Christmas Eve at Etford Park
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1849, England

Nearly a year since her father died during the London Cholera epidemic, Lily Bowden finds herself in a tiny village in Kent, trapped in a life of unpaid servitude. Along with her mother and younger sister, she relies upon the fragile goodwill of her minister uncle and his overbearing wife.

After suffering injuries during a battle in India, Gabriel Holsworthy r...more
Paperback, 292 pages
Published December 6th 2012 by Knox Robinson Publishing
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Sheila


A sweet historical romance set in England in the mid-1800s, Erin Grace’s Christmas at Etford Park follows the trials and tribulations of a family whose father died in the London cholera epidemic. With no social safety net, the mother relies on the rather dubious goodwill of a selfish aunt, and daughter Lily Bowden begins to wonder what the future holds—marriage to a pig-farmer perhaps, a life of service… certainly nothing to match the dreams she once held.

A chance meeting might change everything...more
The Pen & Muse
If you are looking for a sweet historical romance set in England in the mid-1800s, then look no further with Christmas Eve at Etford Park. With her father passed away, Lily isn't sure what he future holds. From the looks of it with her mother things are not looking up. A chance meeting with the son of a second lord and who knows what may happen next? I really enjoyed reading this as it's such a great book to read during the holidays. I really liked Lily's character and loved being sent back in t...more
Helen
I really enjoyed this story such great characters and a wonderful HEA loved it
Kathrine Leannan
This is a beautifully written book. From the outset I loved Lily and Gabriel. The hen is hilarious and the dreaded old aunt really adds to this story. Well done Erin Grace. Another triumph.
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