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Mass Market Paperback Louisa Elliott Book

ISBN: 0380709910

ISBN13: 9780380709915

Louisa Elliott

(Part of the Elliott Family Series)

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Louisa Elliot is one of three illegitimate daughters, living in York, trying to forget her past. She falls in love with a dazzling Anglo-Irish captain, who has a mad urge he cannot abandon. It is set... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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If you like British period fiction, you will love this book.

I have just finished reading Louisa Elliott and Mornings Gate for the second time (within a period of 3 years). Mornings Gate is the continuation of the story about the Elliott family, with the children growing up, maturing and going into war. Each time I did not want the story to end. I love the Elliott family and especially Liam. The love story of Liam and Georgina was beautiful, and Ms. Robert's description of the battlefields and fighting in "the war to end all wars," World War I, was so real, it could be happening now.These books were very powerful and real to me. I am filled with sadness that there is no more to tell about this family -- unless the modern-day romance of Zoe and Stephen and their search of their Elliott family roots could develop into another book!

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I read both Louisa Elliott and Mornings Gate, the sequal and just loved them both! The dual time line in Mornings Gate was done in such a way, that you just wanted to cry when the time line shifted. Then, you get so engrossed in the other time line, you have to cry again when that ends. I loved Liam, and almost burned our Thanksgiving turkey in the oven: I was too upset and involved in the story! Both are fantastic reads, and MUST reading!


This has got to be one of my favorite books of all time! A great deal is set in York, England (love that city!) and Ms. Roberts' excellent descriptions can make you see what it must have been like in the 19th century. Her characters come to life! By the time you've finished the book, you feel like you've made new friends!


Read this, and Morning's Gate as well. Ann Victoria Roberts is eloquent and descriptive, and these books are very real and revive very familiar emotions that were perhaps long forgotten...
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