The Tutors Daughter

The Tutors Daughter Emma Smallwood, Determined To Help Her Widowed Father Regain His Spirits When His Academy Fails, Agrees To Travel With Him To The Distant Cornwall Coast, To The Cliff Top Manor Of A Baronet And His Four Sons But After They Arrive And Begin Teaching The Younger Boys, Mysterious Things Begin To Happen And Danger Mounts Who Does Emma Hear Playing The Pianoforte, Only To Find The Music Room Empty Who Sneaks Into Her Room At Night Who Rips A Page From Her Journal, Only To Return It With A Chilling Illustration The Baronet S Older Sons, Phillip And Henry, Wrestle With Problems And Secrets Of Their Own They Both Remember Emma Smallwood From Their Days At Her Father S Academy She Had Been An Awkward, Studious Girl But Now One Of Them Finds Himself Unexpectedly Drawn To Her.When The Suspicious Acts Escalate, Can The Clever Tutor S Daughter Figure Out Which Brother To Blame And Which Brother To Trust With Her Heart

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 416 pages
  • The Tutors Daughter
  • Julie Klassen
  • English
  • 23 May 2017

10 thoughts on “The Tutors Daughter

  1. says:

    Julie Klassen is one of those authors I knew I would love even before reading her I was agreeably surprised to discover that her style is a pleasant mix of Jane Austen and the Bront sisters This novel combines to excellence well drawn and fascinating characters, mysterious settings, family secrets and gothic atmosphere I was swept away in the story within the first few pages and had a really hard time putting it down, because I simply had to know what would happen next Emma Smallwood and he Julie Klassen is one of those authors I knew I would love even before reading her I was agreeably surprised to discover that her style is a pleasant mix of Jane Austen and the Bront sisters This novel combines to excellence well drawn and fascinating characters, mysterious settings, family secrets and gothic atmosphere I was swept away in the story within the first few pages and had a really hard time putting it down, because I simply had to know what would happen next Emma Smallwood and her father arrive in Cornwall where Mr Smallwood has accepted a position as tutor to the two youngest sons of the Weston family of Ebbington Manor Strangely, although Sir Giles Weston has invited them, there is no one to welcome them upon their arrival, and they are made to feel unwelcome at Ebbington by Lady We...

  2. says:

    3.5 stars, rounding up This is a pretty good historical romance, with a little bit of semi gothic mystery and suspense mixed in, sort of like a Christian version of an old Victoria Holt novel Emma, the daughter of a widower, accompanies her father to Cornwall, where he will be the in house tutor for the younger half brothers of Henry and Phillip Weston, whom she knew as younger boys when they used to attend her father s academy for boys Phillip was the outgoing, friendly one who flirted with 3.5 stars, rounding up This is a pretty good historical romance, with a little bit of semi gothic mystery and suspense mixed in, sort of like a Christian version of an old Victoria Holt novel Emma, the daughter of a widower, accompanies her father to Cornwall, where he will be the in house tutor for the younger half brothers of Henry and Phillip Weston, whom she knew as younger boys when they used to attend her father s academy fo...

  3. says:

    If I were rating this book solely on the first half of the book I probably would give it 3 To a certain point I really like Klassen s writing That point would be when about half way through the book it begins to draaaaaaag on And on And I start holding it up and comparing pages to see how much longer it is going to last and think SURELY I have to be further than this Because although Klassen is an interesting, perhaps even entertaining, author, she just doesn t have the chops to sustain i If I were rating this book solely on the first half of the book I probably would give it 3 To a certain point I really like Klassen s writing That point would be when about half way through the book it begins to draaaaaaag on And on And I start holding it up and comparing pages to see how much longer it is going to last and think SURELY I have to be further than this Because although Klassen is an interesting, perhaps even entertaining, author, she just doesn t have the chops to sustain interest for 400 pages, particularly not when one can easily figure out within the first 50 just where the story is going and who, in the end, gets the girl If you like Christian fluff fiction with an historical bent, you ll probably enjoy this She s decent at the genre Don t look for depth of writing or really anything remarkably...

  4. says:

    UPDATEI just realized that I somehow forgot to add this book to my read shelf Concerning the book, all I can say is that it I actually liked it which is an absolute shock for me since I had already determined that I would dislike it, but I really enjoyed the story In fact, this is the only Julie Klassen book that I like Every other one I ve read was boring or the characters seemed plain to me With this book however, I was totally invested in the plot and needed to know what was going to happ UPDATEI just realized that I somehow forgot to add this book to my read shelf Concerning the book, all I can say is that it I actually liked it which is an absolute shock for me since I had already determined that I would dislike it, but I really enjoyed the story In fact, this is the only Julie Klassen book that I like Every other one I ve read was boring or the characters seemed plain to me With this book however, I was totally invested in the plot and needed to know what was going to happen Plus the romance was really sweet and I enjoyed seeing flashbacks of the main characters as children They were adorable In addition, the mystery in the novel actually kept me guessing, and was written skillfully so I was hooked However the best thing about the story was that there was no love triangle What a relief.4 surprising stars for me.2016I really wanna read...

