I've enjoyed all of Siri Mitchell's historical fiction, but none quite as much as her latest. Love Comes Calling has the most carefree, fun, and darling character than any book I've read in years.
Ellis Eton is a hoot. She's as scatterbrained as they come but has a heart of gold. The situations she finds herself in are hysterical but are always under the guise of helping someone else with a problem.
She winds up working as an operator at a local switchboard for her lookalike friend. She overhears a conversation about someone she's close to and takes it on herself to set things right and protect those she loves. Along the way she mutters, "Oysters and clambakes!" a few too many times (really, that was the only thing that bothered me about this book--it got annoying) and learns a lot about herself and her family that she never knew.
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I loved this so much that I started it this morning and finished just after dinner.
Highly recommend this one!
This book was provided for review by Bethany House