Evelyn Wisely has a heart for the women and children of the Red Light district in Teaville. She longs to help build a shelter that they can call their own. Problem is, trying to get the local business owners to support her cause. Unless she can convince them to give financial support, her dream will never happen.
David Kingsman is intrigued with one Evelyn Wisely. No matter how hard he tries to gain her attention, she ignores him. He doesn't plan to be in Teaville for long, but he finds himself dropping by the orphanage where Evelyn works often so he has a chance to speak with her.
This is book two in the Teaville Moral Society series by Melissa Jagear. Some of the beloved characters in the first book are still prominent in this book. While I found A Love So True to have a slow start, it wasn't long before the story pulled me in.
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