The Daughter of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky

Book two in Carrie Turansky’s Edwardian Brides Series, The Daughter of Highland Hall, follows 18-year-old Kate Ramsey on a journey of self-discovery as she travels to London to make her societal debut. As Kate begins making the round of balls and garden parties, she attracts the attention of Edward Wellington, who seems to have all the qualifications on her list. Yet, is he the best choice? Will this lifestyle bring her true happiness? Will Kate have the courage to make an unpopular choice and to choose faith or will she give into an overbearing aunt’s expectations?

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The Daughter of Highland Hall || Book 2, Edwardian Brides (Waterbrook Multnomah, October 2014)

What if the title, the estate, the life of security and splendor… what if it isn’t enough?

Strong-willed and beautiful, debutante Katherine Ramsey feels ready to take the London social season by storm, and she must. Her family estate, Highland Hall, has been passed to older male cousin Sir William Ramsey, and her only means of securing her future is to make a strong debut and find a proper husband. With her all-knowing and meddling aunt as a guide, Katherine is certain to attract suitors at the lavish gatherings, sparkling with Great Britain’s elite.

When a shocking family scandal sidelines Katherine, forcing her out of the social spotlight, she keeps a low profile, volunteering with the poor in London’s East End. Here Katherine feels free from her predictable future, and even more so as a friendship with medical student Jonathan Foster deepens and her faith in God grows. But when Katherine is courted anew by a man of wealth and position, dreams of the life she always thought she wanted surface again. Torn between tradition and the stirrings in her heart for a different path, she must decide whom she can trust and love—and if she will choose a life serving others over one where she is served.

Learn more, read an excerpt, and purchase a copy at Carrie’s website.

Carrie Turansky

{More About Carrie Turansky}

Carrie Turansky is an award-winning author of more than a dozen novels and novellas. She has written contemporary and historical romances, women’s fiction, short stories, articles, and devotionals. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, Scott, and they have five adult children and four grandchildren.

Find out more about Carrie at http://carrieturansky.com.
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Finding the courage to make unpopular choices

Carrie Turansky’s new Edwardian novel encourages readers to choose faith and love above all

Seattle: When family expectations and societal pressures collide with love and faith, which values will emerge the victor? Award-winning author Carrie Turansky explores this theme in her new book,The Daughter of Highland Hall(Multnomah Books/ October 7, 2014/ISBN: 978-1601424983/$14.99).

Book two in the Edwardian Brides Series, The Daughter of Highland Hall, follows 18-year-old Kate Ramsey on a journey of self-discovery as she travels to London to make her societal debut. Her overbearing aunt insists she secure a marriage proposal from a wealthy, titled man. As Kate begins making the round of balls and garden parties, she attracts the attention of Edward Wellington, who seems to have all the qualifications on her list. Yet, is he the best choice? Will this lifestyle bring her true happiness?

Readers who were first introduced to Kate in The Governess of Highland Hall (a 2014 Carol Award finalist) can now journey with her through London high society and the East End as she learns to find her own path to love . . . and faith. I chose Matthew 6:33, ‘Seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well,’ as the theme verse for this story because it summarizes Kate’s spiritual journey,” Turansky reveals. “What is most important in life? Kate discovers when she lays down her own plans and seeks God first, He guides her toward the best path for her future.”

When a shocking family scandal forces Kate out of the social spotlight, she has time to volunteer with medical student Jonathan Foster, the handsome and caring brother of her governess. Jonathan, a strong Christian, is determined to help the poor in London’s East End. As her friendship with Jonathan deepens and her faith grows, Kate begins to envision a different kind of future, one that includes Jonathan. Is she ready to make the sacrifices that choice would require? If she does, what will her family think?

Balancing love for family and one’s commitment to the Lord is a thread that runs throughout The Daughter of Highland Hall. “When we are children we are told to obey our parents,” explains Turansky. “As we get older the roles change, but we are still to honor them. That means asking for their input and advice on important decisions and listening to their fears and concerns before prayerfully making decisions.”

Fans of this time period, as represented in the popular TV show Downton Abbey, will be charmed by The Daughter of Highland Hall, which captures both the upstairs and downstairs aspects of Edwardian life, giving readers an emotional connection with the aristocratic Ramsey family and the hardworking, loyal servants.

This pure and inspiring romance will warm the hearts of readers and ultimately point them to the Author of their own love stories.

To keep up with Carrie Turansky, visit www.carrieturansky.com, become a fan on Facebook (AuthorCarrieTuransky) or follow her on Twitter (@CarrieTuransky) and Pinterest (CarrieTuransky).

Advance Praise

“Giving vivid entry into an Edwardian England setting, from genteel ballrooms to the gritty streets of London’s East End, author Carrie Turansky has created a cast of multi-layered, delightfully written characters I found engaging from beginning to end. The Daughter of Highland Hall is at its heart a story of personal courage, one sure to please fans of Turansky’s The Governess of Highland Hall, as well as readers coming fresh to the series with this book.” ~ Lori Benton, Christy-Award Winning author of Burning Sky and The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn

“Meticulously researched and beautifully written, The Daughter of Highland Hall captures the final years of the Edwardian Era. Beginning with Kate’s presentation to the King and Queen of England and her debut into London’s social season, Turansky shows the growth of a young woman’s heart from How shall I snag a wealthy and titled husband, to Lord, I give you my life and my past. . . shape my future to honor You. I wish there were more stories like this. I’m thrilled that Carrie Turansky has given us hers.” ~ Cathy Gohlke, Christy Award-winning author of Saving Amelie and Promise Me This

