~~Grand enough for Masterpiece Theatre
~~An intriguing story of undiscovered identity
~~Aristocratic Secrets unravel in a brilliant
plot of love and social power...
Roseanna M. White has taken a place on my favorite author list with her Love Inspired Love Finds You in Annapolis, and further built her popularity with her intelligent balance of plot and romance in the Culper Ring series. The Lost Heiress doesn't disappoint, as I knew it wouldn't.
Set in 1920, when British Colonial powers were still felt in India and Africa, Brook Eden leaves her Mediterranean home, the only home she's ever known, on a quest to Yorkshire, England, to discover what has always been missing--her true identity. When childhood friend and soon to be duke, Justin Wildon, uncovers proof she needs, he delivers her to the place of her beginnings.
Will the strengthened bonds with her father, rekindled after near two decades of searching, be enough to survive the unraveling mysteries of her mother's death?
Will the responsibilities of the dukedom that call Justin away, divide his attention and pull him further from the one endeavor worthy of his time? Will he return in time to save Brook from the same hidden threat that led to her mother's tragic loss?
The second in the series releases April 5th of this year, so you have time to read the first book before then! Aren't the book covers elegant?
Q: What inspired you to write this series most?
Q: Have you ever traveled to England?
Q: What have you enjoyed the most about writing a series set in 1910 after specializing in the colonial era for so long?
Q: Are you a Downton Abbey fan, and why?
Q: If you could have a service staff, which would you want most?
A gardener? A cook? or a lady's maid?
Q: If you've been to England, what are the best places to visit?
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Writer of Historical Romance inspired by her family roots.Nurse Practitioner by day.Wife, mother, writer by night.Coffee drinker--any time.
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