The bonds of friendship extend beyond age, race, culture and events in this remarkable, beautiful, memorable story.
Mary Anna Curtiss Lee is a daughter and the wife of well-known family. Selina Norristown Gray is a d aughter born into slavery. They forge a friendship as Mary teaches Selina how to read and write. They stay close as they grow up and gain their own families. Selina even becomes Mary’s close confidante.
Words cannot completely express the feelings I have for this story. As it is quoted in this very book…. “There are times where feelings go deeper than words”. This story has proved this to be true. Mrs. Lee & Mrs. Gray has become favorite of mine.
*I received this book free from Fiction Guild and Thomas Nelson in exchange for my honest review. What I have expressed are entirely my own thoughts*