Sunday, February 24, 2013

The Tutor's Daughter Review

I just completed reading The Tutor's Daughter written by Julie Klassen and published by BethanyHouse.

This historical fiction is about Emma Smallwood, the young adult daughter of widowed John Smallwood, a tutor for young men, and Henry and Phillip Weston, older sons of Sir Giles Weston who attended Mr. Smallwood's boarding school in their younger years.

Emma and her father go live in the home of Sir Giles and Lady Weston at Ebbington Manor to tutor the Weston's younger sons, Rowan and Julian. Phillip is away at university and Henry is in charge of his father's books. Apparently Emma and John arrive at an inconvenient time and feel the tension and see the people whispering.

The Weston family has a secret and don't want anyone outside of their immediate family to know about it. Unfortunately for them, Emma discovers their secret.

This book has mystery, suspense, interesting historical data, and romance all in one. I really enjoyed reading this book including the excerpts at the beginning of each chapter.

I received this book for free in exchange for my honest opinion. All comments are my own and no other compensation was received.

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