Review: Forgetting Tabitha by Julia Dewey

Forgetting Tabitha the Story of an Orphan Train Rider - Julie Dewey

I received a copy of this book for an honest review.


I wanted to love this book  I enjoy the era the author attempted to set her tale in, but the books were riddled with anachronistic wording.  When writing a historical fiction an author must carefully research the era they are setting their piece in if they want their work to sound authentic.


I found the number of and quality of the sex scenes in this book very off-putting. It is understandable that there be some, do to the characters and situations in the novel, but I felt they over done and tasteless.


While this book doesn't have as many grammatical errors as some self-published works, it still had too many for my taste.


This author has promise, but needs to work more on her historical research research if she wants to produce quality historical fiction.