Saturday, January 30, 2010

The Silent Governess {Book Review}

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Olivia Keene flees her village and the only life she has ever know because she believes she has done something horrible ~ and unforgivable. In her travels, she accidentally overhears some sensitive information about Lord Bradley that causes her even more problems.

If the secret is shared, Lord Bradley stands to lose more than he can fathom, so he employs Olivia in exchange for her silence ~ and to keep a watchful eye on her. Fortunately for him, her voice was injured in a recent accident and she is forced to remain silent. 

My Thoughts

I am a HUGE fan of Regency period books and The Silent Governess by Julie Klassen is one that has found a permanent spot on my bookshelves! Just when I thought I had things figured out in the book, there was another twist {or two} that kept wondering until the end of the book.

From the start of the book, I was hooked and literally couldn’t put it down ~ and with 4 young children, that is a feat in and of itself! Klassen created some wonderful characters and very subtly weaved in what it truly means to be a follower of Christ while providing a glimpse into the working class life of the 1800’s.

What I’m Reading

Look for reviews on a few of these books to be coming up soon!
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I was given this product to review by Bethany House.  I do not have to return the product.
I was not paid for this post. All opinions expressed in this post are mine.

3 comments:

  1. I like reading a story that keeps you guessing and wondering throughout the read. I like they way this book sounds...I am going to add it to my tbr list.

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  2. Thank you for the review! I'm currently waiting for this book to arrive in the mail and am so excited! I like your blog (I visit quite often) and I love your name, though I wouldn't date to pronounce it! :-)

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