for a woman who supports her family. Charlotte Hale, however, is on her way to a job she loves. She’s always wanted to be a reporter and is finally given the opportunity to work undercover with the promise of a promotion if she does well.
Except, the situation just doesn’t feel, well, honorable. Not that she has much of a choice. She has her sister’s hospital bills to pay and the new roof still isn’t paid. But is it really worth lying?
What makes her feel even more deceitful is that she’s to go undercover as the governess for Daniel Wilmot. The Daniel Wilmot who writes articles against the exploitation of workers. The Daniel Wilmot who teaches religion at the local university. The Daniel Wilmot who not only preaches the Word but sincerely believes what he preaches.
This is a perfect YA romance. It’s sweet and cute. I will admit that I enjoyed the story but wasn’t drawn in and held.
Have you read any on this series? Did you agree?.
|Series:||Ladies of Summerhill||2|
|Publisher:||Thomas Nelson||Publish Date:||January 11th 2011|
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