To Honor and Trust, I was worried that being the third installment of the series I would have trouble following the story line but I’m quite pleased that the characters mentioned all seem to be making a new appearance.
Although the title says a lot about what this book might be discussing and the fact that although I’m 19% through the book I already know who the characters on the cover are portraying.
But I’m curious about how this story will be played out.
Up until now we have the introduction of Maude, the new nanny for the Bridgeport family. A lively spirit who tries to encourage the Bridgeport childrens’ tutor, Callie, to seek a partner. Although Callie doesn’t want her heart to be exposed and broken again she fights an internal battle of whether or not she should move to Africa and join her parents for a mission.
We also have another family, the Townsend’s, a family of textile manufacturing owners and a son, Wesley, who wants nothing to with the family business. Although their one son has done everything in his power to try to prevent going into the business his father is a relenting individual who can make you feel guilty for breathing.
What we know so far:
Callie was taking the children, Thomas, Daisy and Lottie, on a bicycle ride as a part of the curriculum where Daisy nearly runs over Wes coming down the road. Wes, having an extensive knowledge in botany mesmerized the children with his tutelage. Both young people blush over the thought of each other.
Welcome to Bridal Veil Island, where people meet the last person you’d ever think was possible.