“In The Daughter of Highland Hall, Carrie Turansky carries readers back into the early 1900s, to the glamour of London society as well as the desperate world of those struggling to survive in London’s East End. This beautiful story is filled with endearing characters who will steal your heart and surprises that will keep you engrossed until the very end.” ~ Melanie Dobson, award-winning author of Chateau of Secrets and The Courier of Caswell Hall

“In all her books, Carrie Turansky instills beautiful depth and detail, and this second novel of the Edwardian Brides Series is certainly no exception. Rich in plot development and descriptive prose, the characters in this book fairly soar off the pages—to the point where I felt I knew them on a most intimate level. Excellent story of love, hope, and family!” ~ Sharlene MacLaren, award-winning author of the Little Hickman Creek and Daughters of Jacob Kane series

About the Author

Carrie Turansky is the award-winning author of more than a dozen novels and novellas, including Surrendered Hearts, Snowflake Sweethearts, and Along Came Love. She has been the recipient of the ACFW Carol Award, the Crystal Globe Award, and the International Digital Award. Turansky’s first historical fiction novel, and the first in the Edwardian Brides series, The Governess of Highland Hall, is a 2014 Carol Award finalist. While Turansky has been writing articles, devotions and essays since 1999, writing fiction is her passion, and she’s thankful for the creative ideas God has put into her mind and heart.

Turansky was born and raised in Oregon but currently lives in central New Jersey with her husband, Scott, who is a pastor, counselor and the author of several parenting books. They have five adult children, two lovely daughters-in-law, a wonderful son-in-law and four adorable grandchildren. The Turanskys partner in ministry at Calvary Chapel Living Hope, a church they helped plant along with a team of hardworking, Jesus-following friends.

When she’s not writing Turansky enjoys spending time with her family, working outside in her flower gardens, cooking healthy meals for family and friends, or walking around the lake near her home.

To keep up with Carrie Turansky, visit www.carrieturansky.com, become a fan on Facebook (AuthorCarrieTuransky) or follow her on Twitter (@CarrieTuransky) and Pinterest (CarrieTuransky).

Suggested interview questions 

— At the beginning of The Daughter of Highland Hill, readers will find the scripture Matthew 6:33. What is the significance of that verse in the story?
 
— Your heroine, Kate, is a debutante trying to find her place in society and ultimately a husband. Why will readers be able to identify with her experiences?

— The Daughter of Highland Hall is your second book in the Edwardian Bride series — what is it about that time period that interests you?

— What first drew you to writing historical fiction?

— You’ve even taken your research efforts all the way to Europe. What were some of the highlights of your trips? Did anything you saw make it into the book?

— How was culture changing during the period in which you wrote, and how does The Daughter of Highland Hall reflect that?

— Another character in the book, Jonathan Foster, is committed to helping the poor in London’s East End. Was that common practice among physicians during that time? Was that kind of work as respected as it is now?

— In Edwardian England, women had fewer options available to them, and marriage was the primary way they could secure their future. Yet books and TV shows such as Downton Abbey, based in this time period, are incredibly popular with women. Why do you think this is?

— While our modern circumstances will vary from Kate’s, we still face expectations placed on us by our family and society. How can we navigate those expectations while still pursuing God’s best for us?

— What can readers learn from The Daughter of Highland Hall about the importance of seeking godliness in a mate, rather than looks, financial security or social status?

— Kate must ultimately decide what the right thing to do is based on her new relationship with God. How does her faith ultimately guide her?

— What do you hope readers will take away after they’ve put The Daughter of Highland Hall back on the shelf?

Carrie Turansky is available for interviews to promote the release of Daughter of Highland Hall. To request a review copy, schedule an interview or for more information, please contact Audra Jennings, audra@litfusegroup.com

Buzz

“Giving vivid entry into an Edwardian England setting, from genteel ballrooms to the gritty streets of London’s East End, author Carrie Turansky has created a cast of multi-layered, delightfully written characters I found engaging from beginning to end. The Daughter of Highland Hall is at its heart a story of personal courage, one sure to please fans of Turansky’s The Governess of Highland Hall, as well as readers coming fresh to the series with this book.” ~ Lori Benton, Christy-Award Winning author of Burning Sky and The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn

“Meticulously researched and beautifully written, The Daughter of Highland Hall captures the final years of the Edwardian Era. Beginning with Kate’s presentation to the King and Queen of England and her debut into London’s social season, Turansky shows the growth of a young woman’s heart from How shall I snag a wealthy and titled husband, to Lord, I give you my life and my past. . . shape my future to honor You. I wish there were more stories like this. I’m thrilled that Carrie Turansky has given us hers.” ~ Cathy Gohlke, Christy Award-winning author of Saving Amelie and Promise Me This

“In The Daughter of Highland Hall, Carrie Turansky carries readers back into the early 1900s, to the glamour of London society as well as the desperate world of those struggling to survive in London’s East End. This beautiful story is filled with endearing characters who will steal your heart and surprises that will keep you engrossed until the very end.” ~ Melanie Dobson, award-winning author of Chateau of Secrets and The Courier of Caswell Hall

“In all her books, Carrie Turansky instills beautiful depth and detail, and this second novel of the Edwardian Brides Series is certainly no exception. Rich in plot development and descriptive prose, the characters in this book fairly soar off the pages—to the point where I felt I knew them on a most intimate level. Excellent story of love, hope, and family!” ~ Sharlene MacLaren, award-winning author of the Little Hickman Creek and Daughters of Jacob Kane series

Reviews

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    The theme of this novel is familiar with hard choices and decisions tearing into the heart of a young woman who has the family pressure of being a lady of society without regard to her own feelings. The novel is satisfactory but moved rather slowly reaching a conclusion with its many sub-plots causing me to occasionally put the book down and pick it up again. Nonetheless, this is a good story for historical romance, drama, and family relationship themed book lovers to read over a nice and cozy weekend day.

