The Governess of Highland Hall



The Governess of Highland Hall Missionary Julia Foster Loves Working Alongside Her Parents, But When The Family Must Return To England Due To Illness, She Readily Accepts The Burden For Her Parents Financial Support Taking On A Job At Highland Hall As Governess, She Quickly Finds That Teaching Her Four Ill Mannered Charges At A Grand Estate Is Challenging Than Expected Widowed And Left To Care For His Two Young Children And His Deceased Cousin S Two Teenage Girls, William Ramsey Is Consumed With Saving The Estate From Financial Ruin The Last Thing He Needs Is Any Distraction Coming From The Kindhearted Yet Determined Governess Who Seems To Be Quietly Transforming His Household With Her Persuasive Personality Julia And William Are Determined To Do What It Takes To Save Their Families Common Ground That Proves Fertile For Unexpected Feelings But Will William Choose Julia S Steadfast Heart And Faith Over The Wealth And Power He Needs To Secure Highland Hall S Future

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  • The Governess of Highland Hall
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  • 15 October 2019
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10 thoughts on “The Governess of Highland Hall

  1. Carrie Turansky says:

    I am so excited to share this novel with all my reading friends I hope you enjoy the story The Governess of Highland Hall is a historical romance set in England in 1911 1912 During the Edwardian Era wealth and social standing ruled the day But when Julia Foster, a spirited young governess and former missionary to India, arrives at Highland Hall to care for Sir William Ramsey s two children and teenage cousins, everything changes William has recently inherited his late cousin s title and esta I am so excited to share this novel with all my reading friends I hope you enjoy the story The Governess of Highland Hall is a historical romance set in England in 1911 1912 During the Edwardian Era wealth and social standing ruled the day But when Julia Foster, a spirited young governess and former missionary to India, arrives at Highland Hall to care for Sir William Ramsey s two children and teenage cousins, everything changes William has recently inherited his late cousin s title and estate, but increasing financial pressure makes it seem as though he will lose it...

  2. Misfit says:

    October 1911 Berkshire, England Julia Foster has been living in India with her family doing missionary work, but her father s illness brings the family back to England and she takes the job as governess to Sir William Ramsey s two children There s also a couple of older girls in the house nieces I think , plus Sir William s on the shelf supposedly unmarriageable sister William wasn t raised to be the lord of the manor, but a few inconvenient deaths in the family left it all in his hands, and October 1911 Berkshire, England Julia Foster has been living in India with her family doing missionary work, but her father s illness brings the family back to England and she takes the job as governess to Sir William Ramsey s two children There s also a couple of older girls in the house nieces I think , plus Sir William s on the shelf supposedly unmarriageable sister William wasn t raised to be the lord of the manor, but a few inconvenient deaths in the family left it all in his hands, and he spends most of the time worrying over how to raise money for the death taxes He worries and worries and worries and worries and worries and worries and worries until you re sick to death hearing about those two words death taxes.My two cents While I am not dead set against the inspirational genre, I don t care for it to be so heavy handed t...

  3. Marian Baay says:

    Carrie Turansky takes her readers back to 1911, England, where we will meet some fascinating characters between the walls of Highland Hall.Julia Foster spent twelve years in India, helping her parents with missionary work among young girls Her father s health declined and they had to return to England Now it is Julia s task to financially care for her parents She finds a job as governess at Highland Hall a beautiful estate with Sir William Ramsey as the new master.Sir William is a widower wit Carrie Turansky takes her readers back to 1911, England, where we will meet some fascinating characters between the walls of Highland Hall.Julia Foster spent twelve years in India, helping her parents with missionary work among young girls Her father s health declined and they had to return to England Now it is Julia s task to financially care for her parents She finds a job as governess at Highland Hall a beautiful estate with Sir William Ramsey as the new master.Sir William is a widower with two young children He inherited Highland Hall from his co...

  4. Terri Gillespie says:

    PACK UP YOUR BAGS, DOWNTON ABBEY FANS YOU LL LOVE RELOCATING TO HIGHLAND HALL Set in the same time period as Downton Abbey, The Governess of Highland Hall Book one of the Edwardian Brides Series by Carrie Turansky, opens with Julia Foster seeking employment as a governess In 1900 s England, there is little else a former missionary to India can do to help support her mother and sick father.She is hired by the handsome, temperamental Sir William Ramsey who has also experie...

