Lily of the Manor by Anita Stansfield

July 11, 2017 | 1 Comment
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Lily of the Manor by Anita StansfieldLily of the Manor
Author: Anita Stansfield
Genres: General Historical
Format: Audio, eBook, Print
Pages: 272
Date: July 1, 2017
Publisher: Covenant

Broadbent Manor is a home brimming with life and love. With eleven adopted children in her care, young widow Lily Broadbent is in search of the right tutor to instruct and nurture her young charges. So when Frederick Woodstone arrives on her doorstep seeking the position, Lily is quickly impressed by his qualifications—but even more pleased with his gentle manner and immediate rapport with the children that society cast aside. It is clear: Mr. Woodstone is a perfect fit for the family.

From the moment he arrives at the manor, Frederick is enchanted by the lady of the house. Lily is a pillar of strength and compassion, and her striking beauty is undeniable. As the pair works side by side to teach the children, their professional association evolves into something far deeper. But when they stumble upon a young boy in dire circumstances, their relationship is put to the test as Lily makes the impetuous decision to rescue the child—no matter the consequences. What follows is a chain of events that will threaten all that Lily has built for her young family, as the fight for the safety of one small boy becomes a battle between life and death.

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About Anita Stansfield

Anita Stansfield

Anita Stansfield has been a queen of romantic fiction for more than a decade. Her work has shattered the stereotypes of romance novels with her trademark ability to combine great storytelling with intense psychological depth as she focuses on the emotional struggles of the human experience.

One response to “Lily of the Manor by Anita Stansfield

  1. Connie Fischer

    I read and reviewed “The Heir of Brownlee Manor” and am looking forward to reading/reviewing “Lily of the Manor.”

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