Letters to Kezia

Letters to Kezia Review

It is 1693 in Hereford, Connecticut, when Mary Case, the spinster daughter of a Puritan minister, finds herself hopelessly smitten by the roguish thief, Daniel Eames. Betrothed to a man she does not like or love, she is soon compelled to help Daniel escape from jail. Suddenly, she finds herself on the run, not only accused of being Daniel’s accomplice, but also of murder.

The fugitive pair soon finds solace-and a mutual attraction-among the escapee’s Algonquin friends until two men from Daniel’s dark past hunt them down. After Mary is captured and returned home to await trial, a tragedy takes the life of her younger sister, revealing a dark secret Mary’s father has kept for months. But just as Mary learns she is pregnant, she makes a horrifying discovery about Daniel that changes everything and prompts her to develop an unlikely bond with his mother, Rebecca, who soon saves Mary from a shocking fate. It is not until years later that her daughter, Kezia, finally learns the truth about her biological father and family.

Letters to Kezia shares a courageous woman’s journey through a Puritan life and beyond as she struggles with adversity and betrayal, and discovers that loyalty can sometimes mean the difference between life and death.

Title:Letters to Kezia
Edition Language:English

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  • Bill Ward

    This is a really interesting and original story set in the 1600s. We have Mary, the daughter of a Puritan Minister and Daniel, a complete rogue, who captures her heart. These and the other characters ...

  • Erin Al-Mehairi

    Peni recently released the sequel, Letters to Kezia, which picked up in the times following Puritan Witch and features Rebecca Eames son, Daniel, of whom eventually has a child named Kezia. Kezia is b...

  • Darlene

    Originally posted at Peeking Between the Pages: http://www.peekingbetweenthepages.com...Letters to Kezia by Peni Jo Renner is Book 2 of The Puritan Chronicles. I read the first book Puritan Witch: The...

  • Diana

    copy received from Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours for an honest reviewI was so excited to read "Letters to Kezia" by Peni Jo Renner, I was a little worried that the book would not meet my expec...

  • Kelly Clare

    Letters to Kezia by Peni Jo RennerI received a copy of this book to review.Within the first few pages of this historical romance novel, I was struck by the beautiful description. It created a strong v...

  • Must-have

    This is a Winner! Peni Jo Renner has certainly grabbed my attention with this intriguing story. It is so easy to feel her passion and connection to this time period when reading Letters to Kezia. Read...

  • Margaret

    This and other reviews can be found at justonemorechapter.comThe first book in this series, The Puritan Witch was one of my favorites of 2014, it centers on the time period when Rebecca Eames languish...

  • Loren Lockner

    A mesmerizing historical tale of courage and pluck. A young girl in Puritan times seeks to know her history and stumbles upon letters her mother has written regarding her origins. From the moment of t...

  • Lise Gagné

    A very good story and very well written. It is a trip back in the days of the colonial era in the 17th century. Loved the fact that Letters to Kezia follows Puritan witch in the sense that we follow D...

  • F.

    I received this free book from the goodreads-first reads giveaway. This was an interesting story on how Kezia was told about her past through a series of letters written by her mother. As the story pr...