Shy and timid Lenora Wilton has spent most of her life either behind the keys of her beloved pianoforte or in the shadow of her younger sister, Cassie. But when Lenora decides to travel to Bath to live with her Aunt Gwen and teach music at an all-girls' boarding school, she begins a journey of self-discovery that leads her to a surprising romance. Lenora must decide if she is willing to risk her heart for a chance to love and be loved in return.
This book could be read on its own, but will be more meaningful if you read "The Vicor's Daughter" first, as Lenora is a main character in that book.
This book was thought provoking and clean, a good mixture of romance and life experiences. The author well understands different personalities and temperments, so the characters are believable. The reading is excellent. One can always tell who is talking.
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