By: Pansy (1841-1930)
Wanted by Pansy is a captivating novel that kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. The story follows the protagonist as she navigates a world of danger and deception in order to uncover the truth behind a mysterious disappearance. The writing is engaging and the plot twists are unexpected, making for a thrilling read. The characters are well-developed and the story is full of suspense, making it difficult to put down. Overall, Wanted by Pansy is a must-read for fans of mystery and suspense novels.
Twenty-seven year old Rebecca Meredith feels out of place and unwanted. She has lost her mother, brother, and idolized little sister to the grave. Her beau suddenly and without warning marries someone else. And her father has brought home a new wife. The new Mrs. Meredith tries to befriend Rebecca, but Rebecca feels pushed out. She moves to another city and tries to earn her own way, finding her way into the McKenzie house as the nurse-girl to the baby of the family, who reminds her so much of her own late sister. However, she hates how Mr. McKenzie is cold and unfeeling toward his invalid wife. But there is a secret family tragedy that, when revealed, shows Rebecca how wrong she has been about herself, her family, the McKenzies, and Jesus Christ ... and shows her just how much she is wanted, after all. - Summary by TriciaG