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    Awesome Christian Romance!

    I loved this first book in the Ladies of the Manor series by Roseanna M. White! It is the perfect Christian historical romance! It has plenty of romance, history, mystery and Christian inspiration all in one great story. Brook Eden has never known where she really came from or where she belongs. Growing up in the Mediterranean raised by a mother who was an opera singer and never knowing who her father was she turns to her very best friend Justin for guidance and help. Justin finds her birth family in England and they soon try to piece the story together, but along with the many changes that a move brings so do the feelings that Brook and Justin have for each other change. Justin pulls away from Brook trying to allow her to adjust to the many changes in her life, but it doing so he causes hurt and pain in their relationship. Something that neither one of them can deal with head on before Justin faces many changes in his life that take him away from her for extended periods of time and Brook finds herself in danger not knowing who she can trust or not. I'm definitely looking forward to reading more books in this series and by Roseanna. I was given an ARC for an honest review. All conclusions are mine and mine alone.
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    The Lost Heiress

    Readers of The Lost Heiress by Roseanna M. White will be blown away from page one of this delightful historical romance novel. Full of mystery, deception, and intrigue, this Edwardian era novel will have readers at the edge of their seat wondering what will happen next. Booklovers will be unable to put down this page turning novel, even going so far as to stay up late to finish it. Filled with captivating characters and a beautiful, well-written story, I would highly recommend this novel to readers that enjoy mystery, history, and a bit of romance. Series: Ladies of the Manor Genre: historical fiction; Christian fiction; mystery; romance Publisher: Bethany House Publication date: September 8, 2015 Number of pages: 439 Other books in the series: 2-The Reluctant Duchess (coming in 2016) 3-The Waiting Lady (coming in 2016) A review copy of this book was provided by the author, Roseanna M. White, as part of her influencer group.
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    The Lose Heiress

    The Lost Heiress is the first book in Roseanna M. White’s Ladies of the Manor series, and is a novel that I had been anticipating for a very long time. Roseanna M. White is one of my all-time favorite authors, and her book Whispers from the Shadows is one of the best novels I have ever read, so I knew going in that I would enjoy The Lost Heiress. But, as all wonderful novels do, this book well exceeded all of my expectations, and made me melt into a little puddle far more times than I thought it would. The mystery and intrigue that filled this novel made it absolutely impossible to put down, and the romantic elements didn’t make it any easier. So many things went into the making of this story, and that made it all the better for the way that she tied up the ends and pulled off the perfect happily ever after. Brook Eden is such a great character! I love her wild spirit—the way she cannot be tamed—and I am inspired by her kindness and generosity. Despite the way she is treated, by both the staff and her new family, she never once treats them in an unkind manner. Rather, she continues to build a life for herself in her new home, even though it is so completely different from everything that she has known. Then there’s the mystery that comes calling. She really does stay pretty calm through it all, although she is obviously—and understandably—extremely scared. She handles it well though, especially those times you really see her wild spirit shine. You’ll figure out what I’m referring to when you read the book. Justin is perfection. For the most part. Obviously both he and Brook have their faults, especially when it comes to their growing relationship with one another, but when it comes down to it, Justin is there when she really needs him. And his fear for her safety—though he doesn’t do a great job of showing it—is just the cutest thing. He really does care for her—I mean he is her best friend and all—and that is made obvious through the way he finds her family and strives to keep her happy and safe. Plus his jealousy of any man who so much as looks at her is pretty much the cutest thing ever. Let me just take a minute to say, even though he isn’t mentioned on the back of the book, Lord Worthing is by far one of my favorite characters of all time. So that I don’t spoil anything for you, I won’t clarify what his place is in the story or what he means to Justin and/or Brook, but I just had to give him a little of the spotlight. He is just the sweetest thing! And his relationship with Christ is the type that people dream of having. He is constantly in tune with the Lord and His will, and he has a really godly character. He’s always doing for others and making me melt into little puddles, and I really was glad Roseanna wrote him into this story (and if my suspicions are correct, he is the hero of the second book, The Reluctant Duchess, which releases in April). Anyway, this book was so, so good! The historical aspects were impeccable, of course, and the story was flawlessly written. It was captivating, mysterious, and heartwarming, and I know I would read it again in a second. So I must give it all five bookshelves. It would be impossible not to, especially since it is now on my ‘favorite books of all time’ list. Roseanna hit this one out of the ballpark, and I cannot wait to see what the rest of the series has in store. I recieved a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
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    The Lost Heiress

    This is a wonderful book full of action. The main characters were so well portrayed. It is a book that I would recomend to friends.
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    An excellent Edwardian Era romance novel!

    There are a number of incredible characters in this book. They are so well developed and with such a variety of personalities that I was intrigued by a lot of them. I loved both of the main characters, Brook and Justin, as well as their relationship with each other. I was caught up in the story of how they came to be friends and was pulling for them to sort things out and reach a happily-ever-after ending to their story. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing how the servants and the nobility interacted with each other. Each person had their own place and they stayed there. It was also nice to see the bit of hesitation that Brook had as she was trying to figure out how things were done in this new environment to her. There was just enough suspense and intrigue going on behind the romance to help captivate my interest. It was a nice balance of danger and secrecy scattered throughout the book. There were a number of characters in the beginning that it was impossible to tell if they were going to be part of the good side or the evil side. I was left guessing until late in the story for some of them. I’m looking forward to the next book in this series. I received a free copy of this book through The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest opinion.

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