Lilac Spring

Lilac Spring Daughter of a prominent th century Maine shipbuilder Cherish Winslow loves ships the ocean and her father s apprentice Silas van der Zee Once his childhood companion Cherish wishes Silas would

  • Title: Lilac Spring
  • Author: Ruth Axtell Morren
  • ISBN: 9780373785506
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Paperback
  • Daughter of a prominent 19th century Maine shipbuilder, Cherish Winslow loves ships, the ocean, and her father s apprentice, Silas van der Zee Once his childhood companion, Cherish wishes Silas would see she is no longer a girl, but a woman in love.

    One thought on “Lilac Spring”

    1. In the beginning I wasn't very thrilled with the characters or the story, though as the book progressed they started to grow on me. It turned out to be a decent story, however there were still a few things that totally didn't enchant me especially about the characters. I didn't like the way Cherish tried to make Silas notice her. She initiated the whole relationship, which kinda works with the story, but it could have been done better. Mr. Winslow; I totally didn't get his attitude changes. Thou [...]

    2. I should really read more comprehensive reviews before embarking on the stash in my Kindle library. The summary of the story was decent enough, but I thought that the story did not live up to it. The character development was lacking and there were too many plot holes. Mr. Winslow's change at the end was too sudden, for instance. Silas and Cherish's back and forth, push and pull mood swings were aggravating at times.The main thing I could really like to see in the summary was the reference to Go [...]

    3. 2.5 stars--ok historical about ship builder's daughter falling in love with his apprentice. Good spiritual teachings.

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