The Convent Orphan (The Winds of Misery Victorian Romance #6) (A Family Saga Novel‪)‬

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Publisher Description

She only wants to belong to a family. But is she doomed to loneliness?

Forced to be a scullery maid for a vile man, Lillian lives in fear.

But an orphan has few choices in life.

She can either endure, or give in.

She only wishes to see him again, the wealthy, young gentleman that was kind to her once…

Mr Robert Christopher, a gentleman from one of the wealthiest families in England.

He makes regular donations to the convent.

And when he meets young Lillian, she is intrigued.

But he does not recognize her when he meets her again… and again.

Lillian longs for the kindness of Robert Christopher…

But knows that orphans are not good enough for a man like him.

She struggles to survive, and to be free,

Moving from one life to the next, until luck is on her side.

Robert remembers the young orphan girl, but when he meets her as an adult, he does not recognize her.

She has turned into a beautiful young woman and a lady.

But instead of telling her his true feelings, he uses her.

Will she ever forgive him for this?

Will they ever be together?

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2020
February 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
359
Pages
PUBLISHER
Dorothy Green
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
428.4
KB

Customer Reviews

ChicagoAnnie ,

Rather bland

While the syntax, sentence structure, punctuation (*mostly* British format), use of tense and pronouns is not as bad as the previous 3 books, it is still bad. (FYI: it’s “she and I not her and I,” for example.)

The plot was rather bland, without a discernible climax and the only real hardship or destitution was in the 1st third of the book.

As I have read all this author’s previous books in this series, I found that the plots became weaker and less engaging with each book. I enjoyed #1, T̠h̠e̠ R̠a̠g̠g̠e̠d̠ M̠a̠i̠d̠, so eagerly purchased the succeeding ones.

I believe in giving an author the benefit of the doubt, so I plowed through each one, hoping that 𝒎𝒂𝒚𝒃𝒆 there might be improvement. Number 3, A̠n̠ A̠l̠o̠n̠e̠ a̠n̠d̠ D̠e̠s̠t̠i̠t̠u̠t̠e̠ G̠i̠r̠l̠, was the worst, but there was only the minutest with succeeding volumes.

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