The Indigo Girl
by Natasha Boyd
PBR Review:
One of the things I like most about this book is that, although a fictionalized account of a true person, it feels real. Itís also inspiring to read about a young woman ahead of her time. Sixteen-year-old Eliza Lucas is incredibly mature for her age, proving many times over to be up to the task of overseeing three family plantations. I love that when faced with challenges, she defies custom and follows her kind heart. I also loved watching her grow from a teenager unsure of herself and her place in the world to a woman of substance who made a considerable contribution to the economy of the South. As I do with a lot of historical fiction, I wonder how I would fare in similar circumstances. Recommend.

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