    Written by Ski-Wee’s Book Corner on November 17, 2014 |e
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com/review/R3N19LDZ49F6XZ

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BOOK REVIEW

    I like how she volunteers her time to help the underprivileged in London’s infamous East End without any fear for her own safety. I also like how she risked her own safety and place in society to help a young lady escape her abusive boyfriend, without asking for anything in return.

    Written by Our Little Corner of the World on November 17, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com/The-Daughter-Highland-Hall-Edwardian/product-reviews/1601424981/ref=cm_cr_pr_top_recent?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=0&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    Katherine is on her way. She and her Aunt Louisa are staying in London with Katherine’s cousin, William, so that she can have a proper debut into society. She needs to find a rich husband as she is without a home since Highland Hall passed to her cousin.

    After a family scandal, society drops Katherine like a hot potato

    I’ve always enjoyed Ms Turansky’s books. This is no exception.

    Written by sunny island breezes on November 16, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/R3KS7IMCBJB2WK/ref=cm_cr_pr_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=1601424981

  • SHE BEGINS TO SEE A DIFFERENT WORLD OUT THERE

    Katherine has been born into the time where women need a man to be able to do whatever they wish. She is stuck with an Aunt who will stop at nothing to get her own way and find her a husband. The problem is that maybe Katherine doesn’t want that kind of husband or life. When she begins to see a different world out there she wants to be part of it. Will she have the courage to follow the world she wants? I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book by The Litfuse Group for the purpose of a review and all opinions are my own.

    Written by deal sharing aunt on November 14, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-book-tour.html

  • REVIEW: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    Award-winning author Carrie Turansky tells the story of a beautiful, strong-willed woman facing her London season in 1912.

    Written by Worthy2Read on November 4, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://worthy2read.wordpress.com/reviews/adult-reviews/daughter-of-highland-hall/

  • “THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL” BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    I was reminded and surprised how important society status, money, and scandals are to a person’s reputation and worth. Katherine has to decide thru out the book what she considers important and with the help of true friends and God, she finds her way and purpose.

    Written by Crafts-n-Fitness on November 4, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://crafts-n-fitness.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-by-carrie.html

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    The characters pull you into the story. You won’t want to stop reading until you find out which suitor has stolen her heart. God’s love is intertwined in the characters’ lives and the decisions they make.

    Written by Book Reviews on November 3, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com/review/R2Y9DXLF06QNQU

  • DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    So if you have been following my blog and book post even a tiny bit you should know by now that I really love historical fiction. This book fits nicely into that love for me.

    I enjoyed it so much that I started looking for another book by Carrie to read next.

    She is so descriptive in her writing that the struggle her characters go through really resonate throughout the book and help them seem like real people and not just beautiful fragments of our authors imagination.
    one thing after another seems to be at play to keep Katherine from making a successfully splash of a debut. A handsome man who is not the ideal candidate for a suitable mate, an overbearing Aunt who is controlling her every move and a family scandal that could rip apart not only Katherine’s reputation but that of her entire family.

    Written by Book Reviews By Jenny on November 3, 2014 | e

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    Love, love, love! Even better than the first book (and I thought that one was good too!). I can’t wait to read the next book in the series!

    Written by Amanda on November 2, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://princess-mia.livejournal.com/301998.html

  • LOVELY PERIOD ROMANCE

    I loved reading about Katherine’s debut season. The idea of being presented into society just fascinates me, and I felt like I learned a lot from this novel. She’s a very likeable character, and it was interesting to see how she handled this time in her life.

    Written by Brooke @ i blog 4 books on November 2, 2014 |e
    Read my full review: http://iblog4books.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-by-carrie.html

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    I have somehow missed the first book of this series. I haven’t read anything by Carrie Turansky and was so surprised that I had not seen her books. Now that I’ve read this book, though, I doubt I’ll be missing her books anymore. In fact, I think I have some catching up to do!

    I like reading books in this era because life was so drastically different then from what it is today. Not that I’d like to live in it, though, because of all the societal pressures. This is exactly what Katharine Ramsey is feeling. She doesn’t particularly want to join the high society, but she has no other choice.

    Written by When life gets you down…read a book on November 2, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com/Daughter-Highland-Hall-Edwardian-Brides-ebook/dp/B00JNQMZ4Q/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1414983381&sr=8-1&keywords=daughter+of+highland+hall

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BLOG TOUR

    This novel has a very Upstairs/Downstairs, Downton Abbey feel to it, which I feel will appeal to many readers. There are so many story lines going on in this novel!The romance in this novel is sweet, and the spiritual side of this book was something that was very well-written.

    Written by Shoopette’s Book Reviews on November 2, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://shoopettesbookreviews.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-blog-tour.html

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    This delightful story immerses us into a time of high society (think of the early years of Downton Abbey). Although this is Book 2 in a series, it can be read as a stand alone as the characters are beautifully developed into many we easily love and some we don’t.

