Little Women in Blue by: Jeannine Atkins

Little Woman in BlueLittle Woman in Blue by Jeannine Atkins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I can only recognize love when it disappears….Artist and writers. We only see the meaning or shape of things when they’re over.

I came into this book without ever reading Little Women by Louisa Alcott and I was captured by the dreams of Louisa and her sister May. With one sisters burden with fame and the other seeking fame, tension is sure to abound. During the Alcott’s time in history, women were not captured by a dream of being a writer or an artist’s so it was a delight to see how a dream can bring hope and determination.

The relationship between the two sisters was a pendulum at times but one that remained faithful. I may have to see now what all the fuss is about Little Women for myself.

A Special Thank You to She Writes Press and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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