A Girl Called Foote + Book Review +Giveaway

Hello Bookish Friends Everywhere,

Today I have a wonderful book, that I am excited to share with you.

Welcome to my stop on the Book Tour of, A Girl Called Foote.

by A.E Walnofer, which is being hosted by HFBT!

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A Girl Called Foote
by A.E. Walnofer

Publication Date: May 13, 2015
eBook & Paperback; 390 Pages

Genre: Historical Fiction

 

 

Young Jonathan Clyde causes mischief for everyone at Whitehall, the stately home of his privileged ancestors. As he matures, however, he comes to despise the vanity and conceit surrounding him.

Misfortune requires Lydia Smythe, an exceptionally clever farmer’s daughter, to seek employment at Whitehall. As a parlor maid, she feels stifled and harried by those over her. Still, she refuses to relinquish her independent mind and spirit.

From the moment Jonathan catches Lydia reading the books she is supposed to be dusting, he is intrigued by this unusual servant. Thus begins a clandestine relationship that is simultaneously amusing, confusing and enlightening. Just as it is evolving into something neither of them expected, an unforeseen truth comes to light, and the two wonder if their unconventional bond will be forever lost.

Set in England in the mid-eighteen hundreds, A Girl Called Foote is the coming-of-age story of two similarly impressive people leading very different lives.

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️41/2 stars

A GIRL CALLED FOOTE

BY A.E. WALNOFER

This book was received from the Author, and Publisher, in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own.

A charming coming of age historical fiction, that sure will delight readers everywhere. Set in England in the Victorian period of the mid-eighteen hundreds.

Jonathan Clyde, is a mischievous young boy, whose life changes after the death of his titled father, and oldest brother. Raised at his ancestral home of Whitehall,

Lydia Smythe, is a Bookish, confident young farmers daughter that take up employment as a parlor maid at Whitehall. Her disposition is unique and attracts the young Baron, Jonathan. The storyline unfolds and the two lives become more and more intertwined. As their relationship expands to an unconventional one, they are still aware the class difference that is ever present between them.

The rich everyday detailed life of 18th century England comes through the pages of this amusing and thought provoking book. A.E. WALNOFER, creates a engaging historical fiction, part coming of age story with compelling interesting characters, along with social and economic issues presented.

Seamless cohesive narration, makes for a stunning read. Wonderfully detailed atmospheric elements adds to the realistic historical time period.

This was a enjoyable non stop read for me fast read for me, I had a hard time putting down and completely devoured over a day.

I recommend this book to my family and friends and anyone who enjoys coming of age Victorian era dramas.

A.E. Walnofer spends weekdays mobilizing the soft tissue and synovial joints of patients, and weekends typing out stories that are incessantly brewing inside her head. There are lots of these tales and she hopes to share many more of them with you in the future.

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During the Blog Tour, we are giving away two eBooks of A Girl Called Foote! To enter, please use the Gleam form below.

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– Giveaway ends at 11:59 pm EST on May 8th. You must be 18 or older to enter.
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– The winner has 48 hours to claim prize or a new winner is chosen.

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