The Vicar's Daughter

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The Vicar's Daughter

The Vicar s Daughter Traveling into an era in time when gentlemen were honored and ladies were genteel creatures The Vicar s Daughter is a saga entwining a romance of love life and revenge When the reverend father of Es

  • Title: The Vicar's Daughter
  • Author: Christina Grubb
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 405
  • Format: ebook
  • Traveling into an era in time when gentlemen were honored and ladies were genteel creatures, The Vicar s Daughter is a saga entwining a romance of love, life and revenge.When the reverend father of Esther Dickson announces his decision to uproot the family and relocate, she is torn between a handsome lover and the duties of a daughter Why so sudden this plan to move away Traveling into an era in time when gentlemen were honored and ladies were genteel creatures, The Vicar s Daughter is a saga entwining a romance of love, life and revenge.When the reverend father of Esther Dickson announces his decision to uproot the family and relocate, she is torn between a handsome lover and the duties of a daughter Why so sudden this plan to move away Yet as she cannot persuade her father to remain, she has no choice but to go with her parents and see if she might not deceive them in some other way.Then, when the attentions of a former acquaintance begin to offend her, she refuses to heed her father s advice concerning him and instead begins to hate him As she seeks to know the true meaning to life, she is altered in an unspeakable way and her whole life is dramatically transformed.

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    1. Melody on said:

      Christina has a wonderful flow to her writing. This story is encouraging in that the character is one who has common problems (i.e. impure thoughts) that we young women struggle with today-- a character much similar Elisabeth Prentiss's Kate.

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