The Painter's Daughter

The Painter's Daughter

Book - 2015
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"In 1815, a painter's daughter on the north Devon coast agrees to marry a stranger to avoid scandal, but her choice is complicated by the return of a former lover and a growing affection for the husband she barely knows"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group, [2015]
ISBN: 9780764210723
Characteristics: 458 pages ; 22 cm


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Jan 24, 2017

Good read! Kept me interested all the way through.

Nov 07, 2016

I was not motivated to push through the fluff of this book because of its the author's mediocre writing ability. I did give it 3 stars, however, because I read only a few books of this genre, so maybe the better ones are the "exception to the rule."

Feb 15, 2016

This book was a refreshing considering my last Julie Klassen experience ("lady Maybe" released under a "different publisher"...go figure) I was glad that Klassen got back to " the "style" that her many fans were accustomed to. it was classically Klassen, engaging the reader in a touching romance and as usual, a house full of secrets. Besides the *Hollywood* really, the love triangle's epic conclusion at the edge of a cliff?? (rolls eyes) it was still a decent book. It was enjoyable but I was strangely relived it was over.

Jan 06, 2016

Not as good as The Tutor's Daughter but definitely one of her better books. It is a nice clean historical romantic story. There is secrets and deceptions and not everything works out the way Sophie might want. But it has a great ending. Worth reading.


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