Julia Foster's missionary days in
India are interrupted by an illness
in her family. She believes with all her heart that she'll return at some
point, but takes on the daunting task of caring for Sir William Ramsey's two
children, as well as his nieces.
Sir William Ramsey focuses on keeping the family estate amid financial difficulties. As a handsome man with a stellar pedigree, he hopes to make a marriage that will ease his burdens. He never thought he'd be attracted to a former missionary.
This book is the first in the Edwardian Brides series. This book has all the elements I enjoy: a clean romance, characters that undergo a change of heart, mystery, and an element of danger.
The author did a fine job with this book. 5 Stars!
Disclaimer: Neither the author nor the publisher requested a favorable review, and I did not receive any payment for it. All opinions, as usual, are mine and mine alone.
Writers: What kind of elements do you include in your writing to keep the reader's interest?
Readers: Do you enjoy books set in other countries and in different time periods? If so, what are your favorite settings/historical times?
Hi Susan - sounds like an interesting read - romance between the 'rich' and the wonderful work of a missionary lady ... and I expect some lovely scenes of a country life ... cheers Hilary
Hi Susan, what a treat to see you've read and enjoy The Governess of Highland Hall! And it means even more coming from another author. I loved traveling to England to research the series. Book 2 is The Daughter of Highland Hall, and Book 3 is A Refuge at Highland Hall. Happy Reading to you!
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