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The house of stone & ivy : a Regency romance

Author: Anita Stansfield
Publisher: American Fork, Utah : Covenant Communications, Inc., [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Orphaned as children, Hennie and Lottie share an unbreakable friendship. Together, they suffered the horrors of orphanages and the workhouse, and now grown, they continue to rely on each other. When Lottie approaches Hennie about a possible position at a manor house, Hennie is eager to work alongside her dear friend. However, to secure the positions as stable hands, they will have to undergo a bold act of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: LDS fiction
Fiction
Historical fiction
Romance fiction
Regency fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anita Stansfield
ISBN: 9781524408565 1524408565
OCLC Number: 1082269215
Description: 271 pages ; 23 cm
Other Titles: House of stone and ivy
Responsibility: Anita Stansfield.

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"Orphaned as children, Hennie and Lottie share an unbreakable friendship. Together, they suffered the horrors of orphanages and the workhouse, and now grown, they continue to rely on each other. When Lottie approaches Hennie about a possible position at a manor house, Hennie is eager to work alongside her dear friend. However, to secure the positions as stable hands, they will have to undergo a bold act of deception: the women must disguise themselves as men. Upon arriving at the manor, Hennie is stunned. Her new position is at Ivy Manor--the beautiful estate where her mother was employed long ago and where Hennie was raised until her mother's death. Hennie has wonderful memories of her friendship with the son of the house, Jack, and is shocked and dismayed to learn he has vanished. Living in disguise at the manor allows her to gradually uncover the truth of Jack's disappearance and eventually find him. Both Hennie and Jack are thrilled to be reunited, and their friendship is renewed. Soon, their relationship blossoms . . . and threatens their determination to remain concealed. With so much at stake, will they be prepared to risk everything for love?"--

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