Thursday, September 3, 2015

A reader's look at Not by Sight

Grace in Not By Sight by Kate Breslin, has decided to change the world with a feather. But not just any feather, a white one intended to symbolize those who are cowards. Grace is a young lady during War World 1 who wants to help the war cause but finds her choices limited because of her gender. So she sets out with feathers to shame those who conscientiously eject to the war.

Once arriving at a ball to hand out such feathers, Grace sets her sights on a London playboy who she feels is fully capable of fighting in the war. What she doesn't realize is that Jack Benningham is fighting. Just behind the scenes. See Jack is a spy for the British Intelligence. And it is this path that will lead Jack to great injury and pain and make Grace question her preconceived notions.

Not by Sight reminds us not to judge too quickly and, harshly the actions of others. Because what Grace sees as traitorous others would see as Godly.

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J.M. Downey is the christian fiction romance author of both historical and political suspense novels. Her novels cover topics such as the Civil War, Victorian England and Biblical stories retold in modern settings. She has master's degree in English From East Carolina University, and currently works for a premier test scoring company. She is the mother of a precocious six-year-old girl, who enjoys bugs, snakes and superman. She enjoys southern cooking, reading and exploring emerging technology, but is best defined by her devotion to her faith and the empowerment of women in the modern world.

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  1. I have that book. I haven't gotten around to read it yet, but it sounds really good. :)

  2. The white feather sent a powerful message.

  3. I pre-ordered this book and I'm looking forward to reading it. Thank you for the insight. I'm also excited to read your books. Thank you for the free e-book to get started.