Brief synopsis from CBD.com:
"Female journalists are rare in 1879, but American-born Clara Endicott has finally made a name for herself with her provocative articles championing London's poor. When the backlash from her work forces a return home to Baltimore, Clara finds herself face-to-face with a childhood sweetheart who is no longer the impoverished factory worker she once knew. In her absence, Daniel Tremain has become a powerful industry giant and Clara finds him as enigmatic as ever. However, Daniel's success is fueled by resentment from past wounds and Clara's deeply-held beliefs about God's grace force Daniel to confront his own motives. When Clara's very life is endangered by one of Daniel's adversaries, they must face a reckoning neither of them ever could have foreseen."
This book shows a women who knows her purpose in life and wants to follow God to get there. It was nice to read a book about a women "back in the day" going after what she wanted, no matter the cost (even getting thrown in jail). She also shows unmarried girls that you don't have to settle for a guy if he isn't what God wants you to have. Clara knew she couldn't marry Daniel if he didn't share her beliefs, and she told him as much. I really enjoyed reading this book. It isn't an extremely exciting thriller or anything, but it was definitely a good read complete with fights, theives, and plots to kill!