    The author takes us through the ups and downs in the life of Katherine in her debut season where she is striving for a wealthy husband. But she is soon drawn down a different path and into a deeper relationship with God. Which will be more prosperous and bring more joy – to follow God’s plan or to seek wealth and fortune?

    Written by Our Blessed Chaos on November 2, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://ourblessedchaos.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-daughter-of-highland-hall.html

  • FANTASTIC

    I just loved this book, just like the first book in the series! This book picks up where the last one left off and the story just keeps getting better and better. I really enjoy Kate’s story and her journey to salvation.

    I find this time frame so fun to read because it is so different from how life is now. I enjoyed learning about all the rules of courtship and entering society, wow the pressure those young ladies had. I can’t imagine being in those shoes. I really enjoyed seeing how the events played out in the light of scandal in the family and how it changes Kate’s life in great ways.

    Fans of Edwardian area and even Regency will love this book and the first one. I know I can’t wait till next October for the next book to release, A Refugee at Highland Hall.

    * I received this book from Litfuse Publicity for the purpose of this review. Thank You!

    Written by Book Reviews from a Book Lover on November 2, 2014 | e

  • LITFUSE BLOG TOUR EVENT: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    The Daughter of Highland Hall is the second installment for the Edwardian Brides series by Carrie Turansky. Get ready to be transported back into the lives of the characters you fell in love with in the first book! There’s more secrets, scandal, romance and intrigue awaiting you in the pages! A wonderful addition to your library this coming fall.

    Written by Taylor Reid Reads and Breathes on November 2, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://taylor-reid.blogspot.com/2014/11/litfuse-blog-tour-event-daughter-of.html

  • BLOG TOUR & BOOK REVIEW :: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    What is so fascinating about this time period is that you can’t help but drawn into the romance of the era and the dynamics between the upper class and the serving class. At the beginning of the story, Kate’s world was very black and white, but as the story progresses, you follow her as she struggles through a more “grey area” of life, between what’s right and wrong, especially what’s right and wrong for her. This includes her journey in not only her social awakening, but a spiritual one as well. Kate struggles with doing what society wants of her, what she thinks God’s plan is for her life, and what she wants for herself.

    Written by the bookish mama on November 1, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1086096518

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY #BOOKREVIEW AND #GIVEAWAY

    I found this to be a great story about a young lady who thought she know what she wanted in a husband but found out that the proper husband for her was the one that helped others in need. I found that Katherine did a lot of growing spiritually in this novel. I found it interesting to see how the rich families picked who their children could marry because of their love of money, whereas Jonathan’s family who didn’t have a lot of money taught their children to put God first in their lives and let them choose who they were going to marry. While this is book two in the series it can stand alone but it is so interesting I do want to go back and read more about the characters in the first book.

    Written by Frugal-Shopping on November 1, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.frugal-shopping.com/2014/11/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-by-carrie.html

  • {{BOOK REVIEW}} THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY: CARRIE TURANSKY

    “The Daughter of Highland Hall”, starts a bit later and we now see a totally different Katherine, one who is now mellowed toward her cousin and his bride-to-be. Dear Aunt Louisa, is determined to make Katherine the catch of the social season.

    *To read my full review, check out the blog post!

    Written by Reading Corner Reviews & More on November 1, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://readingcornerreviews.blogspot.com/2014/11/book-review-daughter-of-highland-hall.html

  • “THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL”

    Katherine is given the chance to live her life and really find out whom she is and grow herself. I loved this time of self-realization for Katherine as she is allowed the freedom to learn about herself and this is such a pivotal time in her life. I also have to add that I love this cover, it is simply stunning! I highly recommend this book for historical romance fans!

    Written by Moments on November 1, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://kristie-moments.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-daughter-of-highland-hall.html

  • There’s a wonderful spiritual message in the story, about truly knowing God in a relationship as opposed to just knowing about Him. The romance is sweet as you see Jon and Kate fall for each other, but she believes she must marry a man who will inherit a title and wealth, while he thinks she is falling for someone else. I liked the multiple viewpoints, including one of the servants, and the story line about her sister who had run away was interesting, along with the sub-plot of William’s brother being investigated for murder!

    Written by Veronica’s ‘Views on October 31, 2014 | e

  • REVIEW OF THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    WOW! I really think this might be the best book of the year! I don’t often find an author who incorporates quite so much of a Christian view as this one and I rather enjoyed that! So many Christian romance novels don’t delve into the importance of Christ’s teachings on being unequally yoked. This one placed great emphasis on that matter.
    Another thing, if you’re a fan of recent shows such as Call the Midwife, you may be interested in knowing that this story is set in the London East End in the early part of the 1900s. Since I’m a fan of that show, I enjoyed seeing a look into an earlier time in that area.

    Written by A Simply Enchanted Life on October 31, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://www.asimplyenchantedlife.com/2014/10/review-of-daughter-of-highland-hall-by.html

  • REVIEW: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    Historical details – descriptions of balls and other social events, clothing, locale, and travel – were just the right amount to help visualize the era. Characters are well drawn, and while this isn’t an action-packed story, it’s a good, steady narrative with which to relax and enjoy a sweet romance. Characterization revolves around William and Julia’s family, including servants, and these likeable characters that I want to spend more time with are one strength of this story. Recommended to fans of inspirational historical romance.

    Written by The Power of Words on October 31, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/R1AAYQWM0Q7D5S

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    What can I say that has not already been said in prior reviews regarding Carrie Turnasky’s captivating story about Kathryn, The Daughter of Highland Hall? How can Ms. Turnasky always be at her best with each novel that she writes? I really adored this book! It has been quite a while since I read the first book in this series, and I had double the fun of re-reading parts of The Governess of Highland Hall – about William and Julia to refresh my mind and it picked up right where this book left off.

