The Tutor's Daughter

This book review is for the novel "The Tutor's Daughter" by Julie Klassen.

I have to start out by admitting to being a super fan of Julie's books! As soon as I saw the email for this one and knew that she had a new book coming out I REALLY wanted to read it and very eagerly waited for the package containing this lovely new adventure to arrive in the mail.

Her books remind me so much of Jane Austin while definitely having her own unique spin on this lovely time period. The only annoying thing about this book is when you finish reading it and want so much more of the story or at least a new next book to dive into!

I cannot highly recommend The Tutor's Daughter enough. Even if you have never read one of Julie's books before I really believe that you will become just as a much of a fan of her work as I am almost as soon as you crack the cover!

She did such an amazing job keeping you guessing with this story line throughout almost the entire book. While reading I would find myself turning over the mystery in my mind trying to figure it the heck out.
I had many theories which all proved to be wrong but was still an excellent conclusion.

The great thing about Julie's books are how she so totally pulls you into the world that she has so lovingly crafted and you don't even realize how much you have concentrated so solely on the story until you come up for air or maybe a food break ;)

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Emma Smallwood has found herself at a loss for how to deal with her father's seemingly endless sad moods since her mother passed away.

He is an excellent tutor, whom she assists, at running a boarding school for boys.

With their last pupil leaving to go on with the next level of his education they have no more students lined up to take his place and her father shows no interest in getting more students to fill the gaping holes in their lively hood.

Emma takes matters into her own hands and prevails upon herself to write a letter to the father of two of their previous students whom she happens to know has two younger sons who have never been sent to their school.

She has quite the shock when the baronet writes back inviting her father to be a tutor in residence so that his sons don't have to leave their mothers home.

Emma accompanies her father on this new quest but has no idea the mystery that shrouds the forbidden mansion that rises imposingly above the jagged cliffs or the old feeling that would be stirred for the Weston boys who did attend her fathers school.

Once again I have to highly recommend this novel and almost feel like reading it again myself!


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Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for a review. I am not required to post a positive one. All opinions expressed are my own and they are sincere.