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Aurora's Pride Paperback – 14 Mar 2017
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This book is beautifully written and set at the turn of the 20th century, in Yorkshire. Rich in historical detail and filled with engaging characters and a plot that twists and turns. Would be recommended to those who enjoyed Downtown Abbey. - Lynda Stacey author.
Another romantic tearjerker by Ms Brear, set in nineteenth century Yorkshire with an authentic atmosphere and lots of conflict.
Aurora suffers two setbacks in quick succession, and rejected and heartbroken she leaves her family rather than disgrace their name Her formerly comfortable life takes a downward turn in all directions when she has to make a living in a poor area of town.
Aurora has more spirit than even she imagined and she not only survives long hours in menial jobs with demanding employers, but unwilling to bring disgrace to the man she loves, she stands by her principles and goes it alone
As with all AnneMarie Brear’s novels, the route to the end is uncertain – will she, won’t she – but it’s definitely worth the wait. - Anita Davison author
About the Author
Australian born AnneMarie Brear writes historical women's fiction and modern romances. Her passions, apart from writing, are reading, researching, genealogy, roaming historical sites, buying books and gardening. AnneMarie is currently living in England.
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