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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Maid of Fairbourne Hall 4. To escape a scheme to marry her off to a dishonorable man, Margaret Macy flees London disguised as a housemaid. If she can remain unwed until her next birthday, she will receive an inheritance, and with it, sweet independence.
But she never planned on actually working as a servant. And certainly not in the home of Nathaniel and Lewis Upchurch--both former suitors. As she f To escape a scheme to marry her off to a dishonorable man, Margaret Macy flees London disguised as a housemaid. As she fumbles through the first real work of her life, Margaret struggles to keep her identity secret when suspicions arise and prying eyes visit Fairbourne Hall.
Can she avoid a trap meant to force her from hiding? Brimming with romance and danger, The Maid of Fairbourne Hall takes readers inside the fascinating belowstairs world of a 19th-century English manor, where appearances can be deceiving. Paperback , pages. Published January 1st by Bethany House Publishers. London, England , United Kingdom.
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Should a 13 year old girl read this? Emma My answer is yes. That is my opinion, and I don't know about other parents or young teenagers themselves. I think a 13 year old girl can read this.
See 2 questions about The Maid of Fairbourne Hall…. Lists with This Book. Dec 24, Katie rated it it was amazing. First posted on my blog, Legacy of a Writer.
Julie Klassen is the 21st century's Jane Austen! Open this book and Klassen will transports you back to the early s, in England, when upper-class Margaret Macy suddenly finds her life altered to that of a lowly housemaid.
The first character that struck me the strongest and grabbed my attention was wild-mannered and dashingly good lookin First posted on my blog, Legacy of a Writer. The first character that struck me the strongest and grabbed my attention was wild-mannered and dashingly good looking Nathaniel Upchurch. At his first appearance after years in Barabdos, I was glued to the pages and instantly intrigued about this man.
Margaret took a little longer for me to warm up to, but through no fault of the author! She was just a bit too uppity. Once she was brought low and humbled as a housemaid—and learned so many lessons about the people who work so hard behind the scenes—she grew on me.
For being a rather thick book, I flew through the pages, easily. And found it very hard to put it down at the end of each chapter. Klassen excels at keeping the reader riveted to the pages, both with her awesome, intricate storyplot and her deep, endearing characters. The things that Margaret had to go through as a housemaid certainly made for some amusing moments. Especially her first time at emptying a chamber pot! Haha, I was laughing out loud—how gross! A few of the male characters have less than honorable designs toward women, especially the servant girls, but details are never given.
I was swept away in this lovely tale where the reader gets a behind the scenes look at what life was like for the servants in a 19th century English manor. View all 14 comments. Aug 07, Srta Books rated it really liked it Shelves: I had The Maid of Fairbourne Hall on my "yay coming soon!!! I call it "Book Anxiety," which I may write an essay or treatise about sometime. And after reading — well, score one for the Book Anxiety.
And that's never happened with a Klassen book before. All of Klassen's books feature conflicted heroines hiding — literally or metaphorically — from their families. Unlike the unique and compelling situations of her previous novels, however, this one fell flat.
It takes a LOT of creativity to make this particular premise work successfully, and unfortunately Klassen just couldn't pull it off. The main characters… Nathaniel was a decent beta hero — not quite swoon-worthy, but likeable enough for me to root for his HEA. Her transformation from spoiled debutante to socially-conscious servant seemed too easy and superficial. I needed a stronger sense of danger to justify Margaret running away, and a MUCH stronger sense of attraction between Margaret and Nathaniel to feel a sustained emotional connection between them.
I also had to knock it another half-star for that creepy cover photo what is wrong with her eyes??? However, I still love Klassen's writing style, especially the sense of history and atmosphere she conveys. Mar 13, Kate rated it really liked it Shelves: This is the first book of Julie Klassen that I have read and it will not be my last.
I did not think I could enjoy and get as involved in a book as I did with this one. I want to say one thing before giving my review of the book. The book is a slow start and I was myself tempted to put it down and skip it.
I am so glad that I did not and continued reading on. The story gets better and better and really does a nice job tying everything up at the end. The story takes you This is the first book of Julie Klassen that I have read and it will not be my last. The story takes you back to England and introduces the reader to the main character Margaret Macy. Margaret is a somewhat spoiled lady and takes her servants and her comforts for granted at times.
This though will all change when Margaret must leave her home and hide from her stepfather. Her stepfather has plans of her marrying his nephew, though Margaret has plans of her own. As the book goes on, Margaret along her journey of running away and becoming a house servant herself soon learns the meaning of hard work, honesty, thinking of others and even love.
Margaret always had suitors but never really gave any one of them a thought. Except for Lewis and Nathaniel Upchurch. These two brothers have asked for her hand and she refused them. Now living under the same roof with them playing a servant will her heart learn to care for one of them or both? Excellent read and a real treat getting an in depth look at what being a downstairs servant was really like.
I enjoyed this one much more than the last couple of Julie Klassen novels I've read. It may be because the heroine wasn't being punished for being a "fallen woman. At the most, some Bible verses and a few quick prayers were all that reminded me that this was a Christian romance, thank God.
I do like to read a good romance that focuses more on the emotional aspect of love rather than sex scenes, but a I enjoyed this one much more than the last couple of Julie Klassen novels I've read. I do like to read a good romance that focuses more on the emotional aspect of love rather than sex scenes, but also doesn't preach at me.
Believe it or not, that's hard to find. Mainly, this was a story of a selfish, proud woman who finds herself in the position of a servant and learns what it's like to be on the other side.
The upstairs-downstairs aspect was interesting. I do tend to enjoy how Klassen's romances explore aspects of the time period that you don't often get in a romance, making them closer to the Historical Fiction end of the spectrum. Although some of it might have been a bit far-fetched, that's often true of Regency romances. I was able to sit back and enjoy this one. I'm glad I decided to pick it up. I almost didn't after the bitter taste the last couple books had left me. I loved this book!!!
This is the second book I've read by Julie Klassen and I've loved both books so very much!! Julie Klassen is my new favorite author! I was sad when I reached the last page of this book and immediately thought, I need to re-read this book again some day. I loved reading about these characters.
I loved reading as Margaret Macy's character developed and changed as she became the person she was in the end, as well as the others who became better and better as the story unfolded.
I have another Julie Klassen ebook from the library and I am excited to start it as soon as possible! View all 16 comments./p>
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