In the grand finale of The Secrets of the Isles trilogy, Roseanna M. White takes readers on one final quest of legend, worth, love, and faith!
It’s been a summer of treasure hunts, danger, and courtship, but it’s not over yet! After a two-hundred-and-fifty-year-old diary claims that an artifact from the legendary King Arthur has been buried somewhere on the Isles of Scilly, Lady Emily Scofield, Lord Telford, and their friends must work against the clock, keeping their mission a secret, to find the item before it gets into the wrong hands.
For her entire life, Lady Emily’s greatest desire has been for her family to accept the love she has to offer; however, every attempt is abused and used to feed their greed. As her brother, Nigel, thunders through the Isles in search of the treasure, Lady Emily will stop at nothing to protect her father and brother from themselves, even if that means being cut off. Can she be a light to her family, or are their hearts too black to be saved?
“It gave her hope. Hope that she, who had been told all her life that her only role was to be what they told her to be, could live too.” ~ Roseanna M. White
Bram Sinclair, the Earl of Telford, began the summer on a quest to bring his sister home, but, like the rest of his friends, the Isles have captured his heart. Fascinated by tales of knights and rescuing damsels in distress since he was a boy, Bram’s expertise on King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table will prove crucial in deciphering the clues that will uncover the artifact and protect Lady Emily when she’s caught in the crossfire. Through perilous tasks, a budding romance, and a test of faith, Bram will learn what it takes to be like the noble knights he’s read about in books, but can he become worthy of the title?
Worthy of Legend is an exciting conclusion to an epic series! Written from multiple points of view, Roseanna M. White seamlessly weaves the legend of King Arthur and powerful lessons of worth and God’s mercy into the storyline, creating a novel that readers will undoubtedly relate to.
I love when books align with what’s going on in your life! As I read Worthy of Legend, the Lord used each word to teach me that I need to stop allowing others to reduce my worth for their gain. Though we often think we’re unworthy, Jesus extended His love and mercy to us when He died on the cross. The characters in this series are a testament to this gift, as they accept freedom and forgiveness through salvation!
“We need only to be who God made us to be. If we do that, we’ll change everything for someone. And that someone will do the same for someone else.” ~ Roseanna M. White
While I’m sad to say goodbye to this series, I’m pleased with how it ended. I loved each character and the mystery behind each treasure hunt. May we all know or become people as selfless as Lady Emily, brave as Lord Telford, strong as Thomasina, and noble as Enyon!
I don’t mean to copy the author, but I can’t think of a more perfect way to end this review than with this quote from the novel: “Love the legacy, my friend. Walk worthy of His calling. Go forth boldly — and live.”
*Thank you, NetGalley and the publisher, for providing me with a pre-release copy of this novel. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own!*
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