Book Review: The Governess Of Penwythe Hall

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The Governess of Penwythe Hall
by Sarah E. Ladd

Thomas Nelson–FICTION

Thomas Nelson

Christian , Historical Fiction

Pub Date 16 Apr 2019

I am reviewing a copy of The Governess Of Penwythe Hall through Thomas Nelson Fiction and Netgalley:

Cordelia Graythorne fled Cornwall and accepted a Governess position after being blamed for her husbands death. Years later the unexpected death and his last request asking her to watch over his five children has her second guessing her choices. She can’t abandon the children now that they have lost both parents, but their guardian lives in Penwythe Hall, back on the Cornish Coast she tried so hard to forget.

Jac Twetheway is determined to get Penwythe’s Halls apple orchards and he’ll stop at nothing to see his struggling estate profitable once more. He has not heard from his brother in years so he battles grief and bewilderment when his brothers children and Governess arrive. The mystery shrouding the Governess past proves to be a disruption of his carefully laid plans!

If you want a good book, that’ll allow you to go back to nineteenth century England I recommend The Governess Of Penwythe Hall!

Five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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