The Tea Planter’s Wife delivers a slow-paced, dramatic story. I love the overcoming past secrets trope with a slice of mystery, but this one feels a bit predictable. At times, the pace lagged with repetition that made it easy for me to put down.
I must say, the author did a wonderful job of description that took me to picturesque Ceylon. The ambiance was easy to sink into, and perhaps the highlight. For me, anyway.
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.