Of Orphans and Angels is a uniquely written romantic work, which combines three separate and distinct stories within one common theme. The theme is one of an orphan who by contact with circumstance, need, and the aristocratic society of the time is given the opportunity to ascend the heights of social and material success.
All of the central characters, Hannah, Allecia, and Lainey depict love and sadness, tragedy and elation. The struggle of the individual to prevail over adversity and the hard coldness of realities worst is what all three of the leading ladies' characters project.
Woven intrinsically into the fiber of each story is the moral dilemma of wealth, dignity and social station versus poverty, faith and societies bare essentials. The victor being that of the individuals own faith and tenacity to overcome the power and false illusion of wealth.
Set in various localities from England to America from Canada to Switzerland, the excitement of the varied settings is eclipsed by the unexhausted valor and self-actualization of the varied heroines. You will love Hannah, wonder about Lainey and be totally mystified by Allecia.