    Written by Barb Shelton on October 31, 2014 | e

  • REVIEW: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    This book is told from multiple points of view and has several plots going on. I think it worked in this case since none are too complex and they are also intertwined. Kate seemed slightly immature at the beginning but it was nice to see her character growth as she is exposed to opportunities to be of service to others. Her relationship with Jon grows slowly and steadily throughout the novel which is my favorite kind of romance- beginning with friendship. It has the feel of a Regency even though the setting is early 20th century, I think because of the setting in London and focus on Kate’s debut season.

    Written by Heidi Reads… on October 31, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://heidi-reads.blogspot.com/2014/10/review-daughter-of-highland-hall-by.html

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    I loved getting to catch up with the characters from book one especially Kate and Jon’s families.

    Written by Christian Novels on October 31, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://writingchristiannovels.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-by-carrie.html

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    There isn’t a lot of action or suspense in this book, but I think readers will enjoy the descriptions of life in London in 1912.

    Written by Seeking with all Yur Heart on October 30, 2014 |e
    Read my full review:http://seekingwithallyurheart.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall.html

  • BOOK REVIEW: “THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL” BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    I do not believe I would enjoy an estate similar to Highland Hall. The reason is way too much is expected of you, you have a place in high society that you have to live up to, others expect things of you because you are wealthy, things can get very messy. This is exactly the kind of situation that Katherine finds herself in. Even though she has lost the estate to her cousin she still feels she needs a place in high society and needs to marry into money. However she does find she is good at working with the poor and meets Jonathan. Now what does she do? We are back to the class distinctions, Katherine is still considered Upper Class while Jonathan would be the Lower Class. There is a lot of growth in all the characters as she deftly moves the plot along.

    Written by Vic’s Media Room on October 30, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com/review/R3B3YNAEKEMKMW

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    Beautiful historical details, enjoyable characters, and lots going on! This book is the perfect story to curl up with as the weather grows cooler!

    Written by Inklings and Notions on October 30, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://amandanicolle.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall.html?m=1

  • A NOVEL OF DISCOVERY

    This is a story of a young woman learning how to stand on her own despite others expectations. Katherine, like so many, must learn her own heart and what she dreams for the future. The road is far from straight, but in the process she comes to know who she truly is. The story is well-written and compelling. A great read for early 20th Century historical romance fans.

    Written by Cara Putman on October 30, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.christianbook.com/the-daughter-highland-hall-edwardian-brides/carrie-turansky/9781601424983/product-reviews/424983?submitted_review=1

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL #BOOKREVIEW @LITFUSE

    I am in love with this book. With the whole series really. Katherine is so loveable as is her beau(who also happens to be her —well I’ll let you figure that out). He’s dashing and studying to be a doctor. Life doesn’t always go as planned and this book is a great example of how life can change in a minute. Great view of society in Edwardian times as well. I can’t say that I would be able to pull off meeting the royal family any better than she did!

    Written by For Him and My Family on October 30, 2014 | e
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  • ADVENTURES IN READING: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    I found Turansky’s story telling to be excellent. This story definitely can stand alone. I enjoyed the story, characters, and the historical aspect of this story but what I most enjoyed was the spiritual aspects.

    Written by Adventures of D and V on October 30, 2014 | e
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  • “THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL” BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    With social intrigue and the danger of going into the worst parts of London, “The Daughter of Highland Hall” explores the ways God works in the lives of His children. Trustworthy to direct our paths, He uses relationships and situations to help guide us into the place He would have for us in His kingdom. I also enjoyed the subplots and secondary characters in this book. I very much look forward to the next release in this series, scheduled for Oct. 2015. I’m sure it will be as excellent as these first two have been.

    Written by ReviewsByErin on October 30, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com/review/R3F55FKGZJD55E

  • HAPPY ALMOST HALLOWEEN + BOOK REVIEW/GIVEAWAY!

    I just loved this book! It was totally my style. Who doesn’t love a good triangle? The characters I felt were well developed, and the story only got better as the book progressed. I would recommend this book if you like Jane Eyre or Jane Austen books. Plus if you hurry, you can get this book FOR FREE by entering the giveaway!

    Written by Nancy on October 30, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://neatly-packaged.com/2014/10/30/happy-almost-halloween-book-reviewgiveaway/

  • LOVELY ROMANTIC STORY

    If you are a lover of old fashioned time pieces when it comes to romance, then you will definitely love this book! The romance books on modern times are just not really my cup of tea, I enjoy an old fashioned love story where there is a lot of innocence and some chivalry involved, so this book was a true delight to read.

    I also love when there is trouble involved and Katherine sure does have her hands full with her aunt and all of the wealthy society when it’s time for her to make her debut. What is expected of her becomes a battle within her own heart as much as it is a battle with society and what they expect her to do.

    You will definitely get quite a lot of excitement out of this story and hopefully a renewal of what it really means when you truly love and respect the person you love

    Written by Mary’s Cup of Tea on October 30, 2014 | e
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  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    Loved the romance between Katherine and Jon. Would make a great movie.

    Written by A Bookworm’s Corner on October 30, 2014 | e

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    My Review – This is a fun book to read. I really enjoyed it from start to finish. I like to imagine living in a world like that of Katherine Ramsey. I put myself in her shoes and the let the story carry me away. I really recommend this book!

