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Trudy Brasure

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Trudy Brasure is a hopeless romantic and a history enthusiast with a penchant for the Victorian Era.

The author began her own personal romance story with a whirlwind courtship. Her married life started in a picturesque colonial town on the coast of Massachusetts. She now resides in California, where she and her family endeavor to enjoy the beauty of nature whenever possible.



Average rating: 3.54 · 351 ratings · 78 reviews · 2 distinct works · Similar authors
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Oh yes, the conditioning is undeniable. Matthew Crawley is a do-good, duty-bound, mother’s best son. It’s ridiculous to try to make him wear the one-size-fits-all, bad-boy character outline. I don’t really understand. Is there only one type of sexy out there? Is there no variety allowed in what type of heroes might be attractive? This type of dumbing-down all romantic relationships to fit one s...

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A Heart for Milton by Trudy Brasure
"Heartwarming !

I enjoyed this book as much as I enjoyed the mini series and the book. If you fell I love with the characters, as I did, you will enjoy this continuation of the story. I always want to know what happens after the end of a story since..." Read more of this review »
A Heart for Milton by Trudy Brasure
"I was pleasantly surprised at this 'what if' continuation of the love story between Margaret Hale and John Thornton from the book North and South. I am usually quite wary of continuation stories because of the tendency to skew the integrity of the..." Read more of this review »
In Consequence by Trudy Brasure
"An amazing continuation of a great love story

A very gratifying and enjoyable book that continues one of the great love stories. This book holds your interest as it takes a very different premise from the original plot. It is interesting the way th..." Read more of this review »
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"I have been wanting to read Manda Scott's books for a while now and I have her Boudica series on my tbr list so it wasn't a difficult choice to want to read this. Joan of Arc is a woman that has always interested me although I don't know that much..." Read more of this review »
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" Sholto is the name of Edith's son in the mini-series. Gaskell uses Sholto as the name of both Edith's husband and their child. It may be an author err ...more "
" The romance, to me, elucidates and accentuates all that Gaskell is trying to say. Here are people from different spheres, getting to know each other a ...more "
What 19th Century Romance would you like the group to read and discuss for July 2015?

She voted for: Under the Greenwood Tree
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“She felt the burden of loneliness lift from her, unaware that she had long been wearing it's mantle.”
Trudy Brasure, A Heart for Milton: A Tale from North and South

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Elizabeth Gaskell: Would any reccomend a good continuation of North and South? 9 38 Jan 14, 2015 09:03PM  
“Margaret was not a ready lover, but where she loved she loved passionately, and with no small degree of jealousy.”
Elizabeth Gaskell, North and South

“He could not forget the touch of her arms around his neck, impatiently felt as it had been at the time; but now the recollection of her clinging defence of him, seemed to thrill him through and through,—to melt away every resolution, all power of self-control, as if it were wax before a fire.”
Elizabeth Gaskell, North and South

“My dear girl, you don't consent to an abduction! You consent to an elopement, and I knew you wouldn't do that.”
Georgette Heyer, Black Sheep

“Well, He had known what love was-a sharp pang, a fierce experience, in the midst of whose flames he was struggling! but, through that furnace he would fight his way out into the serenity of middle age,-all the richer and more human for having known this great passion.”
Elizabeth Gaskell, North and South

“Indeed! I am truly glad to hear it. I always always fond of Osborne; and, do you know, I never really took to Roger; I respected him and all that, of course. But to compare him with Mr. Henderson! Mr. Henderson is so handsome and well-bred, and gets all his gloves from Houbigant!”
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This is the online community for the K12 Parents' Book Club. Parents of students enrolled in schools or homeschooling their children using K12 are wel ...more
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