Carolina Gold is an amazing book written from the life of a young woman in the 19th century. It’s an amazing adaption of what-could-have-been in the lives of people in times after the war.
Charlotte Fraser is on the journey of a whirlwind. She’s going back to a familiar place that was once beauty, but now in shambles. Charlotte’s determined to do what she can to fix things and get them back on track but she can’t exactly get there just yet. Nicholas Betancourt is a widowed neighbor of hers and lends a helping hand to the riveting Charlotte who at first has only one thing in mind. Their lives will entangle as it was meant to be and there in the heart of South Carolina, Charlotte’s journey will take turn for the unimaginable.
I highly recommend this book, it was an amazing read with great cursive written notes and letters. Inspiring characters and the leaps of faith I wish I could take.
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