She is a servant girl...
When her father becomes ill, Emily Carter finds herself sent into service at Priorsfield Manor in order to provide the family with an income.
He will be the Lord of the Manor...
Emily strikes up an unlikely friendship with the daughters of the house, as well as Nicolas, son of the Earl. But as the threat of war comes ever closer, she becomes even more aware of the vast differences between upstairs and downstairs, servant and master...
If you like Downton Abbey you’ll love this!
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About the Author
Rosie Clarke was born in Swindon. Her family moved to Cambridgeshire when she was nine, but she left at the age of fifteen to work as a hairdresser in her father's business. She was married at eighteen and ran her own hairdressing business for some years.
Rosie loves to write and has penned over one hundred novels under different pseudonyms. She writes about the beauty of nature and sometimes puts a little into her books, though they are mostly about love and romance.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This has been a good read so far....not finished yet. However, the characters make their feelings and desires known repeatedly, nearly every page. Needs more action and less repetitiveness.
I very much enjoyed this book. The writer developed the characters very well. I would rrccomend this read
Interesting story about the roles of different classes of English society and the way war breaks them down
Poor farm girl goes as cook aid and then part time maid engaged and he is badly wounded but marries him anyway but that is just first 1/3 of book and there is a lot happening at manor too there are deaths and marriages and a dreadful mother and a terrible autocratic trio that rather see them dead then married money without a peerage though havent a cent themselves nice length too
What a poverty of information we are being asked to spend three dollars on! Come on Barnes and Noble, this might be a good book but from what you've provided how in the world can we, the readers, tell?