    Written by Let’s Eat 2 Day on October 29, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/R2LKZ7LIW931D7/ref=cm_cr_pr_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=1601424981

  • ENJOYED READING!!!

    I was blessed by this book….the story was awesome and the characters were lovely….the two things i did not like about this book is….i have not read book 1 in this series and that this book ended.

    Written by LyonsLady on October 29, 2014 | e
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  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL REVIEW!!!

    …there were definite feelings of Downton Abbey for me, but I loved this better because it holds truer with Christianity at the fore front. That was actually my favorite part of this book the faith of the characters and how they express their relationship with Jesus. The messages and lessons are fabulous and expressed beautifully, and I really enjoyed the growth of the characters! It was hard for me to get into this one though because I personally felt the pace was a bit sluggish and there were times my mind wandered…I felt the pace would pick up every now and then, from the middle of the book on with GREAT scenes that held suspense, intrigue, or the character triumphing, that helped make it interesting…And I do LOVE how Carrie writes prayers from he characters!

    Written by ASC Book Reviews on October 29, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://ascphotosanddesigns.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-review.html

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    The author has done a brilliant job of continuing from the last book. Her writing seems simple to follow and her characters full of life!

    Written by A Simple Life, really?! on October 29, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://asimplelifereally.blogspot.com/2014/10/litfuse-review-daughter-of-highland.html

  • A GREAT LOVE STORY!

    I didn’t read the first book in this series but I wish I would have. I highly recommend it because you do feel like you are missing out on some of the background of the main characters.

    However, with that being said, I still really enjoyed the book, the characters and the storyline. I am not usually able to get into English based novels but this one drew me in right away.

    I loved watching the relationship develop between Katherine and Jonathon and I loved watching her honesty, generosity, and developing faith in God.

    This book was written so well and I couldn’t wait to see what happened in the end!

    Written by The Review Stew on October 29, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.thereviewstew.com/2014/10/book-review-daughter-of-highland-hall.html

  • GREAT STORY OF GROWING IN FAITH

    This is book two in the Edwardian Brides series. I did not read the first book in the series (although I intend to now) and was never lost or left to wonder what was going on. It stands alone as it’s own story, which I’m always so glad of. This book is set in Britain during the early 1900’s and I just love this time period. The author does a wonderful job of setting the scenes and giving us background for this time period.

    Written by Julie – More of Him on October 28, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.moreofhim.net/2014/10/book-review-daughter-of-highland-hall.html

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL REVIEW

    A mix of thoughts crossed my mind while reading this book. It is mainly a chapter to chapter emotional rollercoaster, does or does she not kind of flows through the plot and in the end it was a great read. I would recommend this to adults as younger children will just not connect.

    Written by Cassandra M’s Place on October 28, 2014 | e
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  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    I just finished reading The Daughter of Highland Hall and I found it to be nice read. I liked the storyline and the main character Katherine. Katherine finds herself as most woman of her day, unable to do anything without a husband. It wsa nice to be able to read and see the way that the characters cared about their families and God. –

    Written by 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too! on October 28, 2014 | e
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  • DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    My opinion: I was excited to read this book as I enjoyed Mrs. Turansky’s previous book and I was utterly delighted that she used characters that we were introduced to in her previous book. Starting off I was not crazy about the main character, Katherine, but she had a lot of character development throughout the book and I grew to like her. I thought the romance was sweet and the overall book was a good read with well developed characters.
    I received this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

    Written by Perfect Beginnings on October 28, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://theperfectbeginnings.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-by-carrie.html

  • DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL (EDWARDIAN BRIDES BOOK #2) BY CARRIE TURANSKY (REVIEW & GIVEAWAY)

    I found it interesting to compare life during these pre-war years in different parts of the world. Both include snobbery. Both include “lower” class. Both include spiritual truths. It is such a joy to have books available to read that are well-written, clean, entertaining, knowledgeable, and that contain spiritual truths.

    Written by Chat With Vera on October 28, 2014 | e
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  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY #REVIEW

    Turansky has mastered the Christian romance genre! She manages to keep faith flowing seamlessly through the pages. I love how the female characters are respectful of their place and situation. Which is often overlooked in books. In this book, Kate is finding her faith and where God has her future. I love how the family dynamics were and I think it shows evident in Kate’s personality the love they all feel for each other. The love interest Jon has a lot of tough choices to make as well – just like any young person embarking on career and adulthood. I love how each of them, Jon and Kate, learn to trust God and follow his will for their lives.

    Written by A Rup Life on October 28, 2014 | e
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  • RAYLEIGH’S REVIEW: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    The Daughter of Highland Hall is set in one of my favorite historical settings, the high society and slums of England, and the author did a fabulous job at captivating the beauty of it, while also shining light on the bad. The characters were very well made and I enjoyed returning to Highland once again to read about Kate. I also enjoyed continuing the story of Lydia, Julia, and all the other fabulous characters that we met in The Governess of Highland Hall. The detail was beautiful, however, it was a little much for my preference as there seemed to be more description rather than dialogue. I also didn’t care for the fact that this book seemed to be written in short scenes of what was going on, rather than flowing in a continuous pace.

    Written by Accelerate The Jesus Movement on October 27, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://acceleratethejesusmovement.wordpress.com/2014/10/27/rayleighs-review-the-daughter-of-highland-hall-by-carrie-turansky/

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    I thought this book was a fun, easy read and a great continuation of the Ramsey family’s story. I liked seeing the transformation of Katherine as she encountered situations that were beyond her control. Many times in our lives we are met with circumstances that force us to see what is really valuable in life and worth living for. Carrie Turnasky has put out another great novel to put on your shelf. So make sure to pick this one up!

