The Trouble with Tea – Jeanette Alsheimer

It is the summer of 1773 and political tensions in Boston run high. While visiting her best friend, Anne, Patience Burgess, a minister’s daughter from the provincial town of Plymouth, Massachusetts, is swept up into the whirlwind of the impending revolution.

Patience, however, must keep her role in the escalating rebellion a secret. Anne, against the will of her parents, has fallen in love with a young English nobleman who is devoted to the Loyalist cause. Patience, awakened to the ideals of colonial independence, is forced to come to terms with the confusion of divided loyalties. In the midst of it all, she too discovers that she is not immune to the thrill of young romance. But for her, a choice must be made between a familiar law student and a mysterious school teacher.

 

An exciting, romantic foray into the American Revolution.  Try this if you enjoy historical fiction or romances.    – Jessica, Teen Librarian

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