The Governess of Highland Hall

Turansky, Carrie. The Governess of Highland Hall. Colorado Springs, CO: Multnomah Books. 2013.

governess When Julia Foster returns from missionary work in India, she needs to find employment to support her mother and father. Though only intending the governess position for which she applies to be temporary, several situations may change her mind (including the dashing Sir William Ramsey, master of Highland Hall)…

Never having read a book by Carrie Turansky before this one, I am now convinced I will definitely read more from this author (not to mention hopefully a sequel to Highland Hall). I liked the style in which the novel was written, the light romance which pursued and especially appreciated the Christian approach to life in which the Governess Julia lived (even through the tough times whereabouts we can all struggle). Very well done; very much enjoyed.

4.5 (out of 5) pennies

*I received a complimentary copy of The Governess of Highland Hall from Waterbrook Press Publishing for my honest review*


4 thoughts on “The Governess of Highland Hall

  1. Before reading this book, I read a different book by Carrie Turansky called Surrendered Hearts and although it is a contemporary book, I felt the same way! That I definitely wanted to read more books by her. I really liked this one as well.

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