Julie Klassen's The Tutor's Daughter (Bethany House Publisher's, 2013) is an absolute delight from beginning to end. Set in early 18th century England on the Cornwall coast, the story uses the history and drama of its setting to full advantage. The manners and customs of the era are flawlessly presented; Klassen never hits a false note. I related fully to "bluestocking" Emma and her love of books, and I think that I might have fallen a bit in love with one of the Weston brothers myself. The Tutor's Daughter is a must-read for fans of traditional Regency romances, and I highly recommend it.
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