as a physician…

Evening Star was the first book I completed during the Read-a-Thon. Brown managed to hold my attention when I really needed her to. The plot may be a little predictable, if you read a lot of romance novels, but there is an interesting twist.

I would recommend Evening Star if you are looking for a light and entertaining read.