    Written by Amanda’s Pile of Books on October 25, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://amandaspileofbooks.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daugher-of-highland-hall-by-carrie.html

  • BOOK REVIEW: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    Katherine’s character was the most memorable thing about this book to me. At first she does not think to disagree with her aunt, but then starts to question her possible fiancé. Shouldn’t a man’s character count for something? What about true, real love? I came to adore and respect Katherine for her thoughts because in a time like this, as a young woman, you just did what you were told and asked no questions. Katherine is determined to change things. Katherine begins to bury herself in the Bible and try to understand God’s purpose, and she quickly realizes that she needs a man who is willing to do the same.

    Written by Charming Chelsey’s on October 25, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://dwellinpossibilitybooks.blogspot.com/2014/10/book-review-daughter-of-highland-hall.html

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL – CARRIE TURANSKY

    It is my personal policy not to read books out of order, but when I was given a chance to read Turansky’s new novel, I made an exception to this rule. I’m so happy I did! The plot grabbed me right from the very beginning. I was able to dive right in and feel completely oriented to the people, place, and story line. After finishing the book, I visited our local Books-a-Million for another book from Turansky…

    Written by Reviews by Renae on October 24, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.renae-sattazahn.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-carrie.html

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    The author also puts in the spirituality of life into the story. The reader watches Kate on her journey of discovering what faith in God is. How to trust God and his plan for her life over what her family and peers feel. A wonderful thing about the spiritual side of this book is that the author wasn’t preachy. She gently introduced the subject without cramming it down your throat.
    A wonderful book that will keep you glued to your chair reading about the coming of age of a beautiful young girl and her discovery of God.

    Written by BOOKS REVIEWS ETC on October 23, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/R1IX2L9K1C3P49/ref=cm_cr_pr_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=1601424981

  • READS LIKE A MASTERPIECE THEATER PRODUCTION

    The Daughter of Highland Hall was an indulgent read that took me back to a different era. As I read the book, the scenes unfolded in my mind’s eye like Masterpiece Theater. Progressive and independent for her own time, Katherine’s character slowly won my respect. Reading books like this make me want to say things like, “Are you quite all right?” and “How splendid!” All in a clipped British accent, of course.

    Written by Savings in Seconds on October 23, 2014 | e
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  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    Oh my, this is a wonderful book set in the Edwardian period of 1912. I was completely mesmerized from the opening scenes when debutante Katherine Evangeline Ramsey has her all-important curtsy for royalty and continuing throughout this engaging tale. The societal rules and pressures of the day were staggering, and at times, I felt almost as overwhelmed as Katherine! Carrie Turansky fills this book with wonderful characters. . . .

    Written by Mocha with Linda on October 22, 2014 | e
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  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY, © 2014

    Come along and read of these adventures in London ~ you may be surprised where we are led. –Lydia Chambers, The Daughter of Highland Hall

    Written by Lane Hill House on October 22, 2014 | e
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  • DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    Sometimes, inspirational romance can be a little too sappy and melodramatic for me but thankfully, I needn’t have worried. This is definitely one of the books that restores your faith in a genre! Carrie Turansky deftly lays the groundwork in this romance and within the first few pages ensnares the reader in her tale faith, romance, charity, and intrigue.

    Written by Tragically Dull Adventures of An Almost Librarianon October 22, 2014 | e
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  • If you like Downton Abbey, you’ll feel right at home within the pages of The Daughter of Highland Hall. Most of this book actually takes place at Ramsey House, in London, but you’ll recognize the time period, the lifestyle, and the life situations that come the way of the characters in this story.

    Katherine is the somewhat spoiled, pampered aristocrat, whose life circumstances have changed, and needs to make a good match in order to continue living the lifestyle to which she’s accustomed.

    Edward is the socially acceptable, handsome young man set to inherit a large estate and become an Earl.

    Jon is the missionary raised abroad, in London training to become a doctor.

    The Daughter of Highland Hall is a sweet story about Katherine’s journey to finding what really matters in life.

    Written by Greatly Blessed on October 21, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://grtlyblesd.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall.html

  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL, BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    Turansky’s novel is an excellent book that could easily become a movie. I could easily visualize certain scenes in my mind. The class difference in London at the start of the 20th century is vividly described. Everyone is aware of their place, and attempts to move up a class are often frowned upon. Aunt Louisa is horrified that Katherine might consider Jon to be a suitable husband. He’s respectable, but doesn’t belong to the upper echelons of society. Nor does she understand why her niece would want to help those less fortunate. There is also plenty of humor, romance, and tension to keep the reader interested, including a murder and the fate of Lydia’s sister.

    Written by Proverbial Reads on October 20, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://proverbialreads.wordpress.com/2014/10/20/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-by-carrie-turansky/

  • PERFECT SECOND BOOK IN TURANSKY’S EDWARDIAN BRIDES SERIES

    Turansky paints a vivid picture of Kate’s life in London as she is put through the rigors of her debut in proper society at the hands of her well-meaning but extremely overbearing Aunt Louisa. The author’s descriptions of all the wheeling and dealing involved in securing just the right husband for Kate was quite enlightening. Although primarily about Kate, the plot contained several subplots that when woven together created one captivating and exciting story.

