I personally have had my eyes on this book for quite some time now. I am pleased that I got the chance to review this book.
The Governess of Highland Hall is about a governess and a widow who has inherited a grand manor placing him in high society position. Whereas, the governess is not considered of any social ranking. The governess is young and close in age to the widow. They can’t help but feel a connection with each other despite knowing the uproar it could cause them and their family. They weren’t the only couple that had to be concerned with society’s opinion of them being together. In fact, William’s sister has a relationship that caused quite a stir too. Between the two couples, there was plenty of drama to be had all throughout the book.
This book wasn’t just about the drama of the couples, but also about William being able to hang on to the estate he had been entrusted with. He was trying to keep it from his staff, but like any normal situation the rumor mills started. Those were quite interesting to read for sure.
I started reading this book and definitely made time to finish it in a timely manner. I couldn’t wait to find out what happened to the governess and the rest of the characters in this book. It was a perfect read for taking my mind off it all. I’ve read other books by Carrie Turansky in the past, but didn’t remember that I’ve read them. Reading this book reminded me, just how much I enjoyed reading this author’s work.
Have you read any books by Carrie Turansky? Which one is your favorite?