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The Maid of Fairbourne Hall reader ☆ doc 9780764207099 ✓ Julie Klassen ✓ ❴Download❵ ➶ The Maid of Fairbourne Hall Author Julie Klassen – Danpashley.co.uk To escape a scheme to marry her off to a dishonorable man Margaret Macy flees London disguised as a housemaid IEr planned on actually working as a servant And certainly not in the home of Nathaniel and Lewis Upchurch both former suitors Maid of Fairbourne eBook #9734 As she fumbles through the first real work of her life Margaret struggles to keep her identity secret when suspicions 45This was a really fun read for me If I had to uickly explain what this book reminded me of I'd say it's sort of like mixing Jane Austen's Persuasion with Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol The theme of second chances and discovering how their actions and behavior effected those around them really stood out to me I also enjoyed seeing and learning about what life as a servant specifically as a housemaid might have been like The added side stories that involved ships a poetry speaking pirate a secret duel and sugar plantations in Barbados made the story feel fresh and exciting There were a few moments that some may roll their eyes at and find incredible but for me I really enjoyed it I found it very hard to put down

Julie Klassen ☆ The Maid of Fairbourne Hall ePub

Arise and prying eyes visit Fairbourne Hall Can she avoid a trap meant to force her from hidingBrimming with romance and danger The Maid of Fairbourne Hall takes readers inside the fascinating belowstairs world of a th century English manor where appearances can be deceiving After hearing a private conversation between her step father and his nephew in which they plotted to make her marry the young man in order to steal her inheritance Margaret Macy decides to flee and wait for her upcoming birthday when she will get that inheritance and will be able to live on her own With the help of her former maid Margaret becomes a housemaid in the home of Nathaniel Upchurch a man she once rejected because she wanted to win his brother’s love Will she be safe in Nathaniel’s home Will Nathaniel expose her if he finds out her true identity After all her refusal is still painful to him to rememberWhat are the right ingredients for a great book In my opinion a book must have an engaging plot endearing characters a little bit of mystery and breathtaking moments I can safely say that you can find all those things in every novel by Julie Klassen She is so talented that I have no difficulty at imagining the scenes she describes Not only are they interesting and beautiful and help readers feel a part of the story but Ms Klassen always adds historical details that are very useful to understand better the characters and their actions and behaviour In “The Maid of Fairbourne Hall” for instance she tells us the life of the servants in the early 1800s through Margaret’s experiences but she is never boring and you never get tired of reading her words Everything is described so well and in a very engrossing way that you have the impression of actually being in the nineteenth century England Or if not you start dreaming of at least visiting those placesHer characters always learn something that will change their lives forever in a positive way In the beginning Margaret is spoiled and indifferent towards her servants’ feelings while by the end of the book she is definitely another person because her experience changes her and lets her see those people through different eyes She learns that servants are as worthy of respect as rich people and even though she should have understood that before I liked the journey she made which led her to change her mind Nathaniel Upchurch is adorable His behaviour towards Margaret and Nora Margaret’s alter ego is commendable There were several moments where I wanted to yell at him because I thought it was impossible for him not to recognise her nevertheless he was a perfect gentleman every time they had some chances to speak to each other I loved their relationship and the way it was depicted I have yet to read all of Julie Klassen’s stories so I am not in the desperate phase when one freaks out because they have to wait a lot before getting her new book but I am already worried because that awful day will arrive very soon I loved every novel that I have read by Ms Klassen and I heartily recommend all of them especially if you love England and Regency era If you have never read her books I think this one may be a great start

doc ☆ The Maid of Fairbourne Hall ☆ Julie Klassen

The Maid of Fairbourne HallTo escape of Fairbourne PDF #198 a scheme to marry her off to a dishonorable man Margaret Macy flees London disguised as a housemaid If she can remain unwed until her next birthday she will The Maid eBook #211 receive an inheritance and with it sweet independence But she nev First posted on my blog Legacy of a WriterJulie Klassen is the 21st century's Jane Austen I knew she was good after reading The Apothocary’s Daughter but The Maid of Fairbourne Hall really blew me away Open this book and Klassen will transports you back to the early 1800s in England when upper class Margaret Macy suddenly finds her life altered to that of a lowly housemaidThe first character that struck me the strongest and grabbed my attention was wild mannered and dashingly good looking Nathaniel Upchurch At his first appearance after years in Barabdos I was glued to the pages and instantly intrigued about this man Margaret took a little longer for me to warm up to but through no fault of the author She was just a bit too uppity Once she was brought low and humbled as a housemaid—and learned so many lessons about the people who work so hard behind the scenes—she grew on meFor being a rather thick book I flew through the pages easily And found it very hard to put it down at the end of each chapter Klassen excels at keeping the reader riveted to the pages both with her awesome intricate storyplot and her deep endearing charactersThe things that Margaret had to go through as a housemaid certainly made for some amusing moments Especially her first time at emptying a chamber pot Haha I was laughing out loud—how gross As to uestionable content there really wasn’t any worth mentioning A few of the male characters have less than honorable designs toward women especially the servant girls but details are never givenIf you love the Jane Austen classics then you have to try one of Julie Klassen’s novels and discover that Austen’s brilliance with regency romances lives on I was swept away in this lovely tale where the reader gets a behind the scenes look at what life was like for the servants in a 19th century English manor You won’t be disappointed