    Written by Daysong Reflections on October 18, 2014 | e
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  • AS MUCH AS I LOVED THE FIRST NOVEL, I COULDN’T WAIT FOR THIS ONE! I WAS NOT DISAPPOINTED!!!

    absolutely LOVED this novel in part because the characters are so believable. I found myself relating to Kate the most, and wondering how society would react if someone of her social standing suddenly walked away from it all for love. Carrie’s writing is superb and gains the respect and favor of traditional regency fans! Now I will simply have to deal with waiting another year for A Refuge at Highland Hall. Not sure what Carrie has planned, but if these two novels are any indicator, it will definitely be a huge success. Hands down another stellar 5 out of 5 stars in my opinion. Just what you would expect in any novel dealing with the Edwardian era, romance and high society among the elite.

    Written by Reviews From The Heart on October 17, 2014 | e
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  • BOOK REVIEW: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    I enjoyed the plot of this Edwardian novel. One of my favorite aspects of the story was the overbearing behavior of Katherine’s aunt. The characters were pleasant in general, and the whole idea of debutantes and their “coming-out” seasons was new to me. I liked learning about that aspect of history.

    Written by WordSmith on October 14, 2014 | e
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  • The story line is great and the development of characters as well. I loved watching the main character, Katherine, go from only caring about getting a husband and doing exactly what her aunt wanted to finally standing up to her aunt and finding what she was passionate about and finding the Lord. The development, however, didn’t feel rushed or pushed. It felt super organic and believable. – See more at: http://thecraftyhome.net/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-by-carrie-turansky-book-review-and-tour/#sthash.3vqFZ0nR.dpuf

    Written by The Crafty Home on October 14, 2014 | e
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  • THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    Carrie Turansky’s The Daughter of Highland Hall beautifully follows up The Governess of Highland Hall in her Edwardian Brides series. As the characters pursue dreams, confront important decisions about the future and determine God’s path for their lives, Turansky takes her readers on quite an adventure through London society. Once again, she authentically maintains a Downton-Abbey feel, and I loved every bit of the story. With plenty of romance and spiritual growth, The Daughter of Highland Hall is a sweet, inspirational read.

    Written by Book by Book on October 14, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:http://pagebypagebookbybook.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-daughter-of-highland-hall-by-carrie.html

  • BOOK REVIEW: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL, BY CARRIE TURANSKY

    Carrie Turansky has done it again! She is truly the queen of Victorian historical fiction and did not disappoint with her newest book, “The Daughter of Highland Hall”. Rich with detail, intrigue, drama and snappy dialog between the characters you find yourself sitting inside the storyline along with beautiful Katherine Ramsey. After a life of balls and social outings it is the desire of young Katherine and her aunt to marry well.

    This charming tale takes you inside the life of a débutante and her transition from spoiled rotten young woman to a woman who is passionately pursing God’s call on her life. Thrilling turn of events change the course of Katherine’s life and we are blessed to watch her choose between two completely different courses in her life. Truly a captivating tale of adventure and romance while staying true to the time period. I loved this book and can’t wait to see what comes next.

    Written by Melissa Mashburn: Real Women. Real Life. Real Faith. on October 13, 2014 | e
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  • BOOK REVIEW: THE DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL

    Historical romance from a time period where everything seems to be changing…there are cars and yet debutante balls are a thing of normalcy. If you recall, I reviewed the first book in this series and very much enjoyed it. This book is absolutely no exception. I’ve never had my fingers crossed so hard for a character as I did for Jon. Watching Kate finally come into her own had me smiling and cheering. Meeting up with William and Julia again was a delight and as I turned the final pages, I couldn’t help but wish that there were another book, just so I could keep reading. I’m thrilled to say that there is but bummed to report that it won’t be out for an entire year!

    Written by Life With Katie on October 13, 2014 | e

  • The Daughter of Highland Hall was a sweet story of friendship, love, family, forgiveness, and following one’s own heart. I would recommend this to those who enjoy reading Christian romance that is heavier on the inspirational side, with an historical setting, likable characters, and an endearing plot.

    Written by Wishful Endings on October 12, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.wishfulendings.com/2014/10/review-giveaway-daughter-of-highland.html

  • A GREAT MESSAGE!

    I loved this story! I was immediately sympathetic toward Kate’s plight.I really enjoyed reading about Kate. I have a heart for missions and volunteer service myself, so I appreciated that aspect of the story, and the contrast between her life where she is being served and the one where she is serving others, and the surprising ways in which she chooses one over the other.

    Now I need to go back and read the first book!

    Written by Serving Joyfully on October 5, 2014 | e
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  • ANOTHER GREAT ADDITION TO A FUN SERIES.

    This book was every bit as good as the first one. I love that this series reminds me of Downton Abbey. Carrie has such a good writing style that makes the book just flow. To me this book was so good that I read it in one weekend. The research that Carrie does shows well in her writing. You can picture yourself right along side Katherine as she is going through the social season. I am looking forward to reading book three next year and to see where Carrie takes us next.

    Written by Griperang’s Bookmarks on October 4, 2014 | e
    Read my full review:https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1071981134

  • DAUGHTER OF HIGHLAND HALL REVIEW

    I’ve never read anything by this author and I really enjoyed this book. If you like Christian historical romance fiction (that’s a mouthful!) I’m sure you’ll enjoy this book.

    Written by The Talbert Report on October 4, 2014 | e
    Read my full review: http://www.christianbook.com/the-daughter-highland-hall-edwardian-brides/carrie-turansky/9781601424983/product-reviews/424983?submitted_review=1