Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The Maid of Fairbourne Hall by Julie Klassen

Don't miss the perfect blend of Regency-era romance and mystery in The Maid of Fairbourne Hall! Grab a copy and then be sure to enter Julie's Kindle Fire Giveaway and RSVP for her Author Chat party on Facebook! Swoon.

One fortunate winner will receive:
  • A brand new Kindle Fire
  • A Julie Klassen Library (The Maid of Fairbourne Hall, The Girl in the Gatehouse, and The Silent Governess)
Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends 3/14/12. Winner will be announced at Julie's Fairbourne Hall Book Chat Party on 3/15. Julie will be hosting an evening of chat, trivia and a sneak peek of her next book - bring your friends! She'll also be giving away some GREAT prizes: gift certificates, books and a Downton Abbey Prize Pack (Seasons 1 and 2)!

So grab your copy of The Maid of Fairbourne Hall and join Julie and friends on the evening of March 15th for a book chat party.
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Don't miss a moment of the fun. RSVP today and tell your friends via FACEBOOK or TWITTER and increase your chances of winning. Hope to see you on March 15th!

1 comment:

  1. This is a superb book. I literally could not stop reading. A lot of others have gone into the basic story so I won't, but it's a classic "romance" with a wicked guardian and a run-away heroine.

    It is obvious that the author did a lot of solid research on the lives of servants during Victorian times and it shows. I found in particular the relationship between the heroine and her former maid (who actually helps her run away) very realistic and nicely done.

    I gave this four stars instead of five for the following reasons: First, this book is advertised as a "Christian" romance - published by one of the largest online Christian publishers. I found that a bit fake and sort of manipulative. There's nothing Christian about these characters except at intervals in the story (almost like an after-thought) the characters have morning prayers or read their Bibles. And then three chapters later, "Ooops, time for prayers again." But don't get me wrong, there's nothing in this book that would offend anyone who's looking for a very "clean" romance.


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