"If readers are expecting a simple love triangle here, they'll quickly find that Fink's story has much more to offer. Fancy cars, espionage, and even morphine addiction wind up playing roles in a narrative that, much like Kate, keeps rushing forward, no matter what obstacles are in the way." ~ Kirkus Reviews
Born into the Scottish working class, Kate McLaren is a servant in a wealthy household. Young and ambitious, determined to rise above her station in life, she moves to London, marries, and seeks her place in society.
When her life becomes entangled with the wealthy co-owners of the shipping company where her husband works, Kate suffers from jumbled emotions and crushing guilt. Then World War I comes along and changes everything.
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS a glance into Great Britain of the early 1900s, where the lives of the working class and the wealthy elite intertwine. Vanish into this historical novel, and share the love, pain, agony, and delight of those trying to make their lives against the backdrop of the Great War.
"If you loved Downton Abbey, you'll devour Invisible by Day. Teri Fink recreates World War I era England with vivid details, but while she paints the era with love, she doesn't sentimentalize it. Instead, she captures much of the brutality, sexism and class warfare that defined the times. A detailed, sweeping novel that explores three of the most compelling facets of human life: love, war, and redemption. Readers will be marking their calendars for Teri Fink's next release." ~ A.C. Fuller, Author of the "Alex Vane Media Thriller" SeriesBOOKS BY TERI FINK:
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About the Author
SENIOR EDITOR: Lane Diamond has over 140 published books to his editing credit, including many multiple award-winners, across many genres and styles.
EDITOR: I love reading. Books have always been a part of my environment and my life. I taught English Literature for many years and my favorite part was watching students find their voice in writing. I edited at Weekly Reader for about a year prior to taking time off to have children. They are now writing their own stories, and reading as many books as their mama! I manage an independent bookstore in Chappaqua, New York called Scattered Books, which is my second home. I travel often with my family, and friends, and always make sure I find the bookstores wherever we go.