The Governess of Highland Hall (Edwardian Brides Book 1)
Two worlds . . . one calling. Will Julia return to her missionary work in exotic India, or should she follow her heart and stay on as governess at the magnificent country estate of Sir William Ramsey?
I hope readers will feel as though they have been swept away to England in 1912, and they will enjoy the journey with my characters to a deeper faith, greater hope, and stronger love.
Why the author wrote this book:
After reading the biography of Amy Carmichael, I wondered what it would be like for a young missionary, who had been forced to return to England with her parents, to then be faced with a choice between returning to mission work or staying in England with the man she loved. I also have enjoyed the British TV series, Downton Abbey, and I wanted to write a story set in that time period that included both the upper class family who own a large country estate and the loyal staff who serve them.
"An amazing inspirational read with a Downton Abbey feel! I highly recommend this book!"
- Amanda on October 08, 2013
"An enjoyable romance set in early 20th Century England. Both main characters must decide God's leading in their lives and if it is possible that God intends for them to be together."
- Brittany on July 28, 2013
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