The Captain's Daughter

The Captain's Daughter

by Victoria Cornwall
The Captain's Daughter

The Captain's Daughter

by Victoria Cornwall



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Nineteenth-century Cornwall comes to vivid life in this stunning upstairs/downstairs romance from the author of The Thief’s Daughter.
After a family tragedy, Janey Carhart was forced from her comfortable life as a captain’s daughter into domestic service. Determined to make something of herself, Janey eventually finds work as a lady’s maid at the imposing Bosvenna Manor on the edge of Bodmin Moor, but is soon caught between the two worlds of upstairs and downstairs, and accepted by neither, as she cares for her mistress.
Desperately lonely, Janey catches the attention of two men—James Brockenshaw and Daniel Kellow. James is heir to the Bosvenna estate, a man whose eloquent letters to his mother warm Janey’s heart. Daniel is a neighboring farmer with a dark past and a brooding nature, yet with a magnetism that disturbs Janey. Two men. Who should she choose? Or will fate decide?
Praise for The Thief’s Daughter
“A story full of twists and turns, betrayal, near betrayal, life and death situations, and a wonderful blossoming romance that by rights could end in tears.” —Buried Under Romance
“Striking . . . Tense, plot-driven pages.” —Historical Novel Society

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ISBN-13: 9781781893814
Publisher: Choc Lit
Publication date: 10/03/2017
Series: Cornish Tales , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 347
Sales rank: 975,274
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Victoria Cornwall grew up on a dairy farm in Cornwall. She can trace her Cornish roots as far back as the 18th century and it is this background and heritage which is the inspiration for her Cornish based novels.

Victoria is married, has two grown up children and a black Labrador, called Alfie. She likes to read and write historical fiction with a strong background story, but at its heart is the unmistakable emotion, even pain, of loving someone.

Following a fulfilling twenty-five year career as a nurse, a change in profession finally allowed her the time to write. She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and the Historical Novel Society.

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