The Tutor’s Daughter by Julie Klassen

Oh, how I love Regency-set books! And Julie Klassen’s stories are some of the best. The Tutor’s Daughter is no exception. Set on the dangerous Cornwall coast, in a manor house high on the cliffs, the tutor and his daughter find themselves in a house filled with secrets and strange happenings.

This story is a lovely mix of Jane Austenish characters with that gothic feel of the Bronte sisters thrown in. I also felt a hint of two more modern movies, but don’t want to mention them for fear of spoiling some of the story twists! It was a book that I hated setting down for even a moment–and one that stirred a desire to place yet another part of England on my travel wish list. If you enjoy all things British and historical, I think you’ll find The Tutor’s Daughter as captivating of a read as I did!

The Tutor's Daughter

10 comments on “The Tutor’s Daughter by Julie Klassen

  1. This book sounds interesting! When I find time, I’ll try to read it. I have so many books I want to read, but I don’t have enough time. :'(

    • It’ sooo good! One of those I wanted to race to the end to see what happened but yet wanted to slow down so I didn’t have to reach the last page!

    • I know what you mean–but I always make room for Julie’s new books at the top of that mountain. They are that good. 🙂

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