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The Heart of Thornwell

Narrated by: Luone Ingram
Length: 11 hrs and 16 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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What should have been a grand adventure in Africa ends in heartbreak for Enid Hawthorne, following her husband’s untimely death. Bereft, the young widow bravely boards a ship for home with precious cargo - her unborn child. She hopes to find refuge in England in the only place she can - Thornewell Hall, the estate of her late husband’s family. But upon her arrival, she finds a bleak home in the depths of mourning. It is clear that hers is not the only tragedy, but Enid is unprepared for the hostility that meets her arrival.

Sebastian, Earl of Thornewell, is grief-stricken after the loss of his wife and child. The news that his brother is dead is simply more than he can take - and he knows who is to blame: his sister-in-law, Enid. So when she arrives on his doorstep, seeking asylum, he does his duty in allowing her to stay - and nothing more. Yet fate has other plans, and as they face joys and trials alongside each other, their broken hearts begin to heal. But there is a cloud over their future, for Enid harbors a secret that may drive them apart forever.

©2018 Covenant Communications, Inc. (P)2018 Anita Stansfield

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Will it EVER end?

This book was not for me. This book seemed to go ON and ON and ON with no end in sight! I wasn't a huge fan of the narration, but what made this book a one star, is the story itself. The author is extremely repetitive with everything that was said, which may have contributed to the enduring length of the book. DULL, FLAT, and TOO--- L O N G!!!