The Pattern Artist

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ISBN-13: 9781634097925 Shiloh Run Press

The Pattern Artist by Nancy Moser was a great historical story that included suspense and romance in the setting of early 1900s America.
I loved the main character, Annie Woods. She’s sassy, sweet, and not afraid to stand up for herself. She takes chances and is willing to be adventurous. I appreciated that she wasn’t the terrified meek character.
Ms. Moser brings to life the early 1900s and the changes of the classes. I thought it especially creative the way she included Titanic’s tragedy into the story.
The story was interesting and kept my interest. Ms. Moser’s characters are realistic and well-rounded. I enjoyed escaping into the fashion world with socialites and the working class.
Most of all, I appreciated that Annie was willing to do something to make her dreams come true and she wasn’t willing to let those with higher social status take advantage of her. I received this book from NetGalley and Barbour Publishing and have provided my honest opinion here. I would absolutely recommend The Pattern Artist.

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