  5. Zoe McCarthy says:

    The Governess of Highland Hall invited me to a 1911 English country estate and introduced me to Julia Foster at the moment she s forced on an uncertain life path After twelve years of missionary work in India, her father s illness has returned her family to England with insufficient income Although lacking some needed skills, Julia secures a governess position in a grand house Her added responsibility for the master s two teenaged nieces, who itch to enter society and abhor authority, make th The Governess of Highland Hall invited me to a 1911 English country estate and introduced me to Julia Foster at the moment she s forced on an uncertain life path After twelve years of missionary work in India, her father s illness has returned her family to England with insufficient income Although lacking some needed skills, Julia secures a...

  6. Hannah says:

    4.5 starsThis story was a delight The plot kept turning in unexpected directions, which was delightful the surprise directions kept me turning the pages And, while I might have predicted the romance, I would not have ...

  7. Anne says:

    This was a beautiful book It was rich, deep, and inspiring I thoroughly enjoyed it and gobbled it up in a few days, unable to put it downGiving your heart away before you are certain of a man s character and commitment is dangerous You must discern his true intentions or you ll pay a high priceReligious, principled and courageous missionary Julia Foster arrives at Highland Hall in the hopes of securing the post of governess to Sir William s two children and two cousins Sir William is a This was a beautiful book It was rich, deep, and inspiring I thoroughly enjoyed it and gobbled it up in a few days, unable to put it downGiving your heart away before you are certain of a man s character and commitment is dangerous You must discern his true intentions or you ll pay a high priceReligious, principled and courageous missionary Julia Foster arrives at Highland Hall in the hopes of securing the post of governess to Sir William s two children and two cousins Sir William is a widower, who has just inherited Highland and is faced with difficulties on all sides financial troubles, resentment on his cousins parts, haunting memories of his late unfaithful wife, and now a new governess who reproaches him on his approach with his children No wonder the poor man is exhausted and doesn t know where to turn his head I loved William from the moment we meet him at the beginning, trying to...

  8. Brittany says:

    The Governess of Highland Hall is a beautiful romance set in England in the early 1900 s Fans of Downton Abbey will appreciate the wonderful descriptions of the estate, as well as the many people who live and work there I truly enjoyed the descriptions of both the wealthy family members living in Highland Hall and the servants working there.The sto...

  9. Heather Manning says:

    I really, really, really liked this book I also did not expect to like it as much as I did.For one, I honestly had not heard of the author before, but I can guarantee you that I will be looking forfrom her soon Anyway, on to the actual book It s setting is amazing I love that it is late enough in history to have automobiles, but early enough to still be set in the grand, opulent halls of an old English manor The setting reminds me somewhat of Downton Abbey.I loved the added touch of t I really, really, really liked this book I also did not expect to like it as much as I did.For one, I honestly had not heard of the author before, but I can guarantee you that I will be looking forfrom her soon Anyway, on to the actual book It s setting is amazing I love that it is late enough in history to have automobiles, but early enough to still be set in the grand, opulent halls of an old English manor The setting reminds me somewhat of Downton Abbey.I loved the added touch of the love of mission work in India that the main character, Julia, has At first I did not really love either mai...

  10. Vickie McDonough says:

    Julia Foster s life takes a drastic turn when she and her parents leave India, where they were missionaries, and return to England Julia takes a position as a governess, but her misbehaving wards challenge her as she never expected So does their handsome but preoccupied father, William Ramsey, who seems too caught up in his business affairs to pay any attention to his needy children Through kindness and prayers, Julia slowly breaks down the walls of prejudice and pride But just when she feel Julia Foster s life takes a drastic turn when she and her parents leave India, where they were missionaries, and return to England Julia takes a position as a governess, but her misbehaving wards challenge her as she never expected So does their handsome but preoccupied father, William Ramsey, who seems too caught up in his business affairs to pay any attention to his needy children Through kindness and prayers, Julia slowly breaks down the walls of prejudice and pride But just when she feels she s losing her heart to her staid employer, a beautiful American arrives a woman with the means to solve William s desperate financial problems Will tradition and prestige prove to great an obstacle for William to overcome, even for the sake of true love I ll be the first to admit that Edwardian England is not my favorite setting for a book, but The Governess of Highland Hall held my interest from ...

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