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Days of Grace

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Olivia Heron's vagrant Parisian childhood ended on the day her brother died. Now, as heiress to Clarrow Fell, Olivia brings her delightful, frivolous mother and her sisters home to Yorkshire - and to a different world.

The elegant salons, the shabby lodgings, are replaced by the grim and alien grandeur of the moors and the mill towns. Olivia will inherit the land and the t
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476 pages
Published August 13th 1984 by Harper Collins Publishers
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Kate Quinn
May 06, 2009 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Another of Brenda Jagger's splendid novels about the life and times of the Victorian era. Olivia Heron is an opinionated survivor, the family life raft for her beautiful impractical mother, her two sisters, and her rebellious little brother. When Olivia unexpectedly inherits an English manor from relatives she never knew existed, she is determined to turn over a new leaf: make herself into the mistress of the manor with the dashing Robin at her side, marry her sisters to English gentlemen, and t ...more
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Aug 23, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
charming and well-done for what it is - a light work of period romantic fiction
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Brenda Jagger was born on 1936 in Yorkshire, England, UK, which was the setting for many of her books including her famous ‘Barforth’ family saga. The recurring central themes of her work are marriage, womanhood, class, identity, and money in the Victorian Era. Her work has been praised for its compelling plots and moving storylines as well as its exacting emotional descriptions. Her later novel A ...more
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