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    The painters daughter

    Miss Sophie DuPont is a good painter like her father when Wesley Overtree comes and studies with her father seduces her and she become with child he don't know but leaves her then his brother Stephen shows up offer her a marriage proposal she takes it ,Wesley comes back as Stephen is missing and tries it interfering their marriage only to find out also that neighbour also has a past that caught me off guard miss Angela Blake's confession ,how many others .is there any books to follow Wesley would like keep reading
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    The Painter's Daughter

    A refreshing read with a different story line. I couldn't put this book down until I finished it the next day. I have become a fan of Julie Klassen.
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    The Painter's Daughter!

    The Painter’s Daughter by Julie Klassen is set in England in 1815. Sophie Dupont is the daughter of painter, Claude Dupont. Sophie works in her father’s shop, assists him with his paintings, and looks after cottages that they rent out. They have been renting a cottage to Wesley Overtree, an artist. Wesley is also the oldest son and heir to his father’s estate. However, Wesley is more concerned with Wesley and his art. Captain Stephen Overtree was sent to get his brother and send him home. He arrives to find that Wesley has left for Italy. This leaves Sophie quite in a pickle. Sophie believed (as many girls do) that Wesley loves her and would marry her. Now, Sophie is pregnant and alone. Stephen offers to marry her to provide for her and the child. Stephen is different from his brother (not easy going). Sophie knows she has no alternative and agrees to marry Stephen. Wesley regrets leaving Sophie the way he did and writes her a letter at their first stop. He asks her to wait for him. Unfortunately, the letter does not reach her for quite some time. Sophie and Stephen elope (with a chaperone) to the Island of Guernsey. They then head towards Stephen’s home at Overtree Hall to get Sophie settled before Stephen has to return to his regiment. Sophie has averted scandal, but her troubles are just beginning. What happens when Wesley unexpectedly returns to home and finds Sophie wed to his brother? Can Sophie and Steven make their marriage work? You will need to read The Painter’s Daughter to find out. The Painter’s Daughter is a Christian novel. It has just the right tone (not too much). I found the novel to be just a little bit long and there are some slow areas (especially about battles). I liked Julie Klassen’s writing which makes for a pleasant story. I did want to wring Sophie’s neck sometimes. Stephen promises to not sleep with her but she continues to cower every time he comes near her (but then wonders why he does not sleep with her or kiss her). There is also the miscommunication issue. If people would just talk or ask questions, so many misunderstandings could be avoided. I know it is just a book, but miscommunication seems to be so prevalent in books lately. I give The Painter’s Daughter 4 out of 5 stars. I will look forward to reading more books by Julie Klassen in the future. I received a complimentary copy of The Painter’s Daughter from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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    Between a rock and a hard place

    I really enjoyed this novel and devoured it in two nights! This is a tragic love story with a happy ending (yay!). One can empathize with the main character and see how her circumstances place her between a rock and a hard place. Having made up her mind to marry an almost complete stranger who is willing to `cover a multitude of sin` our heroine ends up in a happier state than would have been. The hero of our story is what a true gentleman is, and also reminiscent of Jane Austen`s Mr. Darcy. There`s mystery and intrigue, and moments where the plot takes twists that you almost want to smack our characters for taking. In the end though, for all of the awkward and devastating moments the characters face, the resolution is satisfactory.
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