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  • Addictive Tale of Woman Ahead of Her Time

    Rachel Brimble has penned an addictive tale about an ambitious young woman who wants more out of life than 1910 England affords her. Elizabeth Pennington is the daughter of a department store owner, but her father refuses to consider her a potential business heir ... despite her considerable talent and work ethic. Determined to succeed, she finds an unusual ally in master glove maker Joseph Carter, who with Elizabeth, wants to advance Pennington's into a more progressive era. Who will win the battle for control? This first in the author’s new Edwardian series keeps you happily book-bound as you race to the revealing end. Exceptionally well-written and highly recommended! Thanks to NetGalley and Aria for the early read, in exchange for my honest review. #TheMistressOfPennington's #NetGalley

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  • Soo entertaining

    Loved this story . It had romance, sorrow, happiness and a bit of suspense. I loved the tenacity and strength of Elizabeth and the drive of Carter, who the author brought to life so vividly. It was a story with a happy ending but many struggles and disappointments to reach that ending. Very well written! !

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  • An Interesting Read

    I did enjoy this book. It reminded me a bit of the movie about Selfridges. I enjoy stories about strong women and although The main character moved between weakness and strength her strength shone through at the end.

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