A Girl To Love

bnThis was the first book that I had read from Betty Neels not knowing that I would love it so much. I have an old copy of this book and I have kept it along with my favourite ones to be read when I feel low.
It’s a story about Sadie, a plain village girl who was left orphaned at a young age and used to live with her grandmother in an old village.When her grandmother also dies, she has to sell her house to a rich playwright who is a widower and has two young girls.
She was lucky to be employed as a housekeeper in her own home by the new owner home and does all she can to make the kids happy.She is a good home-maker and a great cook,
Enters the evil Miss Murch and the odd effect she has on the kids specially when she is supposed to be their nanny.The kids aren’t their usual self around her sour personality.They are quiet and always scared about doing something wrong and upsetting her.
Sadie is great with the kids and brings them out of their shell by her gentle demeanour.
I loved the entire scene where Miss Murch was ordered to leave by her own evil virtues and the kids were allowed to be as kids should be.
Oliver, her boss admires her secretly.
They make plans to go back to London and Sadie finds herself falling for Oliver and aptly enough he has fallen for her too.
A very sweet romantic story.A must read for any romance-holic 😉

Categories: Book Review, Romance | Tags: , | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “A Girl To Love

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