Kim Vogel Sawyer is one of my favorite authors, and every time I see a new book of her, I try to read it as soon as possible. I recently read Through the Deep Waters, and I’m glad I got the chance to read this book. Dinah Hubley was raised in a Chicago brothel, and her mother was a prostitute who did not take care of Dinah. Dinah decided to leave the city and become a Harvey Girl in Kansas. Although she was too young to get the job of a server, she was able to begin work as a chambermaid at the Clifton Hotel. Dinah made new friendships with her new job, and also was faced with making a decision of entering into a new relationship or following her dreams of becoming a server.
I really enjoyed this book, and the character of Dinah, and her friend Ruthie, were both very likable characters. Theirs was a great friendship, and it was great to read about Ruthie sharing her faith with Dinah.
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