Sunday, February 10, 2013

Book Review: The Tutor's Daughter by Julie Klassen

Emma Smallwood and her Father are to spend a year at Ebbington Manor tutoring a baronet's twin sons. But when they arrive, it seems they have come at a bad time, although no-one is saying exactly why. When strange things start happening around the house, especially in Emma's room, her curiosity and soon her fear is piqued. 

Adding to the tension around the house is the presence of the baronets older sons, both of whom have lived with the Smallwoods in the past, leaving memories and impressions that are hard to alter.
When the strange happenings start to turn dangerous, Emma will need figure out who to trust with her safety and her heart.

Julie Klassen is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors! I loved, loved, loved this book!!! Definitely in my top five! It was like Pride and Prejudice meets Jane Eyre.  So fantastic - I was sad to see it end. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is a Jane Austen fan. So good!

A huge thank you to Bethany House Publishers for a free copy of this book to review.

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