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Miss Lochinvar

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By: (1866-1945)

Miss Lochinvar by Marion Ames Taggart is a charming and heartwarming tale that transports readers back to a time when manners and propriety were paramount. The story follows the young and spirited Miss Lochinvar as she navigates the complexities of society and love in 19th century England.

The characters are richly drawn and engaging, each with their own quirks and flaws that make them feel real and relatable. Miss Lochinvar herself is a delightful protagonist, with her wit and intelligence shining through in every interaction.

The writing is elegant and evocative, capturing the essence of the time period with vivid descriptions and lyrical prose. Taggart does an excellent job of immersing the reader in the world of high society and drawing them into the drama and romance that unfolds.

Overall, Miss Lochinvar is a delightful read that will appeal to fans of historical fiction and romance. With its charming characters, captivating plot, and lush setting, it is sure to transport readers to another time and place. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a captivating escape into the past.

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At breakfast, Mr. Graham drops the bombshell that his niece -- Joan, Jane or Janet, he's not sure which, will be arriving from the west to live with his large family. The news is met with mixed emotions - horror from his wife, resentment from the eldest two daughters and amusement from the eldest son. What will this stranger be like? How will she fit in with her cousins? - Summary by Lynne Thompson


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