  5. says:

    4.5 starsPublication date 1 Jan 2013, 28 Feb in the UK according toUK The Tutor s Daughter is an well written and engaging romantic mystery set in Cornwall in the early years of the 19th Century, at a time when the Cornish coast was a haven for smugglers and wreckers locals who would plunder the goods of foundering and wrecked ships, often ignoring the plight of the crew in favour of saving the cargo.Emma Smallwood lives with her widowed father at his small boys school in Devonshire, 4.5 starsPublication date 1 Ja...

  6. says:

    Emma Smallwood s life suddenly changes when she decides to move to Cornwall to help her widowed father teach two sons of Sir Giles Weston and cheer his low spirits up But after they arrive strange things begin to happen and Emma starts thinking she may be in danger Someone sneaks in her room at night, steals her journal and leaves strange handprints on her mirror and wall The only member of the family she is happy to see again is Phillip, the second son of the baronet who attended her father Emma Smallwood s life suddenly changes when she decides to move to Cornwall to help her widowed father teach two sons of Sir Giles Weston and cheer his low spirits up But after they arrive strange things begin to happen and Emma starts thinking she may be in danger Someone sneaks in her room at night, steals her journal and leaves strange handprints on her mirror and wall The only member of the family she is happy to see again is Phillip, the second son of the baronet who attended her father s Academy years before as the elder s...

  7. says:

    Klassen s latest addition did not disappoint I loved the combination of romance, intrigue and mystery it was perfect.Just when I thought I knew what was coming, there would be a plot twist that totally took me by surprise Klassen definitely excels at giving the reader just what they need to know but not too much The supporting characters were delightfully complex and perplexing They are all hiding secrets, both malicious and benign, and figuring out who is hiding what kept me turning the pa Klassen s latest addition did no...

  8. says:

    I m so glad that the first book I read in 2013 was a Julie Klassen book Her books are always so well written with intriguing settings and characters reminiscent of the classic romances As was the case with her previous novels this starts out slowly but continually builds so much so that you can t put it down At first I was bit worried that this was going to be too much of a Jane Eyre copycat with a mysterious ghost at Weston manor causing all sorts of mischief but I was genuinely surprised I m so glad that the first book I read in 2013 was a Julie Klassen book Her books are always so well written with intriguing settings and characters reminiscent of the classic romances As was the case with her previous novels this starts out s...

  9. says:

    Out of all six of Julie Klassen s books, I ve read four, and by far, The Tutor s Daughter was for SURE my very favorite and the most clean of the ones I ve read I was very impressed with it and thoroughly enjoyed every page Some of Julie s other books were for older girls as they had some mature content that I really didn t care for, but this book pleasantly surprised me in the fact that it was very clean I especially appreciated how the romance level was very low, and how the author chose to Out of all six of Julie Klassen s books, I ve read four, and by far, The Tutor s Daughter was for SURE my very favorite and the most clean of the ones I ve read I was very impressed with it and thoroughly enjoyed every page Some of Julie s other books were for older girls as they had some mature content that I really didn t care for, but this book pleasantly surprised me in the fact that it was very clean I especially appreciated how the romance level was very low, and how the author chose to save the romance for the end, so that you can enjoy the story without it being overly romantic the whole time I ve recently come to have a great appreciation for books that have a balanced amount of romance, as so often this is the main focus of a book and kind of drowns out the actual story, not to mention put wrong thoughts in your mind from time to time, but this one had the perfect amount and was w...

  10. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this book I love it, but there are quite a few things that annoy me If I were in a bad mood, I might rate it three stars I m in a good mood today Haha What I liked 1 The time period JANE AUSTEN DUH.2 Christian Fiction books rarely have this mysterious feel to it, and this one had And, surprisingly, I really liked that It made me read on Although I still haven t figured out who wrote the Anonymous love letters They did tell me, but I must have over read i I have mixed feelings about this book I love it, but there are quite a few things that annoy me If I were in a bad mood, I might rate it three stars I m in a good mood today Haha What I liked 1 The time period JANE AUSTEN DUH.2 Christian Fiction books rarely have this mysterious feel to it, and this one had And, surprisingly, I really liked that It made me read on Altho...

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