I liked the main character, Thea. She has had an unusual childhood, especially for the time the story is set in. It is hard to say how her mother’s lifestyle would have impacted a young girl in the 18th century, but I can only imagine it would be profound. Yet, despite it all, she has a respectable amount of self-confidence for someone on the cusp of adulthood. I questioned her motives at times, but I believe that she believed she did things for others in need. Thea is intriguingly complex with layer upon layer of dimensions that make this story read so beautifully…

Source: Book Review | A Golden Fury by Samantha Cohoe – Tessa Talks Books