Monday, January 27, 2014

*The Headmistress of Rosemere*

The Headmistress of Rosemere (Whispers on the Moors #2)

The Headmistress of Rosemere..... volume two in the *Whispers on the Moors* series.
It is here!

For those of you who entered the world of the Regency English countryside with book one, The Heiress of Winterwood, you may remember the hero, Graham Sterling.

And you may remember that Graham had a brother, the younger Sterling.
William Sterling. We meet William again in this book.

When this story begins, William is already on the path to sobriety and better decisions, yet he still has a lot of growing and changing to do before he fits the role of hero.
He must learn to look outside of himself, to help others. He must find a way to make the best choices possible in the present as he faces up to the consequences of his past.

And William has a lot of past to reckon with.... like "threats on his life" and that sort of thing.

And there, stepping into his life at this point, is Patience Creighton.
In the beginning, she is in the background, as a tenant and teacher at the girl's school on William's estate. Yet soon Patience is at the forefront of William's mind, his affections, and his life purpose.

Oh, what a woman can do to a man! {Which sounds like something out of a Vince Gill song!}

And Patience and William are only the main characters, there is a whole supporting cast.
We meet Patience's grieving mother, her returning brother, and her sweet friend and fellow teacher Cassandra, as well as the young ladies from their classes, and the pet goat and unofficial mascot of Rosemere.

I have a guess about who will be the third book's heroine... I'm eager to see if I'm right!

Looking forward to The Lady of Willowgrove Hall.

Thank you Litfuse and Sarah Ladd for my review copy!

Sarah E. LaddHello, I am Sarah E. Ladd, author of "The Heiress of Winterwood", which is an inspirational romance novel set in Regency England. This book is the first book of the "Whispers on the Moors" series and will release April 2013. 

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