A Lady Of Quality
After their mother's death a youth desolate and strange indeed lay before them. A spinster who was a poor relation was the only person of respectable breeding who ever came near them. To save herself from genteel starvation, she had offered herself for the place of governess to them, though she was fitted for the position neither by education nor character.
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Review: A Lady Of Quality (A Lady of Quality #1)User Review - fearthainn - Goodreads
Terrible. None of the characters have any redeeming features, and the premise is if you're a good person it's totes okay if you murder someone! Just feed some orphans later, that totally makes up for it! Read full review
Review: A Lady Of Quality (A Lady of Quality #1)User Review - Lia Turnbull - Goodreads
To anyone considering reading this book I can say this: the main character is a dynamic character, which makes a great part of the book a bit frustrating, but there is a redemptive theme in the ending. Nevertheless, I'm afraid it is my least favorite of Francis Hogson Burnett's books. Read full review