Wednesday, March 7, 2012

The Maid of Fairbourne Hall by Julie Klassen

The Maid of Fairbourne Hall
This is a well-written and intriguing story of a young lady in 19th century England whose father has died and the man her mother remarried to is an unscrupulous gold digger. When he learns that Margaret, rather than her mother is set to inherit a large amount on her 25th birthday, he schemes to have his nephew marry Margaret. When she finds out how far he will stoop to have his way, she flees the house in fear and winds up becoming a maid at Fairbourne hall, the home of two of her former suitors, one brother who she rejected for his older brother, who then rejected her. As she works, disgusised with a wig and make-up, she learns the truth about the brothers and finds out what it is like to work for a living. Filled with suspense and some romance, this is a nice story to read. I received this book free to review from Litfuse. Don't miss the perfect blend of Regency-era romance and mystery in The Maid of Fairbourne Hall! Grab a copy and then be sure to enter Julie's Kindle Fire Giveaway and RSVP for her Author Chat party on Facebook! Swoon.

One fortunate winner will receive:
  • A brand new Kindle Fire
  • A Julie Klassen Library (The Maid of Fairbourne Hall, The Girl in the Gatehouse, and The Silent Governess)
Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends 3/14/12. Winner will be announced at Julie's Fairbourne Hall Book Chat Party on 3/15. Julie will be hosting an evening of chat, trivia and a sneak peek of her next book - bring your friends! She'll also be giving away some GREAT prizes: gift certificates, books and a Downton Abbey Prize Pack (Seasons 1 and 2)!

So grab your copy of The Maid of Fairbourne Hall and join Julie and friends on the evening of March 15th for a book chat party.
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1 comment:

  1. I just finished reading The Maid of Fairbourne Hall and it was a fantastic book. It is another "can't put down" book and one I really hated to come to an end. Julie is a master storyteller and researcher. I won't start one of her books unless I have extra time to read because I can't put them down and don't get anything else done in my house or yard. I will be patiently waiting for the next one!! Thanks for such wonderful reading!