The Girl in the Painting by Tea Cooper

Rating: 5 out of 5.
"Historical Fiction" genre card with glasses and book photo
"Mystery" Genre card with dark woods and light in the distance

Tea Cooper continues to create amazing historical fiction stories that are impossible to put down! This one is told through a dual timeline, providing a view of the 1860s as well as the early 1900s.

Strong female characters always make it easy for me to connect with a book, and these characters were definitely that! They are smart and headstrong. They are confident, and are impossible not to love!

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The Woman in the Green Dress by Tea Cooper

Rating: 4 out of 5.

What I Loved:

I loved the location of this story. Every time I come across a story set in Australia, I find myself just succumbing to the lovely descriptions of the land and people. Tea Cooper did a fabulous job of placing the reader in the setting. It was written beautifully.

How I Felt:

The Woman in the Green Dress is told through two timelines. One in 1853, and one in 1919. I really enjoyed the perspective of the story from these two different times. I felt like the author did a fabulous job of transitioning between the two periods.

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