The Wanderer (Shadows of Brierley #1)
J amie walked away . . . He wondered why he was even trying. He felt certain there was nothing he could ever say or do to compete with a man like Hugh Montgomery, and he was fooling himself to believe that he could ever truly be a contender for Gillian Brierley’s heart.
The year is 1862, and the setting is Salt Lake City. Gillian—Ian and Wren’s eldest daughter—has grown...more
Towers of Brierley was published in 2000. I've re-read it many times, that's how good Anita Stansfield's writing ...more
Dead honest here...I am a little tired of the rich man scenario. He is always there to help in every situation so his pregnant wi ...more
I haven't read Anita Stansfield in forever because after a while the writing style is so redundant it becomes annoying. However I felt I'd give it another try because she ...more
When Ian awakes from a drunken stupor in a deserted London alley, he is thankful to be alive. “Dear God,” he says aloud. “Help me.” Ian wanders near a crowd and hears words of hope that draw him forward. Ian lingers after the crowd disperses and talks with the preachers. “Might I purchase a copy of your book?” he enquires. His purchase is made quickly and Ian stuffs the book with his other few belongings. Filled with a longing to return home, to make right the wrongs of the past, h ...more
I loved how open and free of prejudice the main characters are during a time that status was everything!
Can't wait to get the next one and keep going!
Is it just me or does it seem like the characters in her books are always perfect with only one huge flaw?
"With sales approaching a half million, Anita Stansfield has clearly found a niche in this market," said Nicole Martin, Publicist for Covenant Communications. "Her popularity stems from her ability to empathize with and write about the issues ...more