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The Caretaker's Daughter

The Caretaker s Daughter Amidst the backdrop of a nineteenth century English country estate two women struggle to find love and the truth that could either bind them together or tear them apart Despite the barriers of class

  • Title: The Caretaker's Daughter
  • Author: Gabrielle Goldsby
  • ISBN: 9781932300185
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Paperback
  • Amidst the backdrop of a nineteenth century English country estate, two women struggle to find love and the truth that could either bind them together or tear them apart Despite the barriers of class and sensibility, Lady Bronte and her groundskeeper Addison find first friendship and then something far deeper on the sweeping estates of Markby Classic Romance at its mostAmidst the backdrop of a nineteenth century English country estate, two women struggle to find love and the truth that could either bind them together or tear them apart Despite the barriers of class and sensibility, Lady Bronte and her groundskeeper Addison find first friendship and then something far deeper on the sweeping estates of Markby Classic Romance at its most breathtaking.

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    1. Even though I don't generally enjoy romance novels, I still read them because I am a book-thirsty lesbian and sometimes they fit my mood. Or at least I think they will until I'm halfway through and feeling unsatisfied and then remember why I don't pick up romance novels. (Specifically lesbian ones. Of course I'm never in the mood for straight romance novels. That probably went without saying, but just making sure.)I thought I might enjoy the historical setting of this, and I did for a while. But [...]

    2. F/F romanceI don't think this early effort is Goldsby's strongest book, but there are patches of very good writing, humor, and interesting characterization here. There are definitely some holes and implausibilities. And some dry spots and lingering scenes that went on and on. After reading the very well-written Such a Pretty Face by this author, I wanted to read more and picked this one up after a couple of reviewers responded hysterically to the sexually aggressive lead found here. Since I don' [...]

    3. Brontë marries Lord John Baptiste not for love, but rather for convenience. Soon after they're married, Lord John Baptiste almost gets killed. Brontë takes over caring for the estate in which she notices something odd with it. She meets Addison, the caretaker's daughter, befriends her and eventually it turns into something more.The Caretaker's Daughter is a lovely romance with a hint of mystery. I enjoyed the main characters' journey throughout the book. My favourite supporting character was C [...]

    4. This is my first read by Gabrielle Goldsby and I can say with certainty that it won't be my last. Great read that I enjoyed.

    5. This was one of my very first lesbian novel with an old romance theme.I loved it ever since and I have continually picked it again and again

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