Author: Julie Matern

The Governess of Banbury Park by Julie Matern

The Governess of Banbury Park by Julie Matern

Becoming a governess seems the only way Sophia can survive—until she meets the dashing Mr. Mortimer. Will his mother succeed in keeping them apart? At the reading of her father’s will, Sophia Cavanaugh learns that she is suddenly destitute. Impoverished, grief-stricken, and alone, she sees only one course open to her—becoming a governess. With little experience and no references, securing a position proves more difficult […]

April 14, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Secret of Haversham House by Julie Matern

The Secret of Haversham House by Julie Matern

Eighteen-year-old Francesca Haversham is privileged, beautiful, and naïve. Lineage, titles, and wealth are the ultimate virtues among nineteenth-century English aristocracy, and Francesca is elite society’s newest and most celebrated debutante from one of England’s most illustrious families. Her pedigree is impeccable—or is it? Her coming-out ball brings with it the appearance of one Mr. Langley Ashbourne, and Francesca is immediately taken in by his handsome […]

May 21, 2018 / 2 Comments